This easy Black Friday trick will get you a Google Nest Mini speaker for £3.

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With this simple Black Friday trick, you can get a Google Nest Mini speaker for just £3.

The Google Nest Mini has been reduced to a Black Friday bargain price of £3.

Here’s how to use this little-known trick to get the handy gadget you want with the change you have left in your pocket.

One of the most cost-effective ways to get into the smart home scene is with this device.

The veteran Google Assistant-powered device, which was first released in 2019, is usually available for £49.

Plus, if you go to the money-saving website, you can save an additional £15 on the Nest Mini, bringing the price down to just £3.

This Black Friday, you can get a Google Nest Mini for just £3.

Normally £49, the venerable smart speaker is now only £18 at Currys.

Plus, if you go to the money-saving website TopCashback, you can save an additional £15 on your purchase.

This means you can get the Nest Mini for less than the price of a pint of beer or a sandwich – a fantastic deal.

If you enjoy a good bargain, you should add TopCashback to your list of must-visit websites.

TopCashback earns commission by directing users to the websites of thousands of retailers, which it then “100%” passes on to its users.

Right now, new members can get a £15 voucher to use on eligible purchases over £15 at a variety of retailers, including Currys, Amazon, and GAME.

To get this voucher, go to the TopCashback website and look for the section you need to go to.

After you’ve signed up, go to and click on one of the links to be taken to the Currys website.

The Google Nest Mini is available in black, pink, or silvergrey color schemes, according to the Currys website.

The £15 TopCashback new member bonus can also be used on a variety of other Currys devices, such as the third generation, bringing the price down to under £3.

It can also be used to save money on the second-generation, bringing the price down to under £100 for these stylish wireless earphones.

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