First adopters want the service in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento can reserve their spot on September 13 and be rewarded immensely.
It's a summer sale going on through July 17 Pacific Time and it involves smart speakers, over-the-top TV dongles and a whole lot more Google.
Google YouTube and Amazon original content were prime chips in this war between two giants in merchandise and online services.
Users of those devices were disappointed to see slow speeds and no one exactly knew why, but Google's put the spanner to the works.
Google complained that its products weren't being given any space on Amazon, but with these moves, could this bring YouTube back to Fire TV?
The discount is a nice clip off the usual $69 price tag and it joins a few all-around okay deals that the Google Store is hosting in the X-mas home stretch.
In the absence of Pixel 2 or 2 XL Black Friday deals, Google Store shoppers will have to make do with Google Home, Home Mini and Daydream View discounts.
If you already have a supported Android smartphone, you don't want to miss Verizon's amazing new Daydream View promotion.
From $69 to $59, it's yours to grab wherever it's available for a limited time while supplies last. Does this signal a new Chromecast on the way?
Pair any Chromecast buy with a Google Home and you'll get $15 off. Furthermore, you can get an extra $10 off the bill with a Chromecast Ultra purchase.
Over 125 titles are now available to stream in UHD on the Google Play Movies store. Many movies have an option to buy or rent, but few offer both.
Not only are the Google Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra streaming dongles super-affordable right now, but they even come with free HBO Now service.
To go with your 4K-streaming Chromecast Ultra, why not grab some 4K flics from Google Play Movies? "Zoolander" and "The Fifth Element" are available.
The Chromecast Ultra is $69 and can stream 4K content from the internets to your TV. The $79 Daydream View VR is also on the Google Store.
Along with the old flagship smartphones, the NVIDIA Shield, two Cardboard VR headsets and a Dell Chromebook have also flown the coop.
Learn more about the new Chromecast Ultra, which has now grown up to provide support for newer technologies like 4K video, HDR, etc.
From the Pixel phones to the Andromeda products to all things smartening up the Internet of Things and your Wi-Fi network, Google is getting on steroids.
There isn't much to look at if you've looked at previous Chromecasts. But there's a different logo on the device and in the software than before.
There's both good and bad news to report on the Google gadget pricing front, with the Google Home sounding affordable, but the Chromecast Ultra not so much.