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.
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.
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.
Two sites are doing bundle deals for both Google Wifi and Google Home, but one is just taking a chunk outta that mesh network enabler.
Priced at £129 a pop, the previously US-only Google Home smart speaker and Google Wifi router are officially launching on British shores next week.
While I'm excited about Google WiFi and will probably deploy it at my home, there's a lot of unnecessary overlap, and a lot lost potential Google could leverage using products that are already in people's homes.
According to Google engineer and USB-C geek Benson Leung, you can charge your Pixel C with the same adapter these new router modules run off of.
Along with the old flagship smartphones, the NVIDIA Shield, two Cardboard VR headsets and a Dell Chromebook have also flown the coop.
Google WiFi has been introduced as a Wi-Fi network modules that can act under the same network umbrella. It's smart Wi-Fi, too.