You can snag a pair of Bose SoundSport headphones for $50 off, which is already a bomb deal on its own. But, if you use code PFREEMINI on any order over $150 on ebay, they’ll also throw in a free Google Home Mini as well.
If you’re not familiar with one or both of these items yet, we’ll clue you in as to why they’re worth your buck (and why this deal is oh-so-good):
Yes, we know that you probably already have a pair of headphones. But they probably suck, and you’ll probably have to get a new pair next month when those die. Bose is the real deal.
If you want to experience what it’s like to have a workout or go on a run without worrying about headphones falling out, the Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Sport Headphones are here to say you no longer have to choose between sound and fit. Bose creators focused on even the tiniest technical aspect, from circuits for improved sound to antenna position for maximum Bluetooth signal. Even in a crowded gym (or on a plane with screaming children), all you’ll hear is your music: Volume-optimized EQ make music three-dimensional and balanced at any volume.
Bose claims that these are sweat and weather resistant, and they come with three different pairs of StayHear+ Sport tips for extra comfort and security. If you lose them, you can find them in a second with the “Find My Buds” feature on the Bose Connect app.
Regularly $249 on Amazon or Bose’s website, save $50 by getting them on ebay for $199 here.
Echo Dot is to Echo as Google Home Mini is to Google Home. This little guy is shaped like a pebble and a perfect, inconspicuous way get the power of Google Assistant.
The Mini is ideal for rooms in the house where big sound isn’t necessary (like the bedroom or laundry room) but where you still want to be able to ask questions and control devices. Like the Google Home, the multi-colored dots on the top will light up and spin when it hears “OK Google.” Ask Google for the weather, make a hands-free call, ask a question, order from Applebee’s, and control smart devices like lights, thermostats, or a smart TV.
Plus, as of March, the Google devices can also connect to any external Bluetooth speaker, making the Mini’s tiny speaker way less of a drawback.
Oh yeah, Google Home devices just got another a major upgrade at the beginning of May: They’re now compatible with over 5,000 smart devices, which is a massive increase from 1,500, where they started in January 2018.
Regularly $49.99 at Walmart or Best Buy, you can get a Google Home Mini for free with your ebay order — just spend over $150 and use code PFREEMINI.