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(EXPIRED) Target Sells HomePod at $250 This Week

This week, as part of their weekly ad, Target is selling the HomePod for $250. The price for the HomePod has not been that low since Best Buy sold it at the same price on Black Friday this year. 

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The HomePod is Apple’s portable speaker and is their answer to devices like Amazon’s Alexa speakers and Sonos speakers. Although the HomePod has not been the massive success that Apple originally wanted it to be, perhaps this may be the season of the year where people find out about HomePod and see whether or not it is for them?

Still, the HomePod is being sold at Target this week, both in their stores and online, at $250 per speaker. Both the black and white colors are available for this device. 

For those looking to pay with Apple Pay, you will not be able to do it in their stores, but you will be able to buy it with Apple Pay in Target’s app for either having it shipped to your home or being able to buy it from your iPhone or iPad, and then pick it up at the store of your choice.

Target is currently working on bringing Apple Pay to their stores soon and we predict that they will do that sometime in early-2019. 

As for the HomePod sale, since it is part of Target’s weekly ad, this deal should be going until Sunday next week, so get it while you can for those interested!

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