How To Use Google's New Shopping Tool For Deal Price Cut Alerts: Bose, Sony, Powerbeats Live Now
The Google Shopping service is easy to use. To start shopping, search Google for whatever you want to purchase. When the search results come up, choose the Shopping tab, and then tap the item you want to buy. On that page, there is a toggle that will track the price of the item. With that box ticked, Google will notify you when the price drops.
The new Shopping home page allows users to buy online, at a nearby store, and from retailers on Google. When users see the Google shopping cart icon on the new Google Shopping page, that means the product can be purchased directly on Google. Google promises a smooth checkout and returns if something goes wrong. Google has also vowed to invest in clean energy to offset 100% of the carbon emissions created from the shipping of your order.
To celebrate the launch of the revamped service October 4th through October 9th, Google is offering some deals that are hard to beat with discounts on the merchandise and then another 20% off at checkout if you use the code SHOPNEW19. The discount is good for up to another $20 off, but isn't valid for past Google Express shoppers.
There are some great deals in audio with Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, on-ear Sports Whiteless noise-canceling headphones for $349.99, a 12% discount off the usual $399.99 price. New shoppers can get the extra 20% off that.
Buyers can also get a 10% discount on the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless In-Ear Earphones with Mic with a charging case for $232.99.
The final big deal in audio gear is the Sony WH-1000XM3 on-ear wireless noise-canceling earphones. The headphones are on sale for $269.99, a discount of 22% off the regular $349.99 price (as seen below).