Best Black Friday HomePod deals 2021

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Apple's HomePod mini is a fantastic speaker for literally anywhere in your house, be it the kitchen, office, living room, or bedroom. One of the best things about the HomePod mini is its fantastic starter price, which makes it much more affordable than the old HomePod, and makes it a lot more feasible to buy up multiple devices to take advantage of features like Intercom and HomeKit control using Siri. Black Friday is great time to get your hands on one. Discounts are slim because the HomePod mini is relatively new and already quite cheap to begin with, but Black Friday deals now available could score you as much as $10. There are also some great bundles to be found.

With the holiday shopping season fast approaching, now is a great time to get your first HomePod mini or two to fill your home with sound in every room. Here are the best Black Friday HomePod deals that you can find now, and be sure to check out our guide to the best Apple Black Friday deals for even more savings!

Black Friday HomePod deals

B&H is a front runner for deals this year, offering $5 off the entire HomePod range including the three new colors. Other options include bundles from Best Buy that pair the mini speaker with smart lights or even Apple's AirPods.


HomePod mini - Space Grey | £20 off

This is the best price we've ever seen on a UK HomePod mini listing, and it must end on Tuesday.


HomePod mini | $10 off

The best direct discount yet on Apple's HomePod mini sees 10% taken off at Staples. The deal applies to the white and space gray models there.


HomePod mini | $5 off at B&H

Apple's HomePod mini is only a year old, and its new colors have been on shelves less than a month, making this saving across the entire range a nice little discount.


HomePod mini | Stunning Nanoleaf bundle at Best Buy

Not only does this deal include a HomePod mini with six months of free Apple Music, but it also comes with not one but two Nanoleaf Essentials Smart LED Lightstrips. You'll get a 1M and a 2M strip, both offering white and colored lights. These lights usually retail at $75 for the pair but come with this bundle for less than $50.


HomePod mini | $40 Nanoleaf smart bulb 3-pack

These Nanoleaf essentials A19 smart LED bulbs come in a three-pack, usually for $50. However, if you pick up a HomePod mini at Best Buy you can get them for just $40. The lights work with HomeKit, so the HomePod mini is the perfect hub to control them with, making this bundle a perfect smart home starter kit.


HomePod mini | Just add AirPods (2nd generation)

If smart lights aren't your thing, solve audio for at home and on the go by picking up this Best Buy HomePod mini and AirPods bundle. This will score you the 2nd generation AirPods (without wireless charging) for just $219, a saving of $40.


HomePod mini | AirPods with wireless charging

Very similar to the previous deal, this will net you a HomePod mini with Apple's AirPods featuring a wireless charging case for just $249.98, a saving of $50 when bought together.


HomePod mini | Free Apple Music

If you don't want to add any other products or indeed costs, you can just buy a HomePod mini at the regular price of $99, with Best Buy throwing in six months of free Apple Music. Even better, the deal comes in all five colors!

Where to find the best Black Friday HomePod deals

Amazon surprisingly doesn't sell the HomePod mini currently, so if you're looking for a good deal, you'll want to try some other retailers like the ones listed below.

When do the Black Friday HomePod deals start?

The HomePod mini — especially the new colored ones — are relatively new, so finding deals on them may be a little tricky; however, we expect some retailers to start offering deals leading up to Black Friday and more retailers to follow suit on November 26 itself.

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Stephen Warwick
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Stephen Warwick has written about Apple for five years at iMore and previously elsewhere. He covers all of iMore's latest breaking news regarding all of Apple's products and services, both hardware and software. Stephen has interviewed industry experts in a range of fields including finance, litigation, security, and more. He also specializes in curating and reviewing audio hardware and has experience beyond journalism in sound engineering, production, and design.

Before becoming a writer Stephen studied Ancient History at University and also worked at Apple for more than two years. Stephen is also a host on the iMore show, a weekly podcast recorded live that discusses the latest in breaking Apple news, as well as featuring fun trivia about all things Apple. Follow him on Twitter @stephenwarwick9