Tile’s Bluetooth trackers let you keep tabs on the items you’re most afraid to lose and in Best Buy’s Black Friday sale, you can even score a complimentary Google Nest Mini with them. — which normally sells for $50 and is currently retailing for $19 — for free on a handful of combo packs of Tile’s latest trackers.
The deal is available on the 4-packs ofand . It also applies to the . There’s another Unfortunately, no price discounts on the latest 2020 Tile trackers.
For the uninitiated, the Tile Sticker is the company’s base model. You can stick it onto just about anything such as remotes and track the item from a maximum distance of 150 feet. It’s also waterproof and can last three years on a single charge. The Tile Mate is meant for adding to keychains, and features an improved range of 200 feet.
Moreover, the Tile Slim is a credit-card-shaped device that you can slip into your wallet. Lastly, there’s the Tile Pro, which has double the range (400 feet) of the rest of the Tile products and the loudest alert ring tone.
If you’re not interested in the Google Nest Mini, you can consider purchasing the previous-gen Tile models as Best Buy is running price cuts on a bunch of them. The, for instance, is down by $15 and the is available for $20 less.
Alternatively, you can order directly from Tile. The company has a site-wide Black Friday sale (that’s still ongoing) and price discounts on the majority of combo packs.
While Black Friday is over, its deals and sales are still alive and kicking. You’ll find a host of discounts on products such as laptops, headphones, phones on nearly every retailer. With Cyber Monday just around the corner, a ton of more deals are expected to go live and we’ll be actively sifting through them for you in our deals section.
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