Google’s new Chromecast HD is already down to $20

It’s $10 off its retail price

Google announced Chromecast with Google TV (HD) at the end of September. At $30, the streaming stick makes the right set of compromises to achieve a lower price. But if it’s still beyond your budget or you think the price is higher, Google is addressing that complaint…at least temporarily. The big G has discounted the Chromecast 1080p by $10 just a week after its official launch, lowering the price of one of the best streaming devices to just $20.


The Chromecast HD is a no-brainer at its low price, especially if you have an old TV in your house. It offers the same features as its 4K sibling, including a robust TV interface and a voice remote with dedicated buttons for YouTube and Netflix. You miss Dolby Vision support, but the dongle will probably be used with older TVs, so that shouldn’t matter much. However, there is HDR10 and HDR10+ compatibility. The dongle supports AV1 hardware decoding, which provides significant bandwidth savings when streaming videos.

Buy Chromecast with Google TV (HD) for $20 ($10 off)

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If you have a 4K TV, you can currently grab the Chromecast with Google TV (4K) for a $10 discount as well. The 4K stick sells for $50, but Google Store has marked it down from $10 to $40. That’s the same price the big G discounted the Streaming Stick at on Black Friday 2021.

In addition to the $10 off, you get 3 months of the HBO Max ad-free plan as part of your purchase. That’s an additional $45 savings if you’re not already an HBO Max subscriber.

Buy Chromecast with Google TV (4K) for $40 ($10 off)

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Deals aren’t likely to last long, so if you’re considering a Chromecast, be it the HD or 4K version, now’s the time to get it.