Deals: OWC Discounts HomePod to $189.88 ($110 Off)

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MacSales is discounting Apple's HomePod to $189.88, down from the retail price of $299.00. This is for a brand-new HomePod (White), but there are caveats to the sale: the HomePod will come in "Bulk (Non-Retail) Packaging," which essentially means you won't be getting Apple's typical HomePod box, but instead a plain, nondescript box.

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MacSales includes a 1 Year OWC-fulfilled limited warranty with the HomePod, so you won't receive a warranty directly from Apple. That being said, MacSales is a trusted Apple reseller with a solid reputation so those who missed out on the holiday HomePod deals should visit OWC's website before the offer expires.

Once it's been added to your cart, you'll see the OWC instant rebate of $30 appear on the HomePod at the checkout screen. The Space Gray version is available for $194.88 as well.

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8 months ago
These put out great sound, and I would buy one *if* it only had a line in port to attach to the TV, turntable preamp, etc.
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8 months ago
Love both of mine. What’s holding me back from buying two more? The fact that each HomePod is considered two unique devices on my Apple Music account. I’m maxed out on devices already. There is no reason multiple HomePods tied to the same WiFi network cannot be seen as one device. Until then... I’ll wait.
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8 months ago
I’ll start buying when they hit $99
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8 months ago
Why don't "We" ever have these discounts in Europe....?
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8 months ago
Homepod - $189.88
AirPod Pros - $249
Well that just makes me uncomfortable...
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8 months ago


So what you are saying is you won’t be buying one??

Neither will I.
If these had a line in and bluetooth I’d would have long ago bought a couple of them or more.
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