Apple last week discontinued the original HomePod, marking just over three years on the market for the full-size smart speaker. If you're looking to purchase the larger HomePod before it's completely gone, there are still some options online today.

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The biggest retailer with remaining stock on the ‌HomePod‌ is Apple itself, which has the White ‌HomePod‌ for $299.00 on its website. Space Gray is no longer available.

At Best Buy you can order the White HomePod for $299.99 with both pickup and delivery options. Space Gray is also available at $299.99, although it appears limited to local pickup.

Next, TigerDirect has stock on both original ‌HomePod‌ options, with same-day shipping available as well. TigerDirect is selling the ‌HomePod‌ at $299.00.

Another third-party retailer with ‌HomePod‌ stock is Expercom, which has both the White and Space Gray options at $299.00 available to ship today.

Lastly, DataVision has the White ‌HomePod‌ in stock, but it's selling the speaker at a high price of $314.00, so it'll be best to shop at some of the other retailers first.

The ‌HomePod‌ debuted at a price of $350, but eventually Apple permanently marked the price down to $299. Over the past few years, we did see the ‌HomePod‌ drop down to between $150 and $200 during holiday sales, with $199 being one of the most popular discount prices since 2018.

Of course, now that it's discontinued, we'll never see these sale prices again and you'll have to pay full price (or more) if you really want to purchase the original ‌HomePod‌ in 2021.

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Top Rated Comments

sflagel Avatar
42 months ago
Such a shame. I don't know of any product that has a better sound at this price. The fact that it also seamlessly integrates with the Airplay 2 network and Siri so that you can truly control the music in any room in our house, from any room in your house, with your voice or the Home App, is icing on the cake.
$ 300 for this speaker is nothing, this company sells little earsticks for $ 200 and headphones for $ 550.
What speaker for $ 300 sounds better?
All it needed was Bluetooth.
Score: 27 Votes (Like | Disagree)
otternonsense Avatar
42 months ago
Why still spend $300 on a 3 year old product that's been killed off and was never too great to begin with tho.
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Return Zero Avatar
42 months ago
It was great at the $199 mark... Not sure it was ever worth $299 especially if considering a pair.
Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CJ Dorschel Avatar
42 months ago
This is the biggest disappointment. I truly hope Apple reverses course or develops an updated HomePod with BT, thread, etc and lowers the price. Big mistake. I love my HomePods.

Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ted13 Avatar
42 months ago

Why still spend $300 on a 3 year old product that's been killed off and was never too great to begin with tho.
A pair of HomePods in stereo mode sound as good or better than many amps/receivers and wired speakers that cost thousands of dollars. Add to that AirPlay 2 and Dolby Atmos via AppleTV and they are priceless.

If you don’t care about sound quality or can’t tell the difference — by all means, go for the cheapest Alexa POS you can find. Otherwise grab HomePods before they vanish...
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
yaxomoxay Avatar
42 months ago
Wow, I completely missed the news that the HP has been discontinued. I don't think that $300+ for that device is worth it.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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