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Select Home Depot Stores/B&M [Store Locator] have Google Nest Hello Doorbell w/ Google Nest Hub (link is just for reference) on sale for $149 valid for In-Store Purchase only (Limited Availability). Thanks scout101

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Be kind, first real SD thread. Nest Hello Doorbell is on Black Friday sale for most everywhere for $149. But like most everywhere, they've marked prices down early. There's a promo for a free Nest Hub with purchase of Nest Hello at Home Depot, good through Wednesday 11/27.

I was just able to get the doorbell and hub, paid the $149 BF price. Not a combo kit, but separate units. So either a Slick Deal for the combo (usually $229 on sale) or a super deal on the doorbell, beating the BF price by $50 if you keep the doorbell for $97.37 per my receipt and return the hub for $51.63 (or just sell it).

I've had the doorbell for a while and enjoy it, was picking this one up as a gift. Enjoy!

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../302997805
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Shop the best Nest Black Friday deals 2019 on Slickdeals.

Save another $10 in-store using the "Text to Me" item location coupon from Home Depot's website. See post #279 with steps and screen captures.

HEY ALL! If you haven't figured it out yet you won't replicate this deal tomorrow (online or BF).
The BF add specifically states that this doorbell will be $149.99 with no free hub attached to it. HD prematurely adjusted prices early and didn't take into account the free hub. So if you don't buy today you're SOL. Here's the BF ad straight from HD's site as well as the tear off flyer in store.

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You should be able to. I think the new plans won't start until 2020, just not sure exactly when, their website states 'early 2020'.


The new plans will also include:
- Sound detection (Nest speakers and Nest Hub(US only))
- Emergency calling (US only)

Might not be a big deal but just pointing it out.

I think they're doing this to encourage people to just get their cameras/doorbells instead of getting other brands for different parts of the house. People will probably say "well, since I'm paying $12/month I might as well get as many cameras as I can from them since it's all included".

The new plans are bad for people with just one or 2 cameras, if you have 3 or more cameras then this is a better deal so some people welcome the new plans (plus you get 10 days of recordings instead of 5 days). I was in the one camera crew and was planning on keeping my old plan but I recently purchased some Nest Outdoor cams and will probably put up some indoor cams too (got tired of my Arlo Pros not doing a bang up job on motion recording in a specific section of my house) so I'll happily be switching to the new plan. I'm still keeping some Arlo Pros where wireless is needed because of location though.

Hopefully they offer a small discount for paying a full year at a time like they do now.
The smoke detector listening is awesome in my opinion.
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Agreed. If you want the have the old plan and keep it I would suggest signing up for it now before the new year starts since nobody knows yet what the exact date is for 'early 2020'.

Here are a bunch of FAQs about the new plan and some info in regards to the old vs. new, etc... https://support.google.com/google...6397?hl=en
Thank you! Do you know how we create a nest account? Dumb, lazy question since the extent of my research was going to the nest website to try and the only option I saw was "create a google account". I haven't received the doorbell yet but wanted to nip it in the bud since it is a gift.
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I wouldn't mind getting additional cameras for outside, but nest/google really needs to refresh their lineup and offer more competitive products.

$12 a month is too much for one camera, I am sure we can all agree there. And really, if you don't get the $12 plan, there isn't much of an advantage to chose this product over other brands. The 24/7 recording was the feature that gave the Hello an advantage.
Completely agree. I chose the Nest Hello over the Ring Doorbell because of the 24/7 recording, and a bit because of the look. And yes, $12 is way too much for just one camera.

I still say the reason for this is to try and get people to buy more of their cameras. It's working for me since I've just purchased some Outdoor Cams and one Indoor Cam. I had an indoor Dropcam from way back that I still use but I never paid for Nest Aware on that cam (will include it now if I switch to the new plan).

I'm also contemplating on using the Nest Secure system and ditch Xfinity home, still researching that. I don't think the nest Aware plan has anything to do with the Nest Secure system but I grabbed the deal from HD that included an Indoor Cam.
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Thank you! Do you know how we create a nest account? Dumb, lazy question since the extent of my research was going to the nest website to try and the only option I saw was "create a google account". I haven't received the doorbell yet but wanted to nip it in the bud since it is a gift.
You can no longer create a nest account if you didn't have one already. Google removed that. Now you use your google account.
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You can no longer create a nest account if you didn't have one already. Google removed that. Now you use your google account.
Darn it! Anyone want to get rid of their nest account Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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*Yes, but those new features do not work for the Nest Hello.

There are a lot of people who only use doorbell cameras. Probably an extremely high percentage.
This is true, but a lot of people got FREE or very cheap Nest Mini speakers so you can use sound detection with those. But yes, some people might only have the Nest Hello doorbell.

Also, if you're goingt o have the Nest Hello doorbell I highly suggest either their Nest Hub or one of the Lenovo Smart Displays. They integrate flawlessly with the Nest Hello even if you don't use them for anything else (although they make a great digital photo frame too, but you need a Google Photo account). You have the option to set it up where it will automatically pop up the video from the doorbell as soon as someone rings the doorbell and you can use the screen to talk back to the person at the door. This is a bit quicker than grabbing your phone to view/talk through there, but you do need to have the Nest Hub in a location where you'll see it quickly while you're home. If you only need to see who's at the door while you're not home then there's no need for the Nest Hub.


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The smoke detector listening is awesome in my opinion.
I personally love it. I was a bot jealous that Ring security had that feature with Alexa so glad to see Google has it now.

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Thank you! Do you know how we create a nest account? Dumb, lazy question since the extent of my research was going to the nest website to try and the only option I saw was "create a google account". I haven't received the doorbell yet but wanted to nip it in the bud since it is a gift.
Not sure. I know they've been trying to get people to migrate to a Google Account from their old Nest Accounts, but I think that's voluntary so not really forcing you to and should still be able to create a Nest account.

I've read posts where people don't want to switch to a Google account and just keep their Nest account but not sure exactly why.
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This is true, but a lot of people got FREE or very cheap Nest Mini speakers so you can use sound detection with those. But yes, some people might only have the Nest Hello doorbell.

Also, if you're goingt o have the Nest Hello doorbell I highly suggest either their Nest Hub or one of the Lenovo Smart Displays. They integrate flawlessly with the Nest Hello even if you don't use them for anything else (although they make a great digital photo frame too, but you need a Google Photo account). You have the option to set it up where it will automatically pop up the video from the doorbell as soon as someone rings the doorbell and you can use the screen to talk back to the person at the door. This is a bit quicker than grabbing your phone to view/talk through there, but you do need to have the Nest Hub in a location where you'll see it quickly while you're home. If you only need to see who's at the door while you're not home then there's no need for the Nest Hub.



I personally love it. I was a bot jealous that Ring security had that feature with Alexa so glad to see Google has it now.


Not sure. I know they've been trying to get people to migrate to a Google Account from their old Nest Accounts, but I think that's voluntary so not really forcing you to and should still be able to create a Nest account.

I've read posts where people don't want to switch to a Google account and just keep their Nest account but not sure exactly why.
Full disclosure here... I have a Nest Hello, Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max (yes this can have nest aware, no night vision on the camera though), and a Google Home device in each room. I also have an Alexa Show in each room. I have a Wyze camera because it was cheap to check and make sure my Chamberlain Smart garage door closed. I also have nest protects throughout.

For me, increasing their plan costs makes me want to go the other way. I don't want to add more cameras from their limited lineup, but Google can easily push me towards the competition.

I have been considering adding outdoor cameras, and like the idea of a floodlight camera (I have 3 standard floodlights) but I would have to go with Ring on that. As I mentioned, Google really needs to refresh their product line.

We purchased the Nest Hello for both sets of my grandparents for Christmas. They will not be adding additional cameras, but wanted a doorbell camera. We chose Nest over Ring for them because of the 24/7. We just have to decide to either return these and get the Ring or hope we can lock in the $50 a year price.

Thankfully we don't have a bandwidth cap currently but those who do would need to be careful on how many Nest cameras they connect.

I believe once you migrate from a Nest account to a Google account you lose the "works with Nest" ability. Unfortunately, if you don't migrate you can't add any new cameras to your account. So if you wanted to add a camera, even the one on the Nest Hub Max, you have to migrate from Nest to Google.
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Thankfully we don't have a bandwidth cap currently but those who do would need to be careful on how many Nest cameras they connect.
This is true, might be an issue for most. I have a cap, I guess I'll see how extra cameras affect my account.

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I believe once you migrate from a Nest account to a Google account you lose the "works with Nest" ability. Unfortunately, if you don't migrate you can't add any new cameras to your account. So if you wanted to add a camera, even the one on the Nest Hub Max, you have to migrate from Nest to Google.
This is not good then. I'm not sure if the works with Nest is important to me though, not sure I have things 'working' with my Nest products. I'll have to look this up.
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This is true, might be an issue for most. I have a cap, I guess I'll see how extra cameras affect my account.


This is not good then. I'm not sure if the works with Nest is important to me though, not sure I have things 'working' with my Nest products. I'll have to look this up.
In the Nest app, choosing High Quality recording states "Your camera will do its best to only use 300gb a month." That is per camera.

I wasn't using that feature, so I was okay. I use SmartThings. When I added the Nest Hub Max to my account, if I wanted to use the Nest camera on it, I had to migrate. Regardless, adding any new Nest camera forces migration. I am not sure what other features would be lost by doing this. I did it, and all is okay. Lol.
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Same (12/31/2020 as the expiration) for me, I installed today
Were you able to confirm the actual expiry date of the trial?
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I was reading through the FAQ regarding the new Nest Aware subscription plan on their website and found some interesting information that might help some folks out...

How do I upgrade from 1st gen Nest Aware to the new Nest Aware?
If you have an existing 1st gen Nest Aware subscription, you can migrate to the new Nest Aware. Depending on your phone, tablet or computer, you can use the Nest app, the Google Home app, or go to the Google Store.

- When you purchase a new Nest Aware subscription, you will receive a prorated refund for the remaining time on your 1st gen Nest Aware subscription.
- If you purchased a camera bundle that came with a prepaid 1st gen Nest Aware subscription, we will not offer a prorated refund.
- If you purchased your current Nest Aware subscription from one of our partners, contact
them to cancel your subscription. For more information, go to our Nest Aware partner FAQ.

Once you have upgraded to a new Nest Aware subscription, you will not be able to revert to 1st gen Nest Aware.

Can I keep my current 1st gen Nest Aware subscription?

Yes! You can continue to use and renew your 1st gen Nest Aware subscriptions.

But you can't add any new 1st gen Nest Aware subscriptions if you've migrated to a Google Account.

What are the requirements for the new Nest Aware?

The new Nest Aware requires you to migrate your Nest Account to a Google Account.
Your home needs to be in a country that supports Nest Aware.
The new Nest Aware requires a working cellular or internet connection.
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Just got a email from Costco notifying of shipment delay, now scheduled to be shipped between 12/4 and 12/8.

I ordered 11/30 around 8am
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Product page says the $150 price ends tomorrow 12/4. Looks like the price will be higher come 12/5 when the free hub is back in play.
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I was so bummed that I missed this deal but I took the chance and went to HD today 12/2 and showed them the ad. The store manager price matched it, no question. They did it as a price match instead of the bundle deal, so when I went and returned the hub with the receipt, it rang up to $0.01 worth. So I returned it with no receipt and got store credit of $79! I then used the credit to buy Christmas lights as I was shopping for some anyway. So my out the door for this deal was $70! 😱😱
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Got an extra one. If anyone in nj is interested, pm me. Thx
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