If you haven’t ordered the Google Pixel or Pixel XL yet, and wish to, or you’re just looking for the best Android experience this holiday season, there cannot be a better time than now, at least this year. Verizon has an amazing deal available for a new Google Pixel or Pixel XL which deals with the only negative aspect people are acknowledging about the Pixels, the price.
Both handsets will be offered on those days for just $240 with 32GB of storage and $360 for the 128GB variant. It’s a bit of a tricky one, but should you opt for either storage amount on a device payment plan, you’ll technically only pay $10 or $15 per month, respectively.
What’s the catch?
You’ll still need to purchase the device for the starting price of $650 — the discount will be applied to your account in bill credits over the course of 24 months. Sure it binds you for two years but considering the current pricing of the Pixel starting at $649.99 and Pixel XL at $769.99 for the 32GB versions, that’s a screaming deal you aren’t likely to beat anywhere else. The deal will be available online as well, which is even more surprising.
The original prices for the 128GB versions of the Pixel and Pixel XL are $749.99 and $869.99 respectively. If the Pixels in particular aren’t your sort of thing, Verizon is offering $200 off any phone $400 or more for those who move to Verizon and add a line, or $100 off any phone $400 or more for those upgrading. This deal runs from November 24-27.
While it is still a pretty big discount, it doesn’t even comes close to the deals for the Google Pixel. You can buy the Pixel right here.
If you want to get your shopping done before the Thanksgiving weekend starts, Verizon has something for you too. If you buy a Pixel, Pixel XL, Moto Z Droid, Moto Z Force Droid, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge or LG V20, you can get another for 50 percent off. This deal ends at midnight on November 23.
What do you think about the Pixel deals? Do you mind being locked down to the carrier for 2 years? It’s also worth noting that Verizon Pixel devices also have locked bootloaders. So it’s not all sweet a deal.