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Google takes up to $75 off the Pixel 2, $100 off the Pixelbook

by Justin Herrick | December 18, 2017December 18, 2017 8:00 am PST

Finally there’s a discount available for anyone buying the Pixel 2 from the Google Store. Usually it’s Verizon and other retailers slashing the price of the phone down through lower monthly payments, but Google’s flagship duo is discounted by up to $75 for a limited time. It’s a deal only available directly through the company’s online store.

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL normally start at $649 and $749, respectively. As holiday shopping nears its end for 2017, the Google Store is selling both for a bit less to attract last-minute purchases. The smaller model is seeing its price cut down to $599, and the larger model currently sells for $774. If you need more than 64GB of internal storage, just add $100 to the price to know what the 128GB models cost.

Google didn’t stop at discounts. Every Pixel 2 is also shipping with a free Google Home Mini.

It’s similar to the promotion that launched shortly after Black Friday, but now the Google Store is taking money off the phone’s price rather than including a $100 credit for future use. The Google Store encourages you to trade-in your old phone as well. Along with the discount, that means you could get up to $500 back for upgrading to a Pixel 2.

Shopping for a new laptop? Maybe the Pixelbook is worth your consideration. It’s one of the best Chromebooks you can buy today, and the Google Store just took $100 off its price. A free Google Home, which costs $129, is included at no extra cost with every order. So you’re getting a Pixelbook and a Google Home together for $899. The same deal can be found at Best Buy. Meanwhile, Amazon is taking $100 off but not bundling the smart speaker.

We should remind you that not every retailer is guaranteeing deliveries before Christmas next week, so check to see what their estimate is and think about paying for express shipping.

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Justin Herrick

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