The oily stock Android with 3-year upgrade guarantees, free media backup, large batteries, durable polycarbonate bodies that you don't have to baby, or easy and cheap repairability only add to the already formidable appeal of Google's computational photography.
With the $100 gift card promo that Google launched the Pixel 3a and 3a XL, though, they've become simply too irresistible to ignore, to the point that the black 3a is currently the "#1 seller" over at B&H. If you want to take advantage of what is essentially a 25% off deal for the 5.6" Pixel 3a, however, you'd have to hurry to the Google Store, Best Buy, Amazon or B&H, as it is good through tomorrow only, and that's that.
Oh, well, not that reverting the Pixel 3a price to $399 will be a dealbreaker for what it offers, but the lack of a $100 gift to go with America's finest midranger would certainly take some of its veneer off.
On Amazon, where the new Pixels just went up for sale, the $100 deal is available for the black 3a XL only, but a gift card from Amazon will certainly go a longer way, too. Deal or no deal, the new Pixels are now slapped with the "#1 new release" label on Amazon, too, in the first day of their posting.