Verizon running BOGO deals on multiple Android flagships, no trade-in required
More importantly, these BOGO deals don't require trade-in, but it will force you to stay with Verizon for two years. So, here is how the deal is working for customers who want to purchase one of the smartphones mentioned earlier.
First off, choose the model you want, then add the second one with monthly device payments. If you qualify for the BOGO deal, you'll get a $799.99 credit to your account over 24 months. Unfortunately, if any of the phones eligible for the deal costs more than $799.99, you'll have to pay the difference for the second one.
Also, Verizon only offers a $649.99 discount on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, so you'll probably have to pay $200 upfront if you choose the latter since the carrier sells it for $849.99 outright.
Finally, your second phone must absolutely be on a new line, otherwise, Verizon won't give you any credits to your account. On the flip side, if you choose the Galaxy S9/S9+ or the Note 8, you'll also receive a 64GB microSD card for free.