Snapdragon 845-powered phones or go with a Verizon monthly installment plan and pay a flat $350 less than usual. That means the 5.5-inch Pixel 3 can be yours for as little as $18.74 a month with a two-year commitment, amounting to a grand total of only 450 bucks or so. Meanwhile, the Pixel 3 XL currently starts at $22.91 instead of $37.50 a month on a two-year Big Red device payment plan, which adds up to a very reasonable $550.Namely, you can take up to $360 off the list prices of the two unlocked
If you don't want to commit to any specific carrier upfront, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL are marked down by $260 to $540 and $640 starting prices respectively. The aforementioned $360 discount applies exclusively to the smaller model in an unlocked variant if you don't have a problem activating it on Sprint right off the bat. If you'd rather use the Pixel 3 on Verizon or AT&T, you're also looking at a more than decent $310 price cut, which means you'll need to cough up $490 and up.
Unfortunately, there are no notable discounts offered with upfront carrier activation for buyers of the jumbo-sized Pixel 3 XL, but if you like big phones, you can get a free $100 e-gift card with the unlocked mid-range Pixel 3a XL. Even better, you can combine that promo with an actual $100 discount if you activate the Snapdragon 670-powered 6-incher on Sprint. Finally, upfront Verizon and AT&T activators are eligible for a small $50 price reduction in addition to the aforementioned complimentary e-coupon.
As far as the 5.6-inch Pixel 3a is concerned, we unfortunately have nothing new to report on the deal front, although you can still get up to a $100 discount with activation on select carriers.