Google's unlocked Pixel 2 drops to its lowest price yet, Pixel 2 XL discounts renewed
That’s because the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are themselves heavily discounted right now on the official online US Google Store, fetching $549 and $599 respectively with 64GB storage space.
The baby Pixel 2 is thus at a new all-time low price, previously setting you back $649 and up. Yup, even after the Pixel 3 and 3 XL were officially released. The 5-incher finally scored a modest $50 markdown last month, which Google is now boosting to a cool 100 bucks.
As far as the Pixel 2 XL is concerned, it appears last month’s discounts have been renewed through March 31 “while supplies last and subject to availability.” The thin-bezeled, no-notch 6-incher starts at $599 again, fetching $100 more with 128 gigs of internal digital hoarding room instead of 64GB.
Keep in mind that this jumbo-sized stock Android-powered handset used to cost $849 and up back in the day, although those times are obviously long gone.
It’s also worth pointing out that the Pixel 2 is no longer available through either Best Buy or Verizon, with the Pixel 2 XL up for grabs from the third-party retailer and market-leading carrier at a substantially higher price than what Google currently charges.