Several unlocked Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL variants are on sale at up to $300 discounts
Of course, Android purists unwilling to wait until October can still purchase the very respectable Pixel 3 or 3 XL or settle for a little less raw power and get the extremely well-reviewed Pixel 3a or 3a XL at an unbeatable price. But even if you're looking to save a buck (or a few hundred), you don't necessarily need to make any compromises, as B&H Photo Video currently offers massive discounts for the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
shaving $350 off the list price of a single Pixel 3 XL color option, the reputable e-tailer has a grand total of three jumbo-sized variants and one normal-sized Pixel 3 model on sale at the time of this writing. While slightly lower, the markdowns are still pretty great, reaching as high as $300. A 64GB 5.5-inch Pixel 3 (with no notch) in a "not pink" hue is therefore available for $499.99 instead of $799.99 if you remember to click on the "clip coupon" button before adding the phone to your e-cart.After randomly
The $300 savings will be applied instantly, but you may want to hurry and pull the trigger as soon as possible. The Snapdragon 845-powered, stock Android 9.0 Pie-running device is already backordered, although B&H is still accepting orders at the deeply discounted price (no doubt for a limited time only), promising availability within 7 to 10 business days.
Meanwhile, you can get a 64 gig Pixel 3 XL in a "Clearly White" paint job at $619.99 after a weirdly specific $279.01 "clip coupon" reduction. The same storage configuration is on sale at a full $300 discount in "not pink", with a white 128 gig model currently priced at $699.99 instead of $999.99.
This quartet of killer B&H deals easily beats what Google is offering in terms of discounts through its official US e-store, obviously requiring no specific carrier activation, monthly installment plan, or bill credits. These are fully unlocked phones compatible with both GSM and CDMA networks nationwide, ranging from AT&T and T-Mobile to Sprint and Verizon.