Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL deals are back at Best Buy and the US Google Store
Obviously, all those sweet deals are now expired, but if you’re done waiting for a mythical Pixel Ultra or a curious Pixel 3 Lite with middling specs and a headphone jack, Google and Best Buy have just returned to a gift-giving mood.
The third-party retailer is arguably the better shopping choice for Verizon subscribers interested in these well-reviewed but bug-infested stock Android phones, which are both marked down again and bundled with an attractive freebie.
Naturally, we’re talking about discounts valid with device payment plans only, as well as a complimentary Pixel charging stand. Instead of coughing up the usual $33.34 a month for two years, buyers of the smaller, no-notch Pixel 3 can pay $27.08 every 30 days right now for an entry-level 64GB configuration.
The 128 gig variant will set you back $31.24 instead of $37.50 a month for two years, and the same goes for a Verizon-specific 64GB Pixel 3 XL. Finally, the top-notch (pun intended) version of the jumbo-sized third-gen Pixel handset costs $35.41 a month with Big Red’s installment plans, representing a savings of $150 all in all.
Of course, the Pixel Stand is worth an additional $79 on its own, contributing to a deal that’s going to be pretty hard to beat in the near future.
The same wireless charging accessory is sold alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL at no extra charge through the official US Google Store, with an additional pair of Google Pixel USB-C earbuds also thrown in for free. Those are only valued at $30, so that’s not exactly the deal of a lifetime, but on the bright side, you can get the phones with the bundled gifts either unlocked or with a Verizon SIM card in the box. The choice is all yours.