Verizon has big Pixel 3 discounts and BOGO deals on other popular phones lined up for Valentine's Day
Verizon is also getting ready to join this year’s love-celebrating festivities, with some of the carrier’s top promotions from recent months scheduled to make a comeback this Thursday, February 7, and then run for an unspecified “limited time.”
Unsurprisingly, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are at the top of the refreshed deals list, scoring a cool $300 price reduction valid for both new and existing customers. Technically, you can take 300 bucks off the list prices of the two stock Android handsets right now, but only with an eligible trade-in, as well as a network switch and new line of service.
The trade-in condition will be dropped, so Verizon will basically replicate a recent Best Buy deal that’s no longer available. With monthly installments, you’ll be able to purchase a “standard-sized” Pixel 3 for as little as $500 all in all, while a Pixel 3 XL will set you back a grand total of $600 instead of $900.
Meanwhile, Big Red is gearing up for a fresh round of BOGOs, allowing you to get a free iPhone XR with the purchase of an iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, or iPhone X, a free Galaxy S9 with a Galaxy Note 9, S9, or S9+, $750 off a second LG device if you buy a G7 ThinQ or V40 ThinQ, $650 off a second RED Hydrogen One when you agree to pay for the first unit, as well as 50 percent off a second Apple Watch with the purchase of any Series 3 or Series 4 model.
The terms and conditions seem relatively straightforward, as a device payment plan and new service line are naturally required, with bill credits offered over 24 months for gratis or marked-down devices, and an obligation to keep the buy line active for six months, while the get line must remain operational for a full two years.
All things considered, these are some pretty great ways to get two very capable and popular mobile devices for yourself and a special someone this Valentine’s Day without paying an arm and a leg.
Alternatively, Verizon Prepaid customers can still score a whopping 15 gigs of data for a measly $45 a month with AutoPay enrollment and no strings attached.