While they may have been priced exactly as Apple's iPhones at launch, Google's Pixels aren't as good at keeping their prices intact and deal-free. We've already seen quite a few price reductions for the duo, and now that we're ever closer to the rumored October 5 unveiling of the next generation of Google's smartphones some new deals have popped up.
If you visit the first Source link below, you'll be able to snag a brand new 32GB Pixel for $549.99, or the 128GB model for $649.99. In both cases you save $100 compared to the recommended retail price. The 128GB Pixel XL is on offer too, and you can buy one for just $719.99 (saving $150 in the process). All of these prices appear after you've used the promo code THRFTPXLN at checkout.
If you want the cheapest possible Pixel, a 32GB refurbished unit can be yours for only $355, provided you hit the second Source link and use the promo code THRFTPXL.
Makes you wonder how expensive the successor is going to be.
Still way overpriced. But, hey, slap the Google logo on an HTC device and people will gladly overpay. Amazing.
you know refurbished phones are new phones inside with same enclosure right?