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Get the Pixel 6 for $199.99 without trade-in, and more Google Pixel deals

Best Buy has an amazing deal on the Pixel 6 that doesn't require a trade-in or long contract commitment.
September 27, 2022
The Google Pixel 6 in Sorta Seafoam color in hand
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The Google Pixel family has long had a list of features that make it a go-to for die-hard fans. Whether it’s the vanilla Android experience or the powerful camera, the Pixel packs some features that set it apart from the pack. As Android nerds, we’re always on the lookout for Google Pixel deals.

See Also: Google Pixel 6 vs Pixel 5a

The Google Pixel 7 line is firmly in our sights, and we’re keen to find out how the release of this new device will change the landscape of the Google smartphone market. In the meantime, you can peruse our roundup of the best deals on everything from the Pixel 6 Pro to the Pixel 4 and even more nostalgic devices.

Featured deal: Get the Pixel 6 for $199.99 without trade-in

Google Pixel 6 Best Buy Deal
Best Buy


If you’re already on a carrier or you have one picked out but don’t want to commit to a long contract, then this Best Buy deal could be for you. By activating a carrier on purchase, you can pick up the Google Pixel 6 for just $199.99 ($400 off).

No trade-in is required for the deal, and you only need a new line of service if you’re not with the carrier already. So for example, if you’re with T-Mobile already and happy enough with your plan, then you can pick up the Pixel 6 for one-third of its retail price, and you’re away.

We don’t know how long this promotion is due to run, so hit the button below to check it out for yourself.

Best Google Pixel deals

Editors note: These deals change frequently, so we’ll do our best to keep them updated and add new ones regularly.

Pixel 6a deals

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As with previous generations, the Pixel 6a is the more affordable version of the Pixel 6, condensing the best of its flagship sibling into a more affordable package.

Read more: Google Pixel 6a review

The most significant change from the Pixel 5a is that the Pixel 6a now packs Google’s in-house Tensor chip. It also offers a 6.1-inch flat OLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 6GB LPDDR5 RAM, and 128GB storage.

Pixel 6 and 6 Pro deals

Google Pixel 6 Pro front homescreen with cherry blossoms in the background
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The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro both feature a similar bold new design, with a horizontal camera bump that visually sets them apart from their competitors. But there’s a lot to love on the inside as well. It’s the first phone to feature Google’s new Tensor Chip, as well as one of the only flagship phones to ship with Android 12, which has plenty more beta releases planned for the future.

See also: Pixel 6 vs Pixel 6 Pro

As is Google’s way, there are rarely notable deals on unlocked versions of the latest flagships, and this is no different when it comes to the Pixel 6 range. But we will flag any that arise, and there are some awesome carrier deals on offer.

Pixel 5a deals

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The Pixel 5a launched in August 2021, and it offers everything Google smartphones are known for. Solid performance, a smooth software experience, and some of the sharpest smartphone cameras you can shoot with. It also brings key improvements in build quality and battery life yet is somehow cheaper than its predecessor, the Pixel 5.

Related: Pixel 5a vs older Pixel phones

While the Pixel 5a typically costs $449, Google Fi offers an upgrade program that brings the cost down to just $15 per month, or $360 over two years. After two years, you can upgrade to the newest Pixel phone with a subscription plan and keep your Pixel 5a at no additional cost. Alternatively, if you buy the Pixel 5a from the Google store, you’ll get three months of Google Fi for free. That way, you can try out the program without committing to a two-year contract.

Pixel 5 deals

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Google’s Pixel 5 was a long time coming, and it turned out to be worth the wait. It wasn’t the highest-spec phone on the market, but that wasn’t the aim. At a $700 retail price, it ditched higher-end features like face recognition and the quirky Motion Sense gestures to bring you the stuff you love: a fantastic display, great battery life, and joyous software.

Read more: Google Pixel 5 vs. Pixel 4a 5G vs. Pixel 4a: Which should you buy?

Google has decided to discontinue the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4a 5G to make way for the launch of the Pixel 6. Unfortunately, that means that the two phones will remain on sale only until current stocks last, and they are limited. You might need to go refurbished to get your hands on one.

Here are a few of your options still available if you’re looking to get a Pixel 5.

Pixel 4a

Google Pixel 4a 5G vs Pixel 4a deals
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The Google Pixel 4a takes many of the style cues from the Pixel 4 but at a lower asking price. All of Google’s parts and attention are now turned towards their latest devices so this is another discontinued device, although you can very occasionally pick up a new model.

The Pixel 4a 5G is essentially the 5G-enabled version of the Pixel 4a, but that’s not the only upgrade. The phone has a bigger screen, a faster Snapdragon 765G processor, and a bigger battery. As a result, it perfectly hits the balance between premium and budget, making it one of the best mid-range phones on the market.

Again, this particular phone has been discontinued, and prices are being hiked on available models.

Pixel 4

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Google is also axing the Pixel 4 from its lineup, meaning you’ll have to hurry if you want the newest Pixel flagship in your pocket. There are pros and cons to the Pixel 4, but it offers a camera experience that’s tough to top.

See more: Pixel 4 and 4 XL review

Weirdly in comparison to its successors, the Pixel 4 is still available in new condition pretty regularly. There aren’t any hoops to jump through so that you can bring the phone to your carrier of choice.

Pixel 3 and 3a

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Pixel 3a and 3a XL

Stepping back another half-generation, the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL still make fine choices for mid-range devices. They step down to a Snapdragon 670 processor but retain many features such as Google’s powerful camera and integrated Google Assistant.

There are only deals on for the Pixel 3a XL version right now, so check them out if you want to go big with this line.

Pixel 3 and 3XL

While Google has ended Pixel 3 and 3 XL sales, you can still pick them up at reasonable prices from other retailers. The Pixel 3 family comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor onboard and dual front cameras for great selfies.

Related: The best Google Pixel 3 cases

Other Google Pixel and Pixel accessories deals

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Pixel 2 and 2XL

If you’re itching for a dose of Pixel nostalgia, you can still pick up a classic Pixel 2 XL at just $128 right now on Amazon. The Pixel 2 may not be a top-notch daily driver anymore, but it still has reasonable specs and could well be used as a backup to your more recent Pixel model.

A top-rated seller on eBay also has refurbished Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones available. Prices vary depending on the model and specs you prefer, but they start at just $79.89.

Pixel accessories

If you’re looking to boost your Google Pixel experience with some accessories, here are some of the best deals on Google’s accessories for their flagship phone line.