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. With the Google Pixel 5 finally here, we’re hoping that we’ll start to see bigger discounts on previous variants soon.
Featured deal: Get a refurb Pixel 4 for under $240
Not everyone has $700 for the latest Google Pixel phone. There’s often great value to be found in refurbished models, as long as you get them from a reputable outlet. We’ve scouted about and found a couple of good ways to pick up a refurbished Pixel 4 for under $240.
Dailysteals is always a good bet for a trusty refurb, and it currently has the Pixel 4 on offer for $250. On top of that, our exclusive promo code AAPX4 cuts that down to just $238.99. Alternatively, Amazon currently has renewed options starting at $228.99, depending on the color you want. Both retailers offer warranties for your peace of mind, with the option to extend them for an additional payment.
Related: The best Google Pixel 4 cases
The Pixel 4 is still a decent choice as a daily driver. It isn’t perfect, as we pointed out in our review, but with its stand-out camera performance, fast and fluid software, and reliable updates, it definitely has a lot to offer. As a phone that retailed for $800 only 18 months ago, these prices are hard to ignore.
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Best Google Pixel deals
- Google Pixel 5 deals
- Google Pixel 4a and 4a 5G deals
- Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL deals
- Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL deals
- Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL deals
- Other Google Pixel deals
Editors note: These deals change frequently, so we’ll do our best to keep them updated and add new ones regularly.
Google Pixel 5 deals
Google’s Pixel 5 was a long time coming, and it turned out to be worth the wait. It’s not the highest-spec phone on the market but that wasn’t the aim. At $700 retail price, it ditches 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.
The Pixel 5 officially hit the market at the end of October. That means it’s not going to be seeing big discounts for some time, but you can do better than retail value here and there. As an unlocked option, Best Buy will offer you $50 in savings as long as you activate it to a network on purchase.
Check out the deal below.
$649.99 at Best Buy
Google Pixel 4a deals
The Google Pixel 4a takes many of the style cues from the Pixel 4, though it starts at the incredibly low price of just $349. If you want the best Google’s software can offer you at the lowest possible price, it’s tough to overlook the Pixel 4a and its powerful camera.
Like the Pixel 5, the Pixel 4a isn’t yet discounted anywhere in unlocked form, but you can save $50 from Best Buy if you activate it on a carrier when purchasing.
- Save $50 on a Pixel 4a with activation at Best Buy
- Get the Pixel 4a for $336 plus a $150 prepaid Mastercard and Fire TV Stick from Visible
The Pixel 4a 5G is, in essence, the 5G-enabled version of the Pixel 4a, but that’s not the only upgrade. The phone has a bigger screen, features a faster Snapdragon 765G processor, and comes with a bigger battery. It hits the balance between premium and budget perfectly, making it one of the best mid-range phones on the market.
If you’re willing to pay extra for the Pixel 4a 5G, you can order right here:
- Save $50 on a Pixel 4a 5G with activation at Best Buy
- Get a Pixel 4a 5G for $5 per month with trade-in at Verizon
- Pay $10 per month or $5 with trade-in at AT&T
Google Pixel 4 deals
After less than one year on shelves, Google is axing the Pixel 4 from its lineup. That means 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.
The best unlocked Pixel 4 deals available right now are from Amazon and eBay. There aren’t any hoops to jump through so you can bring the phone to your carrier of choice.
Learn more about the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in our full review.
Google Pixel 3a deals
Stepping back half of a generation, the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL still make excellent choices for mid-range devices. They step down to a Snapdragon 670 processor but retain many top features such as Google’s powerful camera and integrated Google Assistant.
You might miss features like wireless charging and a water resistance rating, but there are plenty of tradeoffs that are worth the money. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL use Google’s powerful 12MP camera and both phones even have headphone jacks.
See also: The best Google Pixel 3a cases
Here are the best deals we could find on the Pixel 3a range. They’re unlocked so you should have no trouble getting set up on your favorite network.
- Google Pixel 3a for $319 ($81 off)
- Google Pixel 3a XL for $316 ($154 off)
- Google Pixel 3a (Sprint) for $199 ($187 off)
- Google Pixel 3a XL (renewed) for $157 ($314 off)
Google Pixel 3 deals
While Google has ended sales of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, you can still pick them up at good prices from other retailers. The Pixel 3 family comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor onboard and dual front cameras for great selfies.
The top unlocked Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL deals come from Amazon right now, and it’s a bit more affordable than the more recent Pixel 4. If you don’t mind an open-box model, you can get a bit of a bargain on eBay on the Pixel 3 XL too.
- Google Pixel 3 (Not Pink) for $170 with promo code AAPXL3 ($630 off)
- Google Pixel 3 for $279 ($520 off)
- Google Pixel 3 XL for $300 ($600 off)
Other Google Pixel deals
If you’re itching for a dose of Pixel nostalgia, you can still pick up a classic Pixel XL at a low price right now. The Pixel 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.