Google will give you 50% off a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL for Black Friday, if you buy two

Vlad, 15 November 2018

It looks like it isn't fashionable anymore to have Black Friday deals on, well, Black Friday. Instead, companies like T-Mobile are starting deal season one week earlier, and Google is joining in the fun.

From this Friday, November 16, it will offer a Buy One, Get One 50% off on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. So you buy two units but only pay for 1.5. Then from November 22 until November 25, this will change into a $150 price cut for the Pixel 3 and $200 off the Pixel 3 XL. On Cyber Monday, if you buy a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL you'll receive a free Google Home Hub worth $149, as well as a $50 coupon to spend in the Google Store at a later date.

If you're not interested in its phones, here's what Google's cooked up in terms of deals for its other products. All of these are available from November 22 to November 26: Pixel Buds, Google Home Hub, Home, and Home Max all $50 off, Home Mini $24 off, Home Mini + Chromecast bundle $39 off, Home Mini + Smartlight bundle $24 off, Chromecast Audio and Chromecast Ultra $20 off, Chromecast $10 off, Titan Security Key kit 20% off.

From November 18 and up until November 28 you can save $300 on a Pixelbook, as well as 50% on the Clips camera. From November 21 to November 28, you can save $70 on the Nest thermostat, $30 on the Nest E, $50 on the Nest Hello and Nest Cam Outdoor, $70 on Nest Cam Indoor, and $20 on the Nest Protect.

On Cyber Monday the Daydream View will be $60 off, a My Case for your Pixel will be $20 cheaper, and if you buy two Google Home Max speakers you can save $150. Finally, a bundle consisting of the Home Hub, a Google Home, and a 3-pack of Google Wifi will be $129 less than usual.

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Yeah. Man, if only Google became serious about phones

  • Anonymous

2 phones means twice issues?

Fantastic deal! Especially if you want (most likely) defective phones worthy of RMA. Whether they are good, other can be sold for a hefty price anyway.