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Deal | Google Pixel 6 down to US$499 in Black Friday sales

You can pick up the Pixel 6 for US$499 if you live in the US. (Image source: Google)
You can pick up the Pixel 6 for US$499 if you live in the US. (Image source: Google)
The Pixel 6 is already available for US$100 lower than its retail price, one month after its launch. The saving applies to all configurations and colours, including all 256 GB models.

Google may have reduced the Pixel 5a for its Black Friday deals, but it has not included either of its new flagships. The company only launched the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro last month, so it is no surprise that Google is keeping them at their full prices, at least for the time being.

By contrast, Best Buy is selling all Pixel 6 configurations for US$100 of their MSRP. Hence, the Pixel 6 is available from US$499 in Stormy Black, Kinda Coral and Sorta Seafoam. Accordingly, all 256 GB configurations now cost US$599, too.

Best Buy does not state when its Pixel 6 offers end. However, it requires that you activate your unlocked smartphone when you purchase it. The retailer lists its activation options on its website, for reference. Additionally, activating with AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile will bring the price down further to US$449. Alternatively, Best Buy allows you to activate the Pixel 6 later for a US$50 surcharge.

(Image source: Best Buy)
(Image source: Best Buy)


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Alex Alderson, 2021-11-21 (Update: 2021-11-21)