Retail availability of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are coming to a close, and the US Google Store is discounting the latter to $649 while the former is now $499.
The Google Store is discounting the unlocked Pixel 6 by $100 so the 128GB model is $499 and 256GB costs $599. This matches a July low and competes directly against the $449 Pixel 6a, though there’s a trade-in bonus that brings the mid-ranger to $149. In the US, the 256GB Sorta Seafoam variant is currently out of stock, while the Google Store no longer sells the Fi variant.
Meanwhile, the Pixel 6 Pro is down $250 after only seeing a $200 discount in July. This applies to the unlocked and Google Fi (Google Store only) models. The 128GB 6 Pro is $649, $749 gets you 256GB, and 512GB costs $849. Cloudy White is out of stock, but there’s a waitlist.
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The promotion started August 14 and ends Monday, September 5. This is a pretty long discount period ahead of the fall Pixel 7 and 7 Pro launch. You can also find both discounts (Pixel 6 and 6 Pro) at Amazon.
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Author: Abner Li