+ Sunday September 22nd, 2019

50% off? Bargain. That’s what you’ll get if you’re in the market for an official Pixel or Pixel XL case from the Google Store at the moment.

The offer is available on both the clear and coloured cases for the Pixel and Pixel XL. The Clear case will set you back $25, down from $50, while the coloured cases will now cost just $27.50, down from $55. The shipping for the cases is free, if you’re ok with waiting a little bit, or you can pay more to get it ASAP. The full range of colour cases – Grey, Blue, Green, Peach and Coral – is available to choose from for both the Pixel and Pixel XL, but this may change quickly.

The Pixel Coloured case is a three layer case with a silicone exterior, polycarbonate inner and a microfiber lining. The Clear case is simply a see-through, ultra-thin design that protects your phone while still allowing you to access all the ports and buttons without obscuring the view of the design.

If you want to order from Telstra you can grab the clear case for $35, the coloured cases for $40 or a Google Earth Live Case for $45. Cases are still listed at full price on the JB HiFi website, but that could change at any time.

If you own a Google Pixel and want a case these are some pretty good options. There’s other, cheaper options available but the cases from Google do seem like they’re quite a good fit. If you’re interested head over to the Google Store or Telstra online website to check out the range of cases available.

Source: Google Store.

Daniel Tyson  


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