+ Thursday May 23rd, 2019

Well, Google is on a roll with their Google Store savings offering $50 off a Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL until December 16th.

The Google Store is offering $50 off all the Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL phones in the Google Store in all colour options, that includes all the colour options. All of the models appear to be in stock, and if you want to get your Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL in time for Christmas you’ll need to get your order in by the 12th of December. Pricing for the Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL range now looks like this:

  • Pixel 2 (64GB) – Normally $1,079 – now $1,029
  • Pixel 2 (128GB) – Normally $1,229 – now $1,179
  • Pixel 2 XL (64GB) – Normally $1,399 – now $1,349
  • Pixel 2 XL (128GB) – Normally $1,549 – now $1,499

The offer runs from December 10th (yesterday) until December 16th at 11:59 PM PST. Although Google does say this offer cannot be combined with other offers you’ll still get a code to redeem a Google Home Mini, 4-6 weeks after your order arrives.

If you’ve been waiting for some incentive to order a Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL from the Google Store then here it is. Head over to the Google Store and check it out now.

Source: Google Store.

Daniel Tyson  


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WOW, a whole $50 jolly gosh ….

This is a joke I take it ..

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Better than nothing I guess but bear in mind I picked up my Pixel 2 for $1040 from JB a few weeks ago and walked out of the store with my Google Home Mini and free crappy earphones.

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And if anything does go wrong you won’t have to deal with Google’s reportedly sub-par customer relations. I’d be much more confident of having any warranty issues dealt with by an Aussie retailer quickly and according to Australian consumer laws over Google.

Aussie retailers are usually cheaper, you get a warm fuzzy feeling for supporting an Aussie retailer and have better peace of mind. I’m not sure why anybody would purchase goods from the Australian Google store.

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