+ Wednesday September 18th, 2019

Google has expanded their existing Christmas specials for the annual Boxing Day sales offering a discount on the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL as well as if you want to purchase multiple Google Home Max speakers.

The special for the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL sees you saving $200 off the price when you select the Just Black model. The discount applies across both the 64GB and 128 GB storage options with the pricing now looking like this:

  • Pixel 3 64GB (Just Black) – Was $1,199 – now $999
  • Pixel 3 128GB (Just Black) – Was $1,349 – now $1,149
  • Pixel 3 XL 64GB (Just Black) – Was $1,349 – now $1,149
  • Pixel 3 XL 128GB (Just Black) – Was $1,499 – now $1,299

If you’re a Pixel owner but want to expand your Google Home setup with something that has a LOT of power, then you can of course check out the deal when you purchase two Google Home Max with a saving of $200. Normally priced at $549 each, you can save $200 and just pay $898.

The Home Max speakers are the only Google Home speakers which pair into a left and right audio channel for stereo sound when put in their upright ‘Portrait’ orientation. The pairing is one of the loudest, clearest sounds you could hope for in a consumer speaker and is well worth a pair if you’re a dedicated Google Home enthusiast.

The Pixel 3 offer ends at 11:59pm AEDT tonight, while the deal on the Home Max ends at 6:59pm AEDT tonight as well. If you want to get in on either deal head over to the Google Store and add them to your basket now.

Source: Australian Google Store.https://store.google.com/collection/offers.

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