It’s that time of the year, folks! Google has started offering a series of discounts on select products via the Google Store.
Indeed, the deals don’t apply to each and every product, but they are quite varied. So if you’re hoping to get a cheaper Pixel 2 you’re out of luck for the time being. Fortunately, the larger Pixel 2 XL model does come with a discounted price tag.
So from now until July 17, you can get the phone with $100 off, as follows:
- Pixel 2 XL with 64GB storage – $749 (previously $849)
- Pixel 2 XL with 128GB storage $849 (previously $949)
But before you buy the discounted Pixel 2 XL, remember that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are in the pipeline. They are probably going to see the light of day in October, which is only a few months away. So you might want to wait for that.
Or you could take a look at Google’s non-Pixel deals
The company’s smart speaker range is also available with a price cut:
- Google Home Mini – $34 (previously $49)
- Google Home – $99 (previously $129)
- 2x Google Home – $158 (previously $258)
- 2x Google Home Max – $648 (previously $798)
But wait there’s more. Other Google products also included in the summer deals.
- Second-gen Daydream View – $49 (previously $98)
- Chromecast Ultra – $54 (previously $69)
- Chromecast Audio – $25 (previously $35)
- Google Clips – $169 (previously $249)
It should also be noted that all purchases will also get free shipping in the US. Google says that the deals are available while supply last.
Don’t want to buy from the Google Store? No problem, most of the deals are also available with Best Buy and Target. The two retailers are also knocking an extra $5 off the Chromecast Ultra so you can get it for $49.
On top of the Pixel 2, Google’s summer sale leaves out products such as the Pixelbook or Pixel wireless buds.
Do you plan to take advantage of Google’s summer deals? Let us know in the comment section below.