The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have arrived, and now it’s time to get your hands on them. But if you’re wondering how to buy Pixel 6, we’ve got you covered. And this post will be continuously updated as it arrives at more retailers, and if any new deals crop up.
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How To Buy Pixel 6 & 6 Pro
It took a little while, but the Amazon listings have finally gone live for both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. At the time of this writing, these will land on your doorstep on October 28th. Unfortunately, if you opt to pre-order with Amazon, it seems as though you’ll miss out on the free Pixel Buds A-Series. But hey, at least you can order it now, right?
Best Buy will be the default option for many who want to walk into a big box store on release date and pick up one of Google’s latest devices. Just like we’re seeing from other carriers and retailers, the company is including a set of Pixel Buds A-Series for pre-orders. And you don’t need to worry about a potential mark-up, as you can pay the same amount from Best Buy as you can everywhere else.
You can order your Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro directly from Google, starting at $599 for the Pixel 6 and $899 for the Pixel 6 Pro. Some just prefer to order direct from the source, so you’ll be able to do just that while adding a case or two to the mix. Plus, the company is including the $99 Pixel Buds A-Series for anyone who pre-orders either device.
How To Buy Pixel 6 & 6 Pro From Carriers
AT&T has some pretty killer deals for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Starting off, you can save up to $700 on the Pixel 6 Pro with an “eligible” trade-in. That brings the price down to just $6.67 per month, leaving you with a balance of just $199 (plus taxes). As for those interested in the smaller Pixel 6, monthly pricing comes in at just $15 per month, with no need to trade-in any of your devices, if you don’t want to. Finally, anyone who picks up either the new Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro can enjoy 50% off any Google-branded accessories, including the Pixel Buds or even the new Pixel Stand v2. The best part about AT&T’s deals is that they are available for new and existing customers, so you won’t have to worry about missing out or switching over just to get the best deals.
As expected, you can pre-order both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro directly from Google Fi. Pricing remains the same as you’ll find everywhere else, starting at $599 for the Pixel 6, and $899 for its larger brother. And as an added bonus, Google Fi is throwing in a pair of Pixel Buds A-Series for free. The only catch is that for the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, you are limited to the Stormy Black option if you want 256GB.
If you’re a Verizon subscriber and want to upgrade to the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro, you’re in luck. Big Red is offering both devices, and for a limited time, you can save up to $700 if you trade-in “select phones” while being on one of Verizon’s “qualified” Unlimited plans. Those who want to switch from another carrier will get up to $500 to help “cover the cost”, providing a pretty nice incentive. Additionally, existing Verizon subscribers can get up to $350 off Google’s latest devices, again, if you are one of the qualified Unlimited plans.