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How to pre-order Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro


The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been officially announced and they come packed with a ton of new hardware upgrades and features that we can wait to try for ourselves. Now, if you’re in a similar boat and you’re keen on getting your hands on either the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro, then here’s how you can pre-order the handsets.

The Pixel 7 will be priced at $599 while the Pixel 7 Pro will be priced at $899. Depending on which retailer/carrier you buy the phone from, there might be different perks, discounts, and freebies, so below are a list of the places you’ll be able to get the phone from, so pick the one that you think will be the best choice for you.


You will be able to buy the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro from Google directly. The company is offering up to $750 in trade-in value if you bring in an eligible handset, plus there will also be up to $200 in Google Store credit that you can use towards future purchases. The company is also offering 24-month installment plans if you feel that paying $599 or $899 upfront is too much for you.

Buy Pixel 7 On Google


Similarly to Google, AT&T will also be accepting trade-ins where you could potentially get the Pixel 7 for free if you trade-in an eligible device, or if you opt for the Pixel 7 Pro, you’ll be able to get up to $800 off. The carrier is also running a BOGO offer for the Pixel Watch, so if you’re looking to complete the setup, this could be one way to go about it.

Buy Pixel 7 On AT&T
Buy Pixel 7 Pro On AT&T


If T-Mobile is your carrier of choice, then you’ll be pleased to learn that similar to Google, the carrier will be accepting trade-ins for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, where you can get up to $800 which essentially brings the price of the Pixel 7 Pro down to a very affordable $99.

Buy Pixel 7 On T-Mobile


Unlike some of the other carriers, Verizon’s running a pretty extensive promotion for the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. According to Verizon:

  • SWITCHER: Get a Pixel 7 Pro on us. Switch to Verizon or add a new line and get $700 off a new Pixel 7 Pro or Pixel 7 when you trade-in select phones — even broken ones — on qualified Unlimited plans. To make it even easier to switch, we’re offering a $200 eCard to cover the costs of moving to Verizon.
  • UPGRADE: Upgrade your old phone and get $700 off the Pixel 7 lineup with select trade-in and select Unlimited plans.
  • BOGO: Need a Pixel for a friend? Buy a Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro and get up to $700 off another with a qualified Unlimited plan. What’s more? You get a $400 eCard when you switch two lines to Verizon.

Buy Pixel 7 On Verizon
Buy Pixel 7 Pro On Verizon

Best Buy

If you’d rather not be tied down to any carrier and would just rather buy the phone outright and not deal with a locked SIM, Best Buy is selling the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro and offers similar trade-in options. Plus, the retailer will also be tossing in a $100 Best Buy gift card with your purchase that you can use towards future purchases as well.

Buy Pixel 7 on Best Buy
Buy Pixel 7 Pro on Best Buy


If you’re an Amazon shopper then you can also go ahead and pre-order the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro from the retailer. While it does not appear to be any options for trade-ins, customers will be given $100-$200 Amazon gift cards depending on the Pixel 7 model you choose, which can be useful and a great bonus gift if you typically do most of your shopping on Amazon.

Buy Pixel 7 on Amazon
Buy Pixel 7 Pro on Amazon
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Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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