On Friday, Verizon announced that it would be selling both Google phones for $300 for a limited time when purchased on a device payment plan. Best of all, you don’t have to trade in an old phone to take advantage of this offer. The deal is now available online after a short in-store exclusive period. Additionally, Verizon is offering you 50% off a Google Home unit with your Pixel 2 purchase to sweeten the deal.
The Pixel 2 traditionally retails for $649, while the Pixel 2 XL sells for $849. This promotion knocks the prices down to $349 and $549, respectively, which is a significant discount for a phone that launched less than two months ago.
Of course, you will be spreading that payment out over 24 months, but it’s still a notable price drop. Google has dropped Google Home pricing almost everywhere from $130 to $79.99, yet Verizon is doing 50% off the retail price of $129.99. So the Home will cost you $65, rather than $40.
Verizon didn’t specify how long the promo will last, but if you’re a Verizon customer and you’re planning on upgrading to a Pixel 2 anyway, you should probably jump on this deal before it disappears.