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Best Google Pixel 6 deals and Google Pixel 6 Pro deals: May 2022

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Sure, we're still buzzing about the new Pixels that were announced at this month's Google I/O keynote, but that doesn't mean we aren't still on the lookout for the best Google Pixel 6 deals. Since the flagship phones first appeared last fall, we've been tracking down the most exciting promotions and placing them here so you always know where to find the best prices. 

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have made waves as powerful and affordable alternatives to Samsung and Apple devices, but that wasn't always a given. As we noted in our review of the Google Pixel 6, past generations of the smartphone were marred by software bugs, uninspired design, and poor battery performance. For years, the world was unsure if Google would ever change course and create a high-quality flagship smartphone. Thankfully, with the Pixel 6 lineup, Google has finally delivered. The two Pixel 6 devices have wowed users with their advanced 50MP rear cameras and the introduction of the 'Tensor', Google's very first in-house chipset. In fact, we went so far as to select the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro as two of the best Android phones that you can buy right now. 

Now, without any further ado, let's check out some deals. A lot of these promos require altering your phone plan or trading in an old device, so you're in luck if you're looking to make a change to your wireless service. Also, keep in mind that we'll be updating this page on a weekly basis, so check back in later if you don't find what you're looking for today. 

Google Pixel 6 Deals

Save $50 on the Google Pixel 6 when you sign up for a 12-month plan (opens in new tab)

Mint Mobile offers some of the cheapest and overall best prepaid phone plans (opens in new tab) around, and they're currently offering $50 off the Pixel 6 for new customers who sign up for a full year of service. You can choose between 4GB, 10GB, 15GB and Unlimited monthly data plans and still receive the savings. 

Get a Pixel 6 for only $99 when you add a line (opens in new tab)

If you buy a new Google Pixel 6 and add one of their eligible lines, T-Mobile will give you $500.99 over two years in the form of monthly credits, bringing the price of the phone down to $99 with no trade-in required. 

Get $200 off when you transfer your number (opens in new tab)

Google Fi (opens in new tab) is a somewhat underrated wireless carrier operated by Google. Their specialty lies in flexible data plans, and right now they're offering new customers $200 off the Pixel 6 when you transfer an existing number to their service, a discount that brings the price of the phone down to $399. 

Save up to $700 when you trade in your old phone (opens in new tab)

Are you a Verizon subscriber? The wireless carrier is currently offering up to $700 of trade-in credit when you send them your old device and sign up for any Unlimited plan. The retail cost of the Pixel 6 is $699.99, so you could be looking at a free phone if you play your cards right. 

Google Pixel 6 Pro Deals

Get $50 off the Pixel 6 Pro when you purchase a 12-month plan (opens in new tab)

Similar to the Pixel 6 deal described above, if you sign up for the 12-month prepaid plan at Mint Mobile, you'll instantly get $50 off the price of a Pro. It's not an enormous price cut, but given the low price of the prepaid plan, it's still a win-win. 

Up to $800 off with eligible trade-in and data plan (opens in new tab)

Although the exact offer depends on the carrier, both AT&T and Verizon are offering up to $800 off the Pixel 6 Pro if you trade in your old device and sign up for select unlimited plans through Best Buy. 

Save up to $800 when you trade in your old phone (opens in new tab)

If you're trying to ditch an old phone, you could send it to Verizon and get up to $800 off the price of a Pixel 6 Pro. All you need to do is trade in your eligible device and sign up for any Unlimited plan, and you'll receive the funds in the form of promo credits spread over 36 months

Frequently asked questions

Is the Pixel 6 waterproof?

Although they aren't exactly waterproof, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are considered to be water-resistant, with a resistance rating of IP68 for both moisture and dust. In practical terms, this means that your phone will probably be fine if you accidentally drop it in the pool or sink.

Will there be a Google Pixel 7?

Absolutely! As we learned during the 2022 Google I/O keynote, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are expected to arrive later this year, alongside the Pixel 6a and Pixel Watch. The Pixel 7 lineup will feature a similar look as their predecessors, but with a new camera visor (made of recycled aluminum) and next-gen Tensor chipset. 

Can the Pixel 6 charge wirelessly?

Both the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have wireless charging capabilities. In fact, neither phone comes with a charger in the box, so you'll want to pick up  a Pixel 6 wireless charger to pair with your new device. 


Once you get your new phone, you'll probably want to protect the investment with a durable, high-quality case. Lucky for you, we've tested loads of sturdy cases and you can read about them in our roundups of the best Google Pixel 6 cases and best Google Pixel 6 Pro cases

If you're torn between the Pixel 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S22, go read our S22 vs. Google Pixel 6 guide before committing to a phone. If you do decide to go with the Samsung phone instead, you'll want to make a quick stop by our list of the best S22 deals (also penned by yours truly).

Patrick Farmer
Patrick Farmer

Patrick (he/him) is a Deals and Commerce Writer at Android Central. In his past life as a freelancer, he covered everything from book reviews to buying guides, and now he's finally settled down with the goal of saving you money. When he's not writing, Patrick is probably hiking the Colorado wilderness, sipping on craft beer, or hanging out with his polydactyl cat.