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

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Retailers and wireless carriers are preparing for the unveiling of the Google Pixel 7 series next week, which means there are more Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 deals than ever before.

Pair that new release with the approach of the holiday season, and you're looking at a great time to buy. After all, just because everyone is always looking for the hottest new device, it doesn't mean it's necessarily going to top last year's phones. We chose the Google Pixel 6 as one of the best Android phones (opens in new tab) that money could buy, and it's quite possible that that will remain the case even when the Pixel 7 hits store shelves. The phone has a beautiful 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, and with a starting price of under $600, you're paying much less than you would for a similar phone like the also-great Samsung Galaxy S22. The Pixel 6 Pro takes things even further, with a large 6.7-inch display, excellent battery life, 12GB of RAM, and rounded edges for an elegant look. With a standard retail price of $899 for the 128GB version, you're still getting a great value when you compare this device to non-Google competitors. 

All of this month's best Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro prices can be found below. Thinking about picking up the more-affordable Google Pixel 6a instead? Go check out our Google Pixel 6a deals page to see that cheap phone get even cheaper.

Google Pixel 6 deals

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Google Pixel 6 128GB: $699.99 $199.99 at Best Buy with carrier activation (opens in new tab)

The best deal of the week is this offer from Best Buy that slashes a whopping $500 off the price of the Google Pixel 6 when you activate one of their carrier-locked phones through their website. 

You can either pay the full $200 balance upfront or break it down to payments of $5.55/month for 36 months (with Verizon) or $8.33/month for 24 months (with T-Mobile)

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Google Pixel 6: $599 $528.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

If you're on the hunt for a straight discount, look no further than this deal from Amazon that slashes over $70 off the price of the Pixel 6. Both the 128GB and 256GB versions are seeing a similar price cut, no strings attached. 

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Google Pixel 6: $699.99 FREE with eligible trade-in and Unlimited plan, plus memory upgrade (opens in new tab)

Verizon has added the Pixel 6 to its list of devices that you can get for up to $700 off if you send them an old phone. Meet the requirements and you'll receive $699.99 in promo credits over 36 months. That's enough to make the phone totally free. 

Whether or not you choose to trade in an older device, Verizon is also offering free memory upgrades, which means you'll get a 256GB device for the price of the 128GB version.

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Google Pixel 6: Save $50 with 12-month plan at Mint Mobile (opens in new tab)

In addition to being the only prepaid wireless carrier partially owned by Ryan Reynolds, Mint Mobile is where you can find flexible data plans and tons of great deals on smartphones. Case in point, you can instantly save $50 on the Pixel 6 when you pick up any 12-month data plan, bringing the price down to $649. 

Google Pixel 6 Pro deals

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Google Pixel 6 Pro 128GB: $899.99 $399.99 at Best Buy with carrier activation (opens in new tab)

Just like the Pixel 6 deal we described above, if you activate a carrier-locked Pixel 6 Pro through Best Buy you'll instantly save $500, bringing the phone down to its lowest ever price. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro 128GB: $899 $695.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The best Google Pixel 6 Pro deal of the week is clearly this straight $203 discount from Amazon. Not only does this price slash make the Pro almost as cheap as the standard Pixel 6, the hefty discount also makes the smartphone almost cheaper than it's ever been, no strings attached. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro: switch to Visible and get a $200 gift card (opens in new tab)

Visible is a prepaid carrier that uses Verizon's nationwide 5G and LTE network. Switch to Visible from an eligible competing carrier, pick up a Pixel 6 Pro, and the popular MVNO hook you up with a free $150 gift card that you can use at a ton of online retailers, such as Amazon and Best Buy. All you need to do is pay for three months of service on time. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro: Get $50 off 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. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro: Save up to $800 with trade-in (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

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 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. 

Google Pixel 6 vs. Pixel 6a

The Google Pixel 6a hit store shelves a few weeks ago, so many folks are wondering if they should pick up the budget version of Google's flagship or opt for the original. The two phones share a lot of the same features, including the Tensor chip, but there are a few key differences. The Pixel 6, for instance, has a decidedly smoother display thanks to its 90Hz refresh rate, and the stunning 50MP camera is certainly worth trying out if you like to take photos. 

On the other hand, the Pixel 6a boasts a lot of the same power and durability features as the flagship Pixel 6 at a significantly lower price. The decision is ultimately up to you, but take a look at our Google Pixel 6 vs. Pixel 6a guide if you need some help deciding.  


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.