Get the Oreo-ready Google Pixel for as little as $550 right now

Google Pixel XL
Google Pixel XL (Image credit: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

If you happened to miss out on Google's recent discount on the Pixel and Pixel XL, don't worry. Thrifter has partnered up with the folks at Daily Steals to bring you some more savings, but this time on brand new units instead of refurbished ones. Using the coupon code THRFTPXLN, you'll be able to pick up a 32GB Pixel for $549.99 (opens in new tab), which is only a little more than Google was charging last time around.

You can also go for the 128GB Pixel model, or jump up to the 128GB Pixel XL if you want the larger phone. Most configurations are available in both black and silver right now. The pricing breakdown is:

  • 32GB Pixel - $549.99
  • 128GB Pixel - $649.99
  • 128GB Pixel XL - $719.99

These are brand new in box units that come with a full 1-year warranty. If you are looking to save more, and don't mind picking up a refurbished version, you can grab the 32GB Pixel for $355 (opens in new tab) with coupon code THRFTPXL.

Don't forget to check for the Android Oreo update as soon as you get your phone!

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Jared DiPane
Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • I don't know if this price is worthwhile over the current promotion at the Google Store. At the Google Store, I can get a 128GB Google Pixel and the Daydream Accessory for $749 (Daydream is free).
  • If you bought the 128GB Pixel with this coupon it would be $649.99. Add $79 for the Daydream to that and you are at $728.99. Seems like the Daily Steals offer is still better.
  • Thank you, a mind is a terrible thing to waste. 😆
  • I forgot about the coupon code. Has anyone bought anything from the site? How is the quality? And return service?
  • I have actually purchased a Pixel from the site. It was a little slower than buying from Amazon or another retailer, but not by much. They kept me posted throughout (automated emails) and you have 30 days to return the phone if you don't end up wanting it.
  • It looks like Daily Steals doesn't charge tax. Another win. Just finished my purchase.
  • I just got a refurbished Pixel from Daily Steals, last week's promo. Minor scratch on the screen, not visible when the screen's on, is the only apparent compromise. 128gb black with 2 year extended warranty (which I never buy), $485 delivered. So far I'm pretty happy.
  • Overpriced at this point in time.
  • It's been overpriced since day one. Never understood the high price and now still over $500 is considered cheap. When the new one is around the corner. No thanks.
  • Not sure why a year later this phone is still as expensive as when it came out. Should be 400 dollars now.