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Get your hands on a refurbished Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL and save up to $300

Woot is offering the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL (opens in new tab) in refurbished condition with up to $300 off. The devices are listed as Verizon Unlocked but, despite being made for Verizon, this is the US version of this phone and is compatible with major US carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. They all carry a 90-day Woot warranty. Brand new, the Pixel 3 would cost up to $799 and the XL version regularly sells for $100 more than that.

The Google Pixel 3 is down to $549.99 and in all three color options. It has a 5.5-inch OLED display, 64GB capacity, IP68 water resistance, USB-C port, and front-facing stereo speakers. It has a 12MP rear camera with some awesome camera smarts like Night Sight and Top Shot, plus dual selfie cams with wide-angle and portrait capabilities. The larger Pixel 3 XL carries the same hardware specs but features a larger 6.3-inch screen and bigger battery. It's $50 more at $599.99 in this sale.

If you're still unsure about whether to make the move to a Pixel 3 device just yet, take a look at our comprehensive review of the phones which rated them at 4.5 out of 5 stars and resulted in a 'The Best' award.

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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](
  • 600.00 & 549.00 for the regular pixal should have been their release prices? How many more would have sold at those prices??
  • Still too expensive.
  • Never buy refurbished without knowing what was repaired.
  • Quite often nothing is repaired. The refurbished phone was simply a customer return. Long story short, they simply didn't like the product. Returned devices cannot be sold as new, hence they are sold as refurbished.
  • Or go to Verizon. They sell them right now with $300 off and no trade in.
  • Best Buy is $450 off.
  • With 24 mths of credits though. I ended up getting this deal =)
  • Or go to Target, get $450 off instantly then get the $300 in billing credits from Verizon. Multiple folks have confirmed the discounts "stack."
  • According to Target it doesn't but I'm going to cancel my BB order and get this instead since the discount is instant.
  • Is it just select Target/Verizon stores that let these stack? I don't seem to have any luck with the stores near me, it's one or the other over here.
  • Unlike those purchased from Google, Verizon locks the bootloader, so you probably won't be able to ever root the phone or install development ROMs. The last update you get from Google will be the end of that phone's development life. Not worth the discount, IMHO but YMMV.
  • In additon to this ....the eSIM is disabled and or removed on Verizon variant. So no way you can use it the Dual Sim Single Standby capabilities of the phone. That's very handy if you want to be able to switch carriers on the fly without an physical SIM. On regular pixel it works with many carriers including Google Fi.
  • If you are unable to root you will also be unable to edit the build prop to add net.tethering.noprovisioning=true for tethering. That alone is a deal breaker.
  • Better still save some cash and get a Pixel 2 XL for $245. I can't deal with that notch on the 3XL. Looks like Jay Leno's chin 😂
  • Hi, I would love 2XL for $245. Can you share the link, please. Thank you.
  • @alexgbn did you figure out where to get the pixel 2xl for $245? I'd like one too!
  • @strafer69 where can I get a pixel 2xl for $245?
  • $245? The lowest 2XL are refurbs in the $329-$350 range...
  • Google has a better sale for a Brand New One... Refurbished phone's should be at least 50% off or at least less than the Recent Google sale which was a very good one on a "New" warrantied one