Woot drops the price of a refurbished Google Pixel to as low as $355

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

The Google Pixel 2 is likely right around the corner, which means now may not appear to be the best time to buy the original Google Pixel, right? Well, it is still a good time to buy, but probably not a brand new one. Whether you are unimpressed by the leaked images and specs of the upcoming Pixel, or just want to have an extra original one for a backup, you won't want to miss this one-day deal.

Woot currently has refurbished unlocked versions of the Verizon variant for as little as $349.99 (opens in new tab) (plus a mandatory $5 shipping fee). You can pick between black and silver in both 32GB and 128GB, though we expect that will change as the day progresses. The Pixel is either $349.99 or $399.99, depending on whether you want 32GB or 128GB. The Pixel XL starts at $399.99 for 32GB and goes up to $449.99 for the 128GB.

There is a limit of 3 per customer, and this deal is only available today (if it even lasts that long!). If there is a Pixel configuration that you've been eyeing, you'll want to snatch it up as quickly as you can, or else someone may do it before you.

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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.
  • $449.99 for the 128GB Pixel XL is a pretty great deal imo.
  • I agree, I bought one for a little less (as a refurb) a while back and <3 it. Don't even care about the bootloader.
  • Can't root the Verizon version.
    Bet that the non-V version will be on sale as soon as the Pixel 2 is released
  • on sale where? In the past, Google has just removed the listing from its store.
  • Yeah, it looks like they are sold out (conveniently so it seems)
  • Wow that is a nice deal. I paid too much a week or so ago.
  • Tax kills it...
  • Ooh that's a great point. What I paid doesn't look as bad anymore.
  • Tax on this is still less than tax on a new one. Sadly, it's an unavoidable expense from most places.
  • To be clear you should be self assessing tax if you buy through a retailer that has no Nexus in your state. Ofc not applicable to 2nd hand market like swappa tho.
  • arg no 128Gb left for the xl, the only one I would consider. 32gb is a joke and I don't know why google ever put that in.