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Target: Pixel 2 64GB $200, Pixel 2 XL $400 on Verizon DPP

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Target is offering $500 off on both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL when you finance on Verizon DPP. This is for both new lines and upgrades. It shows as $500 off on the website and does not say anything about it being a monthly credit, but I have not been to the store to confirm. Valid through Saturday February 16.

Pixel 2 - $199.99
https://shopmobile.target.com/sit...oductId=91

Pixel 2 XL- $399.99
https://shopmobile.target.com/sit...oductId=88
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Requires new line of service with device financing. Promotion requires order to be completed in store before end of day Saturday (store hours vary).

Promotions, terms & restrictions subject to change & may be modified or terminated at any time without notice.

On a new line of service for qualified guests
$8.34/mo was 29.17/mo
reg. price: $199.99 orig: 699.99
$0 down (for qualified customers) $8.34/mo. for 24 months. 0% APR Estimated pricing for qualified guests with credit approval. Monthly price excludes taxes and fees. You will be able to select your choice of Installment after adding device to cart. Activation fee/line: $30. Subject to Verizon Wireless Agreements, Calling Plan & credit approval. If customer cancels service, the remaining balance of the device will be due.
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Requires new line of service with device financing. Promotion requires order to be completed in store before end of day Saturday (store hours vary).

Promotions, terms & restrictions subject to change & may be modified or terminated at any time without notice.

On a new line of service for qualified guests
$8.34/mo was 29.17/mo
reg. price: $199.99 orig: 699.99
$0 down (for qualified customers) $8.34/mo. for 24 months. 0% APR Estimated pricing for qualified guests with credit approval. Monthly price excludes taxes and fees. You will be able to select your choice of Installment after adding device to cart. Activation fee/line: $30. Subject to Verizon Wireless Agreements, Calling Plan & credit approval. If customer cancels service, the remaining balance of the device will be due.
So a bill credit literally.
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No stores have it in stock and can't place an online order for pickup.
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tax on $199 or $699 ?
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So a bill credit literally.
What part of the quoted statement indicates a bill credit? The monthly related information looks like the device payment plan (DPP). I don't see anything there that says the payment is reduced by a bill credit.
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What part of the quoted statement indicates a bill credit? The monthly related information looks like the device payment plan (DPP). I don't see anything there that says the payment is reduced by a bill credit.
"If customer cancels service, the remaining balance of the device will be due.". Same shit different wording.
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No stores have it in stock and can't place an online order for pickup.

If you just search the item and look for store stock they are all empty. If you go through their online phone department and check upgrade availability they suddenly all have the phones instock. YMMV?
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"If customer cancels service, the remaining balance of the device will be due.". Same shit different wording.
I don't read the statement as meaning bill credits. I read it as if I finance a $200 phone with 24 payments of $8 then cancel service after 2 months ($16) i will have to pay off the remaining balance of $184.
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If you just search the item and look for store stock they are all empty. If you go through their online phone department and check upgrade availability they suddenly all have the phones instock. YMMV?
When I checked my area (South Florida, 33029) I showed 15 stores with 2 XL in stock and 12 stores with the 2 in stock. I didnt have to specify new line or upgrade.
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So a bill credit literally.
Actually no. It was an instant offer. Although a device agreement was required. Target tried to reduce inventory
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I don't read the statement as meaning bill credits. I read it as if I finance a $200 phone with 24 payments of $8 then cancel service after 2 months ($16) i will have to pay off the remaining balance of $184.
That's how I read it too.
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Is anyone able to place order online for store pickup?
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These were ~$50 less last week. Not just for new lines, upgrades get this pricing too, plus it's not bill credits. You can pay off the balance after 14 days. I saw the deal last Saturday evening and went to a Target to pick up the Pixel 2 for $151 + tax (on full retail) + $30 activation fee. I believe the Pixel 2 XL were $361 last week.
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Picked up a Pixel 2 at Target in St Paul today. Took $500 off at the register and the monthly payment with Verizon is $7.42 with no bill credits.
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