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T-Mobile / Verizon 128GB Google Pixel 6 w/ New or Existing Plan Activation EXPIRED

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Best Buy offers new and existing T-Mobile & Verizon Customers: Google Pixel 6 Series 5G Smartphones on sale starting at $199.99 when you Activate Today on an upgrade-eligible existing line or new line with T-Mobile postpaid (plans from $65/month) or Verizon postpaid (plans from $75/month). Select free store pickup where stock permits.

Thanks to community member MrVi for finding this deal.
  • Note: Availability for store pickup is limited and may vary by location.
Available options:
  • Google Pixel 6
    • T-Mobile w/ Existing Line (upgrade eligible) or New Line (new plan sign-ups start at $65/month)
      • 128GB (Stormy Black)
        • $199.99 (one-time payment) w/ Activate Today
        • or finance at $8.33/month for 24 months w/ Monthly Installments
    • Verizon w/ Existing Line (upgrade eligible) or New Line (new plan sign-ups start at $75/month)
      • 128GB (Stormy Black)
        • $199.99 (one-time payment) w/ Activate Today
        • or finance at $5.55/month for 36 months w/ Device Payment Plan
      • 256GB (Stormy Black)
        • $299.99 (one-time payment) w/ Activate Today
        • or finance at $8.33/month for 36 months w/ Device Payment Plan
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro
    • T-Mobile w/ Existing Line (upgrade eligible) or New Line (new plan sign-ups start at $65/month)
      • 128GB (Stormy Black)
        • $399.99 (one-time payment) w/ Activate Today
        • or finance at $16.66/month for 24 months w/ Monthly Installments
    • Verizon w/ Existing Line (upgrade eligible) or New Line (new plan sign-ups start at $75/month)
      • 128GB
        • Stormy Black
        • Sorta Sunny
          • $399.99 (one-time payment) w/ Activate Today
          • or finance at $11.11/month for 36 months w/ Device Payment Plan
Details:
  • You may also trade-in a select, qualifying smartphone towards the purchase of this device (see the Trade-In Value calculator during checkout for further details).
  • Your order will qualify to receive a Free 3-Month YouTube Premium subscription with purchase (added to cart automatically; offer redeemable by new YouTube Premium subscribers only).

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    • This deal for the Google Pixel 6 is $400 off (66.67% savings) the listed retail price of $599.99.
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    • These devices qualify for Best Buy's 14-day return policy (see details). Carrier terms may apply.
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199.99 (Activate Today) One-time payment or $8.33/mo.per month for 24 months


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shittybooty asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 02:32 PM
09-27-2022 at 02:32 PM
discount price
09-27-2022 at 04:38 PM
$15, sales price with the one time payment.
$55, full price with the payment plan.
prvns asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 11:59 AM
09-27-2022 at 11:59 AM
40 days of service, so 2 months for all intents and purposes.
10-06-2022 at 11:45 PM
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sjbckc21 asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 10:51 AM
09-27-2022 at 11:42 AM
Yes if you are on Magenta Max
TheBliz asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 11:59 AM
09-27-2022 at 11:59 AM
The $100 trade boost from last week seems to have expired, unfortunately. So the iPhone SE (2) is back down to $90, for example.

For what it's worth, BB gives out more in trade value for a used Pixel 6 ($230) than it charges for a new one ($200).
dirtykooldogg asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 02:33 PM
09-27-2022 at 02:33 PM
No extra cost, no new line required. You can give it away, but it's carrier locked to TMobile (possibly for 40 days; you may need to call in to unlock it).
tlowing asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 02:36 PM
09-27-2022 at 02:36 PM
Pretty sure you can, this isn't a special trade in deal, it's just a deal for any postpaid TMobile subscriber buying a phone outright.

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Nova launcher sold out to an ad agency/ data mining company. All of their 1 star reviews were deleted by Google. I wouldn't recommend that launcher to anyone anymore.
This isn't a terrible deal, but I'm not entirely happy with my Pixel 6.

It's so frustrating because it is a great phone marred by some really annoying things. I've had it since launch and it's already out for repair right now because the screen is delaminating. The previous update to this newest one destroyed the battery life. I'm talking a full day battery down to around 2-3 hours. They fixed it with a subsequent update, but these are just two examples of how bumpy this ride is.

I dunno, maybe it's just indicative of how everything just is right now.

edit: Wow, Google is sending my phone back without repairing it as they've "found no issue". absolutely abysmal
Garbage phone. I've had it for about 8 months now. Battery doesn't last as much as advertised, it overheats easily just after browsing Fb or youtube.
I don't recommend it.

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This isn't a terrible deal, but I'm not entirely happy with my Pixel 6.

It's so frustrating because it is a great phone marred by some really annoying things. I've had it since launch and it's already out for repair right now because the screen is delaminating. The previous update to this newest one destroyed the battery life. I'm talking a full day battery down to around 2-3 hours. They fixed it with a subsequent update, but these are just two examples of how bumpy this ride is.

I dunno, maybe it's just indicative of how everything just is right now.

edit: Wow, Google is sending my phone back without repairing it as they've "found no issue". absolutely abysmal
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This isn't a terrible deal, but I'm not entirely happy with my Pixel 6.

It's so frustrating because it is a great phone married by some really annoying things. I've had it since launch and it's already out for repair right now because the screen is delaminating. The previous update to this newest one destroyed the battery life. I'm talking a full day battery down to around 2-3 hours. They fixed it with a subsequent update, but these are just two examples of how bumpy this ride is.

I dunno, maybe it's just indicative of how everything just is right now.

I would put a little more effort into your post though. You're getting down voted because you need to include the information that this is 24months of payments and not just an outright purchase.
appreciate your feedback
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Pixel 6 Pro @ 399
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This isn't a terrible deal, but I'm not entirely happy with my Pixel 6.

It's so frustrating because it is a great phone married by some really annoying things. I've had it since launch and it's already out for repair right now because the screen is delaminating. The previous update to this newest one destroyed the battery life. I'm talking a full day battery down to around 2-3 hours. They fixed it with a subsequent update, but these are just two examples of how bumpy this ride is.

I dunno, maybe it's just indicative of how everything just is right now.

I would put a little more effort into your post though. You're getting down voted because you need to include the information that this is 24months of payments and not just an outright purchase.
But you can do a $200 outright purchase for it though?
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But you can do a $200 outright purchase for it though?
Looks like it. I didn't notice it at first so I can only assume others are missing that as well.

Pixel 6 Pro also on sale for $500 off. $399 one time payment. I think that's the better deal here
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New Samsung (fold, flip or top S line ) + a few google apps + nova launcher = best android experience by far
Nova launcher sold out to an ad agency/ data mining company. All of their 1 star reviews were deleted by Google. I wouldn't recommend that launcher to anyone anymore.
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My 6P battery is so bad. I'm at about 20% around 2pm
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Garbage phone. I've had it for about 8 months now. Battery doesn't last as much as advertised, it overheats easily just after browsing Fb or youtube.
I don't recommend it.
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Does this require a new line? It seems like it wants to go through an activation process in order to purchase.
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Got it! Thanks!
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New line not needed if you have an Tmobile account. Just upgraded device to existing line. They will verify your Tmobile account though
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So just to be clear you either need T-Mobile to upgrade the device on an existing line, or you need to add a new line on T-Mobile right? If the latter, how long do you have to keep the line before canceling?
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