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Sams Club B&M purchase Google Pixel on Verizon DPP and get $200 Sam's Club Gift Card YMMV

Posted 01-05-2017 by drew2money at 06:01 PM
Saw sign in store tonight, but no rep was there to ask about. They didn't have a phone on display either.

They don't list on line..YMMV.

I know there have better deals..should I gotten one during the Best Buy sale..but this is the best I can find at this present time. May not see anymore crazy deals until the S8 is released in April.

No activation fee through Jan 16th.
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How much?
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How much?
Sorry, I don't have any more details.

it's normal price is $649. Sams normally goes with verizon's prices.

FYI, Verizon has increased their activation fee to $30.
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I know there have better deals..should I gotten one during the Best Buy sale..but this is the best I can find at this present time. May not see anymore crazy deals until the S8 is released in April.
This will stack with the Verizon Trade in deals.
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I got my Pixel for $240 during Best Buy Black Friday deal. No trade in and no gift cards. So this is not slick!
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You could buy a G2 off of swappa in good condition for about $80 and get $170 TIV for it, works out to be net of $90 off. So total with the $200 GC is $290 off. For the 32GB Pixel = $650 - $290 = $360 after bill credits for 2 years.

Of course you would also pay the $30 upgrade fee and sales tax on $650.

Quote from cdmoore74 View Post :
I got my Pixel for $240 during Best Buy Black Friday deal. No trade in and no gift cards. So this is not slick!
Do you have a time machine to transport us back in time?

The best deals are always on BF. But we can't go back in time. This is the best deal out there on the Pixel right now when you combine it with the Verizon trade in deals. There may be better deals in the future but if you need a phone now, that doesn't help you nor do the past deals help you.
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Last edited by EffTarget January 6, 2017 at 05:41 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Since when is the Pixel available in 256GB?

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It says so on VZW's website:
See screenshot:
http://screencast.com/t/aGNVwo7S

This may have some errors in it since I've never heard of the Pixel with 256GB and they gave the wrong name to the HTC 10 and mislabeled it as the HTC M10.
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Last edited by jobjohnny January 6, 2017 at 05:59 AM.
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Is this the best deal so far for pixel XL if you plan to pay off dpp and leave Verizon?
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Since when is the Pixel available in 256GB?
Good point, I copied that info directly from Verizon's site so they have it wrong.

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Is this the best deal so far for pixel XL if you plan to pay off dpp and leave Verizon?
If you are talking about the $200 GC, yes right now this is the only deal that allows you to pay off DPP and leave Verizon right away. But keep in mind, you will pay a $30 activation fee + taxes on that + service charge.

I would just buy directly from Google.
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Last edited by EffTarget January 6, 2017 at 05:59 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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It says so on VZW's website:
See screenshot:
http://screencast.com/t/aGNVwo7S
It's obviously a typo. I just updated my post.
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You could buy a G2 off of swappa in good condition for about $80 and get $170 TIV for it, works out to be net of $90 off. So total with the $200 GC is $290 off. For the 32GB Pixel = $650 - $290 = $360 after bill credits for 2 years.

Of course you would also pay the $30 upgrade fee and sales tax on $650.


Do you have a time machine to transport us back in time?

The best deals are always on BF. But we can't go back in time. This is the best deal out there on the Pixel right now when you combine it with the Verizon trade in deals. There may be better deals in the future but if you need a phone now, that doesn't help you nor do the past deals help you.
Just saying it at slick if it can't beat that price. And this deal doesn't even come close.
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Just saying it at slick if it can't beat that price. And this deal doesn't even come close.
No deal will ever come close to that CM deal again. BF/CM deals are always the best that is why people go crazy over them.

$360 + $30 upgrade fee is the slickest deal right now for the 32GB Pixel.
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No deal will ever come close to that CM deal again. BF/CM deals are always the best that is why people go crazy over them.

$360 + $30 upgrade fee is the slickest deal right now for the 32GB Pixel.
No activation fee through Jan 16th.
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No activation fee through Jan 16th.
Even better. These are the current trade in deals for the Pixel - ypu can do the trade in at a Verizon corporate store or submit it online at Verizon's trade in site after you get the Pixel activated on your line and the DPP is active.

Trade in:
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
HTC M10
LG G5
Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5

And get:
Pixel 32 GB for $10/mo
Pixel 128 GB for $14.17/mo
Pixel XL 32 GB for $15/mo
Pixel XL 128 GB for $20/mo


Trade in:
iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE
LG G4, LG V10
HTC M9
Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note4
Droid Maxx 2, Droid Turbo 2

And get:
Pixel 32 GB for $15/mo
Pixel 128 GB for $19.17/mo
Pixel XL 32 GB for $20/mo
Pixel XL 128 GB for $25/mo


Trade in:
iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s
Galaxy S4
LG G3, LG G2
HTC M8, HTC M7
Droid Maxx, Droid Turbo

And get:
Pixel 32 GB for $20/mo
Pixel 128 GB for $24.17/mo
Pixel XL 32 GB for $25/mo
Pixel XL 128 GB for $30/mo


Device payment purchase req'd. Less up to $409.99 trade-in credit applied to account over 24 mos; begins w/in 2-3 cycles & ends when balance is paid or line terminated/transferred; 0% APR. Trade-in must be in good, working & cosmetic condition.
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Picked up an HTC M7 for $50. The trade in is $8, the promotional value is $162.
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