As of fall, the Pixel 6 Pro is still Google’s flagship phone, but if you’re lucky, Target (in the US) is aggressively discounting the device by up to $270.
In the past week, two reports surfaced that people at Target can buy the 128GB Pixel 6 Pro for $270 instead of $899, which is still the price online at the Google Store and other retailers (including the Target website).
Some – not all – Target stores put the Pixel 6 Pro on “clearance.” This appears to be happening at stores where inventory is running low (up to 1 or 2 devices).
The first report (from Florida) came on August 5. Notably, the initial clearance sale was $449.50 — or half that on the box — but it came in at $269.70 at the register.
Meanwhile, another report states that when checked last week, the Pixel 6 Pro was priced at $449.50. A week later (August 13), this Redditor was also able to buy it for $269.70.
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How can you get the Pixel 6 Pro for $270 at Target
It’s a ridiculously good deal for a solid phone and should make you jump on one if it’s available in your area. The Pixel 6 Pro packs a 6.7-inch 1440 x 3120 OLED (at 512 PPI and 120Hz) and a Google Tensor chip with 12GB of RAM.
The main rear lens is a 50MP Octa PD Quad Bayer Wide (82° FOV) camera paired with a 114° 12MP camera and 48 MP telephoto with 4x optical zoom, while there is an 11.1MP 94° ultrawide front-facing camera. The rear camera shoots up to 4K60 and the selfie camera is 4K30 or 1080p60.
Again, your mileage will vary. Check out Target’s Pixel 6 Pro listing here and check out stores in your area. google phone already sold out in most placesWhereas Stormy Black seems to be the only available color.
Your best bet for finding a clearance price is going to a Target store with low inventory: “Only 1-x left.” However, don’t be surprised if you see empty shelves. If you get the Pixel 6 Pro, go to the store and ask about the price. On clearance the units have a yellow sticker on the price of $270.
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