Amazon is now selling the Google Pixel 6a for just $299 and you don’t need to do anything special either.
All that’s required from you right now is to place your order without entering any discount codes or clipping any coupons. But, remember that Amazon hasn’t said when the deal will end which means that it could happen at any time. Delay, and there’s a chance that you could miss out on this great phone at a great price.
Amazon would normally sell the Google Pixel 6a for around $450 which means that the deal is worth 33% and $150 off that price. Place your order now and you could have your new phone this weekend too.
Buy: Google Pixel 6a – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone with 12 Megapixel Camera from Amazon: $299 | Original price: $450
Privacy and security are built in to your phone; the Titan M2 chip and the Google Tensor security core add an extra layer of hardware security to help make your Pixel phone more resilient to attacks
At the time of writing, the Google Pixel 6a has more than 1,170 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.2 stars out of a possible five. It’s easy to see why the Pixel 6a is so well-received as well. Thanks to its Google Tensor chip, you can expect top performance, while support for fast charging means you’ll get hours of use from a few minutes on the charger.
Add in support for all the major U.S. carriers and you have a winning ticket. Just remember that this price might not stick around for long and that you need to act now to secure it.
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