Amazon is now selling the Google Pixel 7 Pro for just $749, if you get those orders in soon. This deal doesn’t require that you enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons, but there’s a catch – we don’t know when the deal will end.
With Black Friday just around the corner, it’s possible this deal could come to an end at any moment. If picking up a bargain Pixel 7 Pro is on your list of things to do today, act now before it’s too late.
Amazon would normally sell the Pixel 7 Pro for around $900, making this a deal that will now save you $150 and 17%. You even get to choose from three different colors, so be sure to pick the one that best suits your style before ordering anything.
Buy: Google Pixel 7 Pro – 5G Android Phone – Unlocked Smartphone from Amazon: $749 | Original price: $900
At the time of writing, the Pixel 7 Pro only has a handful of reviews because it is so new, perhaps telling you how surprising it is that Amazon is discounting this thing so soon. The Pixel 7 Pro comes with a Google Tensor G2 chip inside and is fully unlocked to work on Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and other major carriers. The 6.7-inch display supports a 120Hz refresh rate and you can expect more than 24 hours on a single charge, apparently.
Remember – this deal could come to an end at any moment so order your bargain Pixel 7 Pro now if you want to avoid missing out.
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