Folks in the US who are looking to buy a Google Pixel device are in luck as Google Store is about to kick off its Black Friday sale with some amazing discounts on their latest to oldest products. These discounts will be available on various devices, including the latest Pixel 8, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel Fold, starting November 16.

Note: Do note that the deals mentioned in this story may only be available for a limited period. Also, the prices may vary depending on where you are reading this story from. Product prices listed in this article correspond to the U.S.

Deals on latest Google Pixel devices

The Pixel 8 and 8 Pro are Google’s latest flagship smartphones that come with various alluring and exclusive features. If you are looking to grab one of these handsets, then this is the right time. The vanilla Pixel 8 can be yours for just $549, with a discount of $150. On the other hand, you can save $200 on the Pixel 8 Pro and get it for $799.


Google launched the Pixel Fold and Pixel Tablet earlier this year, and you can now get them at a discounted price in this Black Friday sale. The new deal on Google store brings a substantial discount of $400 on the Pixel Fold. Originally priced at $1799, you will be able to buy the Pixel Fold for just $1399 during this limited-time offer.

The Google Pixel Tablet, currently priced at $499, is powered by the Tensor G2 chipset and comes with a long-lasting battery, a charging dock that has additional speakers, an 11-inch big display, and more. Whether you’re a student, a power user, or simply looking for entertainment, this tablet caters to all your needs. With a discount of $100, the Pixel Tablet can be yours for $399 in the Black Friday sale.

Google Pixel 7a deal

If you are looking to buy an affordable Pixel phone, then this Pixel 7a deal is yours to grab. Google Store is offering this budget-friendly piece at $374 down from $499. With the discount of $125, this becomes an ideal deal that you can check out. Launched last year, Pixel 7a is still a choice for many thanks to its Tensor G2 SoC which is capable of outperforming any other smartphone offered at the same price.


Boosted Black Friday trade-ins

Until November 27, Google is enhancing trade-in values for the Pixel 8 Pro. Although the current values don’t exceed those during the initial October pre-order, they’re higher than the post-launch period. When factoring in the $200 discount, it results in a larger offer. These Black Friday/Cyber Monday trade-in values apply similarly to the Pixel 8.

Model Trade-in value
Pixel 7 Pro $315
Pixel 7 $280
Pixel 6a $220
Pixel 6 Pro $280
Pixel 6 $250
Pixel 5 $230
Pixel 4a $150
Pixel 4 XL $200
Pixel 4 $180
Pixel 6 Pro $150

Google Pixel Watch and Pixel Buds offers

Google is offering discounts on the Pixel Watch and Pixel Buds as well. Once the Black Friday deal on the Google Store kicks off, you can get the Pixel Watch at $299.99 after the discount of $80. So, if you are looking to buy a Google smartwatch, this deal is for you.

Furthermore, the upcoming deal also brings discounts on the Pixel Buds Pro and Buds A-Series. You can get the Pixel Buds Pro for $119.99 and the Pixel Buds A-Series for just $59, with discounts of $80 and $40 respectively.

Google’s enticing Black Friday deals don’t end here. Other than these aforementioned Pixel devices, there will be discounts on Google products such as Chromecast with Google TV, Nest Cam (Battery), Nest Wi-Fi Pro 3, and Nest Hub. The deals are set to start on November 16, so mark your calendars for a chance to snag these cutting-edge devices at irresistible prices. You can check out more such deals in our dedicated Google Pixel deals article for US.

Aashish Singh
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I developed a keen interest in technology ever since my school days. And writing about it keeps me closer to this fascinating world. When I’m not working you can catch me playing video games.

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