Google Store Promo Codes for June 2024

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Google Store: grab Google Pixel Buds Pro today from $104

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Google Store: claim 3 months of YouTube Premium when you purchase a Google Pixel 8

Ends: Sun, Dec 15, 2024
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Google Store: buy the Google Chromecast from $59

Ends: Sat, Aug 31, 2024
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Google Store: grab a Pixel Tablet from $899

Ends: Tue, Dec 31, 2024
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Google Store: score a huge $300 off the Pixel Tablet

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Google Store: shave $200 off your Pixel Watch 2 purchase

Ends: Sun, Jul 7, 2024
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Google Store: buy the Google Pixel 8 from $1,199

Ends: Fri, Jan 31, 2025
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Google Store: score the Google Pixel Watch from $449

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Google Store: buy the new Pixel 8a from $849

Ends: Thu, Jul 31, 2025
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Google Store: Grab the Pixel 8 Pro for only $1,099

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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FAQs

Does the Google Store offer free shipping?

Yes — the Google Store offers free standard shipping on all orders across Australia. 

Does the Google Store price match?

Yes — Google will price match against select Australian retailers, such as JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman and The Good Guys. You can check out how on the company's dedicated price match page

Additionally, if you've purchased a product from the Google Store that has since decreased in price during the 14-day return period, you may be eligible for a partial refund to match the lower price. You can also apply for a ‘price match refund’ after you order from the Google Store if you find a better price within the return period.

Does the Google Store offer student discounts?

Yes — the Google Store does offer student discounts via Unidays. You'll need to log in to your Unidays portal and verify your student status to qualify for education pricing. 


Hints & tips

Trade in your old phone for store credit: If you have an old Pixel phone that you can trade-in, you could get up to AU$350 back depending on the device and its condition. Google also accepts devices from other brands, including Apple and Samsung, and the money you earn back can be used towards purchasing a new product at the Google Store. 

Shop during sales: Google holds multiple sales events annually, offering discounts on select products. Some of these events fall in peak sales seasons, like Boxing Day and Black Friday, but discounts can appear outside of these times, too. So if you're looking to snag a better deal on a Pixel 8 Pro or another Google device, keep an eye on the Google Store Offers page


How to use Google Store promo codes

1. Select a Google Store promo code above and click "Get Code" to reveal it.

2. Copy the code, and head to the Google Store website to start shopping. 

3. Add the items you want to purchase to your shopping cart, then click on the cart in the top right-hand corner of the page when you’re ready to checkout. 

4. Review your order and find the box to paste your promo code to apply it.

5. Your order total should be updated to the discounted amount. If it doesn’t, it likely means the code you have used has either expired or is not valid for the product(s) you have chosen.


How we source coupon codes

The coupons you’ll find on Tom’s Guide have been sourced by our dedicated coupons team, who use the web, our relationships with retailers and our affiliate networks to find the latest codes. The offers on each coupon page are updated every few days to ensure we feature the freshest ways to save, and our commercial team (based in Sydney) also sources exclusive codes and sales info directly from some of the biggest retailers in Australia.

How we test coupon codes 

All the coupon codes we list on our pages have been tested by our coupons team to check they work as intended before they’ve been uploaded. You’ll find a wide range of coupons on Tom’s Guide, including free shipping offers, student discounts, and savings on various kinds of products. 

Unless otherwise noted, to ensure that all listed discount codes are available to use, we don’t include any one-time use or user-specific coupons. We also provide as much information as we can to keep things as clear as possible — any expiry dates or terms and conditions will be listed alongside the code. Look for the ‘Terms & Conditions’ text — you’ll be able to click this to expand this section for more details.

What to do if a discount code doesn’t work 

We take care to only list tried and tested discount codes on our pages, so all coupons should be active and confer the listed discount or deal. However, although we keep up to date with expiry dates and any terms and conditions, sometimes retailers change these before we can update our pages. 

Should a code fail to work as expected, check you meet any listed requirements. These can include minimum spends, multibuy offers, or product-specific promotions (such as "10% off selected tablets"). You can view all associated requirements by clicking “View terms and conditions” below your code.

If this does not solve your issue, you can contact our customer service team by emailing ecommau@futurenet.com. Make sure to let us know which coupon you were trying to use and which page this was listed on, and we’ll be in touch to help as soon as possible.

How we make money 

Tom’s Guide makes money from discount codes through a commission-based model. We have agreements in place with each retailer on our site – for every purchase made using one of our coupons or deals, we earn a small percentage of the order total back in commission.

Thanks to this model, we can save our readers money without charging you a thing. You won’t pay a cent to get the discounts listed on our pages, so whichever code or deal you choose, you’ll get exactly what it says on the tin. 

If you're looking for more information on Tom's Guide coupons, you can also read more about How We Source Coupon Codes and How to Use Them on our dedicated page.

Lucy Scotting
Staff Writer

Lucy Scotting is a digital content writer for Tom’s Guide in Australia, primarily covering NBN and internet-related news. Lucy started her career writing for HR and staffing industry publications, with articles covering emerging tech, business and finance. In her spare time, Lucy can be found watching sci-fi movies, working on her dystopian fiction novel or hanging out with her dog, Fletcher.

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About Google Store

In 2016, search giant Google debuted its very first Pixel smartphone, which helped cement the once web-only company's presence in the tech hardware space. Having previously worked with hardware makers on a series of Android devices under the Nexus name, the Pixel was the first Google phone where both the software and hardware were designed by Google in-house, and ignited a growing range of Pixel-branded products, including Pixel watches, Pixelbooks, Pixel Tablets and Pixel Buds. Outside of Pixel products, the company also offers its own range of smart home devices such as Google Home smart speakers and displays, Chromecast adapters and more.The official Google Store has become the online home for purchasing the company's devices and accessories, including the latest Pixel smartphone models like the Pixel 8 and the Pixel 8 Pro. The newest editions of the Pixel phones have grown remarkably since its original launch, with the 8 and 8 Pro adding advanced new Google AI capabilities, updated camera systems and user-focused software. Google's dedication to innovation, user experience and quality helps it stand out among the sea of other tech products and competitors — namely Apple and Samsung —  in the smartphone, wearables and smart home spaces. 

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Lucy Scotting Lucy Scotting Staff Writer

Lucy Scotting is a digital content writer for Tom’s Guide in Australia, primarily covering NBN and internet-related news. Lucy started her career writing for HR and staffing industry publications, with articles covering emerging tech, business and finance. In her spare time, Lucy can be found watching sci-fi movies, working on her dystopian fiction novel or hanging out with her dog, Fletcher.