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Best Google Pixel 6 deals in September 2022

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Google Pixel 6 deals are out in full force. The flagship devices can be purchased at a fraction of their original cost, thanks to today's deals which take hundreds off Google's phones. However, keep in mind that the Google Pixel 7 could make its first appearance on October 6. That means, more Pixel 6 deals are on the way. 

The Google Store, Verizon, and AT&T are just a few of the retailers with Pixel 6 promos. However, one of the best Pixel 6 deals comes from AT&T, which is offering up to $800 off Pixel 6 Pro with trade-in and eligible data plan (opens in new tab).  

As a reminder, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro can be purchased for $599.99 and $899.99, respectively. Make sure to check out our Google Pixel 6 review and Google Pixel 6 Pro review for our hands-on reviews of the new flagships. You can also buy the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro through Pixel Pass; we've broken down what is Pixel Pass and if it's worth it

Also, make sure to check out our coverage of the best Google Pixel 6a deals.

Best Google Pixel 6 deals

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Google Pixel 6: free w/ new line + Unlimited @ Verizon (opens in new tab)
Currently at Verizon, buy a Pixel 6 with a new unlimited data plan and you'll get your phone for free. You'll need to make your purchase via monthly installments to get this deal. 

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Pixel 6 Pro deal: free $200 gift card @ Visible (opens in new tab)
Verizon-owned Visible is offering epic Pixel 6 deals right now. Simply purchase the Pixel 6a or Pixel 6 Pro, port your number to Visible, and you'll receive a free $200 or gift card with the Pixel 6a or a $150 card with the Pixel 6 Pro. Gift card options include Best Buy, Sephora, Amazon, and more. 

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Pixel 6: was $599 now $499 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Best Buy is now offering some of the best Pixel 6 deals of the summer. Currently, you can get the Pixel 6 for just $499. In our Pixel 6 review (opens in new tab), we called it the best Android experience for your money. 

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Google Pixel 6: $15/month w/ trade-in + unlimited @ AT&T (opens in new tab)
AT&T is offering epic Pixel 6 deals right now. Currently, the carrier has the Pixel 6 available for $15/month when you trade-in an eligible device and choose select unlimited plans. This deal is available for new and existing members. 

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Unlocked Google Pixel 6: was $599 now $491 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon has the unlocked Pixel 6 on sale for $491. That's the second-cheapest price we've seen for this unlocked model at Amazon. 

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Refurbished Google Pixel 6: was $599 now $459 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
Walmart is offering the refurbished Pixel 6 for $459. The unlocked phone is in excellent condition with little to no light scratches, scuffs, and no blemishes. 

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Unlocked Pixel 6: from $599 @ Google (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for unlocked Pixel 6 deals — the Google Store has its flagship at list price from $599 (or $24.96/month over 24 months). 

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Google Pixel 6: free with trade-in @ T-Mobile (opens in new tab)
The Magenta network has the most aggressive Pixel 6 deals we've seen. Trade in an eligible device and sign up for T-Mobile's Magenta Max plan and you'll get a free Pixel 6 (up to $900 off). Don't want a Magenta Max plan? Sign up for any T-Mobile plan and you'll get up to $450 off. 

Best Google Pixel 6 Pro deals

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Google Pixel 6 Pro: up to $800 off w/ unlimited @ Verizon (opens in new tab)
Verizon is taking up to $800 off when you purchase the phone and open a new line with any unlimited data plan. You'll need to make your purchase via a monthly installment plan. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro (128GB): was $899 now $649 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Google Pixel 6 Pro is now $250 off, the lowest price ever for Google's flagship phone. If you want a phone with a big beautiful screen, one of the best cameras around, and a solid day's battery life, this is a phenomenal deal, even with the rumored Google Pixel 7 on the way. And you can choose your own carrier with this unlocked phone. In our
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Google Pixel 6 Pro: up to $800 off w/ trade-in + unlimited @ AT&T (opens in new tab)
AT&T is also offering Pixel 6 Pro deals. Currently, the carrier is taking up to $800 off with an eligible trade-in. The deal is available for new and existing members. You must sign up for any AT&T unlimited plan to get this deal. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro (5G/128GB): was $899 now $699 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The flagship Google Pixel 6 Pro has dropped to a new all-time low price at Amazon: $699. This epic Android device packs a Google Tensor processor, 120Hz display, incredible camera array and a beautiful refreshed design. It's one of the best value smartphones on the market and thanks to this Amazon deal it's now an even better bargain. 

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Google Pixel 6 Pro: free with trade-in @ T-Mobile (opens in new tab)
The Un-carrier network is taking up to $900 off Pixel 6 Pro preorders when you trade in an eligible device and sign up for T-Mobile's Magenta Max plan. Don't want a Magenta Max plan? Sign up for any T-Mobile plan and you'll get up to $450 off. 

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Unlocked Pixel 6 Pro: from $899 @ Google (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for an unlocked Pixel 6 Pro, the Google Store has its flagship from $899 (or $37.46/month over 24 months). There are no Pixel 6 Pro deals at Google at the moment. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.