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After half a year of teases and leaks, Google's Pixel 7 series is finally here in our hands and in stores. With impressive cameras, brighter displays, and mildly better battery life (at least on the Pixel 7), these phones are two of the best Android phones of 2022. Google has finally justified the Pixel 7 Pro's $900 price tag with small but wonderful camera improvements and a brighter screen. If you are looking to get your hands on the latest Pixels, check out the best Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro deals to save some money.


Where is the Google Pixel available?

Google launched the Pixel 7 series on October 13 after a brief preorder window from October 6-12. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are now available in the following countries:

  • US
  • Canada
  • United Kingdom
  • India
  • France
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • Australia
  • Taiwan

The best deals for the Google Pixel 7


In the US, the launch price of the Pixel 7 is the same as the Pixel 6, $599, though Verizon and AT&T's variants with mmWave are $699. The entry-level model ships with 128GB storage, but you can get a 256GB model for $699 — but you cannot get a 256GB AT&T model. The 256GB Verizon model will run you $799 without any trade-ins or deals — which is why you'll want to take any discount you can get.

Google Pixel 7 in Lemongrass
Source: Google
Google Pixel 7

Google's compact flagship, the Pixel 7, packs a 25% brighter display, a more efficient Tensor G2 chip, improved cameras, and plenty of new software trickery. With all these improvements, the Pixel 7 easily justifies its price tag.

Google Store

Google's official launch day deal has ended, but trade-in values still seem to be in about the same place for most devices. You can get $490 trading in a Pixel 6, $400 for a Pixel 5, roughly $300 for the Pixel 4, $385 for a Galaxy S20, $450 for a Galaxy S21, $475 for a Galaxy Z Flip 3, or $520 for a Galaxy S22, if you're sick of Samsung and want to swap over to Pixel.


During preorders and the first week and a half of the Pixel 7's launch, Amazon was throwing in $100 gift cards with the purchase of the Pixel 7 if you selected the gift card bundle option on the product listing, but that deal has ended — for now — and those bundles are back to $700. I wouldn't be surprised to see a deal like this return near Black Friday, or for Amazon to skip the gift cards and discount the phone directly, but for now, you'll be paying full price at Amazon.


You can get the Pixel 7 free from AT&T, provided you have a Google Pixel 4, Samsung Galaxy S9, Apple iPhone 8, or a newer phone available for trade-in. The offer is only applicable to new and existing subscribers on selected Unlimited plans. You can get the smaller Pixel in either 128GB or 256GB storage from AT&T.


Like Amazon and Best Buy, Target was offering a $100 gift card with the purchase of a Pixel 7, but that deal has expired for now. You can still knock about 5% off the price with Target's RedCard credit card if you have one, though. It's only an extra $30 off, but every bit helps, right?


T-Mobile currently has three offers for consumers to choose from:

  • If you're on a Magenta Max plan, you can get a Pixel 7 for free with an eligible trade-in.
  • If you activate a new line on an "eligible plan" on your account, you can get a Pixel 7 for $99 without having to trade in anything.
  • Other customers can trade in a phone to get $300 off the Pixel 7.


Verizon will give you the Pixel 7 for free if you trade in your existing smartphone. The discount will vary depending on how old the phone you are trading in is, but the carrier is also accepting broken ones. You must be on a qualified Unlimited plan to claim this offer, though. If you need two phones, Verizon is offering buy-one-get-one-free for the Pixel 7. You can also get a Google Pixel Watch for $5 a month with the purchase of a Pixel 7 if you're looking for a complete set of Pixel awesomeness.

The best deals for the Google Pixel 7 Pro


The Pixel 7 Pro starts at $899 for all 128GB models, including the mmWave-added AT&T and Verizon versions. While 256GB and 512GB models are available at $999 and $1,099, AT&T is limited to 128GB and Verizon is limited to 128GB and 256GB.

Pixel 7 Pro in Hazel
Source: Google
Google Pixel 7 Pro
$749 $899 Save $150

Google's flagship Pixel 7 Pro packs a faster and more efficient Tensor G2 chip, an improved telephoto camera with up to 30x SuperRes Zoom, and all-day battery life. Add in the software improvements, and the Pixel 7 Pro is a worthy successor to last year's Pixel 6 Pro.

Google Store

Google may have ended its official enhanced trade-in deal, but trade-in values are still pretty generous compared to outlets like Best Buy. The iPhone 13 Pro Max and the Galaxy S22 Ultra can get $850 or more depending on your configuration, while the rest of the Galaxy S22 and S21 series are worth around $450-$550. The Pixel 6 Pro will get you $500 towards a Pixel 7 Pro if you're upgrading to that brighter screen and sexy Hazel color.


Amazon was throwing in $200 gift cards with Pixel 7 preorders and launch week purchases, but that's expired, so you'll be paying list price at Amazon between now and whenever we get our first Black Friday sale on the Pixel 7 Pro. In years past they've knocked $100 off around Cyber Monday, but I'm not sure what the discount will be this year amid all this. (gesticulates wildly at the world)


AT&T is ready to shave $800 off the Pixel 7 Pro if you trade in a Pixel 4 or newer phone. That's some significant savings, though the offer is only available for select AT&T unlimited plans. And unlike on the Google Store, you can only get the Pixel 7 Pro with 128GB storage from the carrier.


If you're a Target RedCard user, you can take an extra 5% off your purchase (about $45). Target was offering a gift card with purchase like Amazon and Best Buy, but that's expired.


You can save up to $800 off on the Pixel 7 Pro, which will be adjusted over 24 monthly bill credits. You will have to trade in an eligible phone to get the discount, though. And if you are on the Business Unlimited Advanced, Ultimate, or Ultimate+ plan, you can get up to $600 off on the Pixel 7 Pro when you add a new line.

If you don't trade in any phone, you will have to pay $37.50/month over 24 months for the Pixel 7 Pro. Do note that T-Mobile is only selling the Pixel 7 Pro with 128GB storage.


Verizon is running a BOGO offer on the Pixel 7 Pro, saving you up to $700 on the second unit if you are on a qualified Unlimited plan. If you're switching two lines to the carrier, you can get a $400 eCard, too. The carrier will also give you $100 off on the Pixel Buds Pro if you add them to the cart with your 7 Pro purchase.

If you switch to Verizon or add a new line, you can get up to $700 off on the Pixel 7 Pro for trading in your existing phone. As a bonus, Verizon is also offering a $200 eCard to new customers. Unlike AT&T and T-Mobile, you can get the Pixel 7 Pro with 256GB storage on Verizon.