Google.com Google Store Back to School Sale: Up to $200.00 Off Google Pixel, $20.00 Off Google Home, $10.00 Off Chromecast Ultra + More Up to $200 Off Google Pixel Smartphones + More!

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Save on the latest gadgets from Google during the Google Store Back to School Sale, because you can take up to $200.00 off select Google products including the Google Pixel, Google Home, Chromecast and more!

Plus, you'll get a free Daydream View VR headset (regularly $99.00) with the purchase of any Google Pixel -- simply add both products to your cart and the discount will be applied automatically.

We've listed each product from the sale below.

Cell Phones

Home Theatre and Audio

Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

The Google Store Back to School Sale is effective online only until August 20 at 2:59 AM EST. The Google Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • fallen022 wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 6:56 pm
      ...trying to decide to wait for Pixel 2 or not.
      Pixel 2 will not have an audio jack if that sways your decision. Certainly would sway mine.
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    • Current Pixel eol is Oct 2019. So you if security patches is what you are after, there is only 2 year life left.

      Also it doesn't support band 66 if you are with Freedom.
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    • american pricing correct?
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    • blazed16 wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 9:50 pm
      american pricing correct?
      it's CAD
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    • Tplink onhub for 129.99 for those that missed the Asus onhub for 99.99 I guess
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    • Xtrema wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 8:39 pm
      Current Pixel eol is Oct 2019. So you if security patches is what you are after, there is only 2 year life left.

      Also it doesn't support band 66 if you are with Freedom.
      Freedompop?
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    • Xtrema wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 8:39 pm
      Current Pixel eol is Oct 2019. So you if security patches is what you are after, there is only 2 year life left.

      Also it doesn't support band 66 if you are with Freedom.
      Xtrema,
      Off topic.
      Do you by any chance know the end of life for S7? Can't find any info on my Google search.
      Thanks.
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    • patroniton wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 8:29 pm
      Pixel 2 will not have an audio jack if that sways your decision. Certainly would sway mine.
      only the Pixel 2 (the smaller one) has been confirmed, the Pixel 2 XL might still contain the headphone jack. there's still hope.
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    • Xtrema wrote:
      Aug 6th, 2017 8:39 pm
      Current Pixel eol is Oct 2019. So you if security patches is what you are after, there is only 2 year life left.

      Also it doesn't support band 66 if you are with Freedom.
      This is how you build a well oiled money machine. Build on consumer fear. Customers are afraid of running an unpatched phone so they end up upgrading their phone every 2 years. Google should do better. Especially since it is also bad for the environment to make phones obsolete so quickly. Laptop hardware is supported for much longer. Why are phones treated differently? WTF Google

      Google also had a project called ara that would let you change out specific components of your phone but they halted the project last year. My initial thought is they don't want to break their well oiled money machine.
      https://atap.google.com/ara/
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    • Thanks OP! Bought an OnHub at a decent price.
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    • RedStrikeCa wrote:
      Aug 7th, 2017 5:47 am
      This is how you build a well oiled money machine. Build on consumer fear. Customers are afraid of running an unpatched phone so they end up upgrading their phone every 2 years. Google should do better. Especially since it is also bad for the environment to make phones obsolete so quickly. Laptop hardware is supported for much longer. Why are phones treated differently? WTF Google

      Google also had a project called ara that would let you change out specific components of your phone but they halted the project last year. My initial thought is they don't want to break their well oiled money machine.
      https://atap.google.com/ara/
      Google provides 3 yrs of security updates (not 2). I don't think the average consumer cares about security patches or even wants to keep their phone for even 3 yrs so this is not an issue.
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    • CheapMang wrote:
      Aug 7th, 2017 10:23 am
      Google provides 3 yrs of security updates (not 2). I don't think the average consumer cares about security patches or even wants to keep their phone for even 3 yrs so this is not an issue.
      Unfortunately its 3-years from the release, not 3-years from your purchase.
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    • luthair wrote:
      Aug 7th, 2017 10:51 am
      Unfortunately its 3-years from the release, not 3-years from your purchase.
      That's the trade off that you make. You save $200 on your pixel and get one year less of updates. Who would pay full price for a 1 yr old phone when they can a newer generation phone for the same price?
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    • That is hot. It seems like everything on sale in the google store. Good value for the Pixel. Thanks.
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    • Koodo deal is cheaper though???
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    • This is actually a pretty horrible value for the pixel. The US Google store is also $200 off (USD) but only $200 (cdn) off in Canada. Which means that if you're looking for the 32gb Pixel XL in Canada it'll cost you $849 CDN. same phone in the states is $569 USD. Converted that is ~ $720 CDN. So $130 CDN difference. Good deal for those with Amerifriends. Not so much for us.
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    • +16? Why? Bad deal.
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    • The koodo deal is cheaper, but it's also lots of work to do. You have to call in multiple times to cancel the plan or to port out your number to some other carrier. Also need to wait for the final bill to confirm that no activation fee claw back or any worries about Koodo might do credit check on credit card.

      Even though the Google deal sounds horrible (32GB for $774 before tax !?), it's a simple worry-free route for some people.
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    • CheapMang wrote:
      Aug 7th, 2017 11:14 am
      That's the trade off that you make. You save $200 on your pixel and get one year less of updates. Who would pay full price for a 1 yr old phone when they can a newer generation phone for the same price?
      .... I realize that, your post was incorrectly stating you'd have 3-years of support
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