Amazon’s Pixel 4 Preorders Are Now Open; Get a Free $100 Gift Card With No Extra Fee or Expiration Date
While carriers and various online stores in the U.S. opened their Pixel 4 preorders earlier, Amazon has also started taking reservations for Google’s latest flagship family. The e-commerce giant has an offer that will entice a whole lot of customers, which it probably will considering the amount of sales Amazon garners annually. If you place a Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL preorder through Amazon, you’ll get a $100 gift card. So what are the perks of this freebie?
For one thing, the $100 gift card does not come with any free or expiration date, so you can use it anytime you wish. Do keep in mind that there are no returns or refunds on these gift cards, but when you can redeem it towards millions of items listed on Amazon, why would you even opt for a refund? So how do you use it? Simple. Just scan and redeem any gift card with a mobile or tablet using the Amazon app.
As for the release date, Amazon is expected to start shipping these Pixel 4 preorders starting October 21. On the Google Store, you’re expected to receive your product by October 24, so if you want it a little earlier, it’s best to reserve a model of your choice through Amazon. If you want to preorder a Pixel 4 or a Pixel 4 XL through a different online store or carrier, we’ve compiled an entire list for customers residing in the U.S. so you don’t have to look anywhere else.
Additionally, you can find out more about the two models and how they fare against the Pixel 3 XL by checking out our detailed comparison here. We’ve also included a list of the best Pixel 4 features that you should look forward to. Furthermore, if you don’t want to spend the extra money right now, you’ll be pleased to know that Google hasn’t discontinued the Pixel 3 or the Pixel 3 XL, with the previous-gen smartphone range starting from $499, giving customers more value in return.
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