With several months passed since the release of the Pixel and Pixel XL, it looks like some attractive deals are going to continue, at least till we see a successor getting unveiled during Q2 2017. Google has given you the opportunity to become a Google Home owner with the purchase of a Pixel XL smartphone, but there is no telling when the stock will get exhausted so make your move as fast as possible.
Both Pixel XL and Google Home Must Be Added to the Shopping Cart From the Google Store in Order to Avail the Free Offer
Before making a purchase, please note that the deal will only be valid if you’re living in the U.S. Also, the deal will only be applied if you purchase a Pixel XL and not the smaller variant. However, that does not mean you’re limited to purchasing just the 128GB model because if you manage to pick up the 32GB internal memory version, you’ll still be entitled to a free Google Home.
The next step would be to add Google Home manually to your shopping cart. Though it will be added automatically, adding it manually should save you from any trouble. If everything goes right, you should be able to see the price of $129 subtracted from the total, meaning you’ll just be required to pay for the smartphone and nothing else.
Google has also highlighted some terms and conditions that we recommend you read before making a purchase. You never want to make the wrong move.
“Offer applies to redemption of one Google Home device with the order of a Pixel XL phone on the Google Store in the U.S. starting June 19, 2017 and available while supplies last. Both products (Google Home and Pixel XL) must be added to your shopping cart to receive the offer. Customers who return or cancel their order of Pixel XL must also return the Google Home device to receive a full refund. Unless otherwise stated, this offer cannot be combined with other offers. Offer is non-transferable and not valid for cash or cash equivalent. Void where prohibited.”
Google has not detailed when the deal will finish, but if we were you, we would not waste a breath, especially if we wanted a smartphone and Google Home pair.
News Source: Google Store