Google’s Pixel 4 doesn’t come out until Thursday, October 24th, but it’s already been discounted by $100 on Amazon — twice. Earlier today, the 64GB Pixel 4 in “just black” was available for $699.99, and for a brief period yesterday, you could have bought a 64GB Pixel 4 in “clearly white” for the same price.
Now, you can’t buy either, even at full price. At the time of this update, every Pixel 4 model is sold out on Amazon.
The Pixel 4 is a pretty solid phone, so the deal was a nice way to save a good amount of money on Google’s latest flagship. It also made the Pixel 4 the same price as Apple’s 64GB iPhone 11, instead of costing more.
Amazon is offering a separate deal on the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, which we assume will be there when they are back in stock: when you buy either phone, you can get a $100 Amazon gift card. If you’d prefer to buy the phone elsewhere, the Google Store, Walmart, Best Buy, and B&H also offer similar deals for a $100 store gift card with the purchase of a Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL.
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Update October 23rd, 1:45PM ET: Updated to reflect that the deal is dead and that the phone is entirely sold out on Amazon.