But for the next few hours only, you can take a whopping $400 off the Google Pixel 2 XL price with a "qualified" Verizon activation, which is a new record-high discount outside BOGO or trade-in affairs.
Buyers must activate the phone on a monthly installment plan.
If you are among the lucky ones, you have until February 28 to actually pull the trigger on a new Pixel 2. Also, the discount is not all upfront - you get $300 in bill credits and $100 instant savings. The Pixel 2 line ranges in price from $649 (Pixel 2 with 64GB) to $949 (Pixel 2 XL with 128GB). Once the 24 months are up, you will have paid $449.76 for the 64GB variant or $549.84 for the 128GB variant. To avail this deal from Best Buy and enjoy the Friday Phonedays promo, you just have to sign up for the standard 24-month installment plan of Verizon.
Trump administration recommends tariffs on steel, aluminum
The federal government has taken action against the dumping of subsidized steel imports from other countries, including China. On aluminum, the report recommends a tariff of at least 7.7 percent on all aluminum exports from all countries.
The cashback is valid on the Clearly White, Just Black and Kinda Blue colorways of the Pixel 2, and the Black & White and Just Black variants of the Pixel 2 XL.
Google and its retail partners have offered a number of lucrative deals on Pixel 2 and 2 XL.
In addition to the warmer temps, many Pixel 2 handset owners are reporting decreased battery life, some saying it is now "terrible" after the updates, others seemingly with less severe impacts. That's why today we will tell you about yet another compelling deal on Pixel 2 XL.