If you’re not too busy this Thanksgiving or Black Friday and still want a Pixel, you’ll be fighting doorbusters all the way to the Verizon store as the carrier has recklessly decided to discount the new Google phone.

It’s only been out for a month and here we are, talking about a major discount. How big? Get a 32GB Pixel for $10 per month for two years ($240 total) or a 128GB for $15 per month ($320). We’re talking at least a 53 percent cost cut from normal pricing, here.

For those who want a concession prize, you can also get $200 off any Android phone priced $400 or higher. You just need to add a line or sign up for a new account at Big Red between November 24 and 27. Even if you just want an upgrade on your own line, you still get $100 off the same lineup.

Plus, starting tomorrow and going on through the 28th, you can get a Google Home from the carrier for $99.99 before the price jumps to its standard $129.99.

Of course, whether or not you want to be stuck with Verizon as your carrier of choice is under your discretion.

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