Target is currently running an unrivaled and possibly unrepeatable deal on Google’s old but gold Pixel 6a mid-ranger in an unlocked ‘Chalk’ model. Pixel 6a unit at the moment in a single”Chalk” paint job for an undoubtedly limited time.
Technically, this hot new online-only promotion doesn’t have an expiration date listed anywhere, but there’s clearly a reason why the likes of Amazon and Best Buy no longer sell this handset (at any price).
Google itself seems to have run out of”chalk” and”sage” stock (possibly for good), which means that you almost certainly don’t have a lot of time to take advantage of Target’s deal before that retailer’s inventory is also depleted (presumably forever).
It pretty much goes without saying that you don’t need to meet any special conditions or jump through any hoops to reduce the Pixel 6a ‘s $349 list price by a cool hundred bucks in an unlocked variant with 128GB storage, and despite its somewhat advanced age, the 6.1-incher arguably delivers more than enough value for $249. headtopics.
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