Get the Google Pixel 3a for $399 and receive a $100 gift card at Best Buy - TECHOPRO

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Get the Google Pixel 3a for $399 and receive a $100 gift card at Best Buy

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Best Buy is offering a discount and a free $100 gift card with Google's newest and most affordable phone - the Google Pixel 3a. You'll receive a free $100 Best Buy gift card with your purchase of a Google Pixel 3a or 3aXL unlocked or with a qualified activation from Verizon or Sprint. You can also save $100 on the phone itself with a qualified new activation from Sprint. This limited-time offer is valid until May 18.

The Pixel 3a is Google's most affordable option from its line of Pixel phones. The newly released 3a features 4GB of RAM and starts at 64GB of storage. The phone offers a 5.6-inch display and includes a headphone jack for those who prefer to use corded earbuds. Like the Google Pixel 3, the 3a features an impressive camera with an 8.0MP front-facing camera for self-portraits and video. The Google Pixel is available in black, purple-ish and white and features a battery life up to seven hours on just a 15-minute charge.

The Google Pixel 3 currently retails for $799, which makes the $399 price tag on the 3a very attractive. Best Buy is not only offering a $100 gift card with your purchase of a Pixel 3a, but also offering a $100 discount with a qualified Sprint activation. Because the Pixel 3a is newly released, discounts like this are rare so you should take advantage of this deal while it lasts.

If you're looking for a bigger device, Best Buy is also offering a $100 gift card with your purchase of the Google Pixel 3a XL. The Pixel XL offers the same features as the 3a but comes with a bigger display (6-inch), body size and battery capacity (3,700mAh).

Learn more about Google's newest phone with our Google Pixel 3a review and Google Pixel 3a XL review.

See more deals with the cheapest Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL unlocked SIM-free prices that are currently available.

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