Target’s Pixel 6 Black Friday deal is the one you won’t want to miss



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Tons of Black Friday deals have been hitting retailers across the internet all month long, but fans of Google’s Pixel phones have been waiting to see if the recently released Pixel 6 will be included in any special Black Friday events. In the past, Google has been known to discount the newest offerings of its Pixel line, but there have not been any such announcements this year. 

Until now: Target’s 2021 Black Friday ad reveals that the retailer is trimming the price on the unlocked Pixel 6 by $50, bringing the total for the 128GB phone to just $549. It’s unlocked, meaning there are no special requirements or a set carrier, making this a great deal if you’re looking to upgrade. Target has not released specifics on when this deal will drop, but we do know it will be among the other Black Friday specials running Nov. 21 to Nov. 27. Supplies are limited, but there’s a chance Amazon or other retailers will price-match, which could increase your chances of getting your hands on one at a discounted price. 


This year’s Pixel phone sports Google’s own Tensor chip, which delivers fast, smooth performance and all-day battery life. Enhancements to chip security keep your data safe. It’s also unlocked to be compatible with all major carriers.

The Pixel 6 has new camera hardware and features wide and ultrawide lenses, as well as the neat Magic Eraser tool in Google Photos that can remove unwanted objects — and people — from your pictures. “I can’t think of a better phone to recommend” at the price, CNET’s Patrick Holland said in his fulsome review.

For now, there’s no news about the Pixel 6 Pro being included, but we will post all the latest news about Black Friday deals on the Pixel series here, so keep checking back. And while the Google Store hasn’t announced any deals on the Pixel 6, it did reveal savings on the Pixel 5A, various Nest devices and more.

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