Just a day before the launch of Galaxy S9 preorder by Samsung, Google is venturing up its promo diversion with its Pixel 2 XL with a $100 in store attributes, up to $400 for a qualified exchange offer. So if you are about to purchase Pixel 2 XL from 1 to 17 of March, Google offers a Benjamin in account credit to spend in its store within 2 to 4 months time period, or what happens next is anyone’s guess.
To wrap things up, the credit you used to buy the Pixel 2 XL during this promo, will be credited back for qualified exchange made by the customer.
Tragically, Google doesn’t generally put out a rundown what telephones you can get $400 for in this exchange offer, which is normally a terrible sign that outsider buyback organizations are being outsourced for the exchange, and those could never put it underneath them to give you this whole to something that costs significantly more in the event that you offer on Craigslist.
On the other hand, if you wish to trade in your Pixel XL to the new XL 2, you will get a $288 discount, and $100 in Google Store credit, so the $849 cost of a 64 GB XL 2 comes down to $461. Anyone up for it?