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Google Pixel 2: Compare prices for the best deal

There's a lot to like about the Google Pixel 2, including its discounted price.


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One of the easiest ways to save cash on your smartphone purchase is to forego the latest and greatest models in favour of a more-mature handset. You only have to look a generation or two back to find phones selling for as little as half the price they did at launch. In most cases, these phones are still more than capable of meeting the demands of the typical smartphone user, lacking only a few of the more esoteric features that rarely have any impact on day-to-day phone use.

The Google Pixel 2 fits this bill to a T. While it's no longer the flagship of Google's Pixel line, it's far from obsolete thanks to its powerful Snapdragon 835 processor, sharp 12MP camera and IP67 water resistance. Combine that with deep discounts from Aussie retailers and you have yourself one compelling smartphone.

We've gathered up the aforementioned discounts in the table below. Take a look and snap up a bargain on the excellent Google Pixel 2.

Compare Google Pixel 2 prices from Australian retail

This table was last updated on 30 Oct 2020.
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
eBay New Google Pixel 2 5.0" Android 8 4G 12.2MP 128GB Black Unlocked Phone 1Yr AuWty $1999 AUD Buy it
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
eBay New Google Pixel 2 5.0" Android 8 4G 12.2MP 128GB Black Unlocked Phone 1Yr AuWty $1999 AUD Buy it

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