Amazon Is Giving Pixel 4 Pre-Orders A $100 Gift Card

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And it's going to arrive before any other carrier or retailer ships their pre-orders.

There's a number of reasons to pre-order the Pixel 4 from Amazon. Not only are you getting a free $100 Amazon Gift Card with your purchase. But Amazon is also shipping them out three days sooner than other carriers and retailers. So instead of waiting til October 24 to get yours, you can have it by October 21.

On top of that, if you have Amazon's credit card, you can get five-percent back on this purchase! That makes this a really great deal.

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The Pixel 4 was announced earlier this week, at an event in New York City. It's Google's latest smartphone, and it still has that amazing camera. Of course, it also runs on Android 10, and will get updates through 2022. Making it a really great option for those that want a phone that will keep getting updates, and run on stock Android.

It comes in two sizes. There's the regular Pixel 4 which has a 5.8-inch display. Then there is the Pixel 4 XL which has a 6.3-inch display. The Pixel 4 XL is likely going to be the better option here. It has a much larger battery, also a larger display. Otherwise, both of these sport a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There is a 128GB model available for $100 more.

The Google Pixel 4 is going to cost $799, with the Pixel 4 XL costing $899. These are set right in the middle of the three iPhone models. And with this $100 gift card promotion that Amazon is doing right now, it does make the smaller Pixel 4 about the same price as the iPhone 11.

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You can pick up the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL from Amazon by clicking here. This gift card promotion is likely only available through the pre-order process, so you'll need to get your Pixel 4 order into Amazon before the end of the weekend.

Google Pixel 4 - Amazon - $799

Google Pixel 4 XL - Amazon - $899

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