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Google Pixel 8a in Austria with a completely different launch deal than in Germany, and you can also exchange the reward at Amazon

Google Pixel 8a in Austria with a completely different launch deal than in Germany, and you can also exchange the reward at Amazon

The Pixel 8a has been available to order in several countries since May 7, for the first time in Poland and the Czech Republic as well as Germany. Austria was also officially Pixel-free for a long time, and interested Google fans had to turn to retailers like Amazon or import from other countries, like Germany. Fortunately, those days are over, and the Pixel 8a is now officially available In the Austrian Google Store.

Interestingly, Google is offering a slightly different launch deal in the Alpine Republic. While in Germany only those who return an old device after purchase benefit from a €150 trade-in bonus, Austrian Pixel 8a buyers get a flat rate of €150 from Google, even without trading in an old device, but only as store credit, not cash. Beautifully printed on Product page At the bottom (see also the screenshot below) it shows the details:

Anyone who buys a Pixel 8a from the Austrian Google Store by June 3, 2024 and sends it to an Austrian address will receive a €150 refund, which is only valid for one year. You must also sign in with an appropriate Google Pay profile, this offer does not apply as a guest. The credit can also only be redeemed in the Austrian Google Store.

If you don't have an old device to replace, you'll take advantage of this promotion in Austria; Conversely, in Germany you can get a cash back if you want to get rid of an old device. Anyone who wants to return their old cell phone in Austria is… Perhaps better service is offered at Amazon. The Pixel 8a is available there, just as it is in the German Google Store, with a €150 trade-in bonus, although you should check on a case-by-case basis whether the prices you can still get with your old device are good on Amazon. as it is. Available on Google in Germany.

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