Deal: 85% off Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2021. Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2021 for Windows: Lifetime License. The package includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access, all for just $50. Thanks to Redditor /u/the_amazing_rock, though, we now have a pretty good idea of what to expect. According to an image leaked from German retailer Saturn, one of that nation’s largest electronics chains allegedly plans to set the Google Pixel 6 price at €649 (~$758). What’s more, the leaked ad snippet claims you could get a set of Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 for free with your purchase. Those headphones cost $400 just on their own!
Buyers in at least one nation may also notice a highly appealing free gift with purchase. A keen Redditor has noticed a new Google Pixel 6 pricing leak. In Germany, the phone might cost €649 ($758) and come with a complimentary pair of pricey headphones from one vendor. This corresponds to a previous pricing leak, so we’re rather certain this is correct. We finally obtained an official date for the release of Google’s upcoming Pixel phones earlier this week: October 19. We now know almost all there is to know about the phones because of that day on the calendar. Except for one little detail: price.
Now, pricing very rarely carries over dot-for-dot across the pond. That means it is unlikely the Pixel 6 would cost $649 here. However, it could cost $799 or even $749, which would put it in direct competition with something like the Samsung Galaxy S21. That’s not bad at all!
The €649 price matches a previous leak we’ve seen. Judging from the consistency of these leaks, it appears to be a safe bet that that could the Google Pixel 6 price in the end. Do note that the ad copy suggests this deal goes from October 19 — the confirmed Pixel 6 launch date — to October 27, roughly a week later. It’s possible that could be the official pre-order window for the phones, meaning October 27 could be the day the Pixel 6 might be on store shelves.