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£300 off Pixel Slate + free keyboard @ Google Store + 3/10% back in Google Store credit with Google One + GOne trial + 2 years warranty £669
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£300 off Pixel Slate + free keyboard @ Google Store + 3/10% back in Google Store credit with Google One + GOne trial + 2 years warranty £669

£669£1,15842%Google Store Deals
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Posted 24th Dec 2019Edited by:"andrewworrall1"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£300 off Pixel Slate + free keyboard at Google Store (add both to basket to get deal) + 3/10% back in Google Store credit for Google One members 2 years warranty


Models -
next best price based on full purchase price of both: Pixel Slate and Pixel Slate Keyboard in the same transaction


8th Gen Intel Core m3 8GB RAM & 64GB storage £449 £938(currently out of stock. Will update if this item becomes in stock again!)


8th Gen Intel Core i5 8GB RAM & 128GB storage £669 £1158


8th Gen INtel Core i7 16GB RAM & 256GB storage £1,249 £1738

2 years Google Store manufacturers warranty included on each model of this item by default

Offer terms and conditions


Save £300 when you buy a Pixel Slate between 24/12/2019 at 12:00am GMT through 31/12/2019 at 11:59pm GMT and redeem one Pixel Slate Keyboard (£189 value). Available only if user is 18 or older and provides a shipping address in the UK. All products must be added to your shopping cart to receive the bundle offer. Offer cannot be combined with any promotional codes, or with other bundle offers running at the same time. It’s non-transferable, and it isn’t valid for cash or a cash equivalent. Purchase must be made on Google Store UK. Available only while supplies last. Shipping charges may apply at checkout. Void where prohibited.


Get credit back with Google One

You can subscribe to Google One and get 3% back on the £2.49 plan or 10% back on the £7.99 plan. Just remember that this credit will be added 30 days after shipment of purchase, so you may end up paying for two months of Google One. Based on the £669 base price of current in-stock items for this offer on the £7.99 plan with 10% back, that's £66.90 credit for two Google One payments, a total of £15.98 (a £50.92 profit). Google One can be paid for using Google Play credit including any you've stacked up from Google Opinion Rewards

Remember to cancel your subscription from renewing when you receive the credit!

Find out more about Google One


Google One trial

For anyone that has purchased this and is not a Google One member (or you ordered as a Google One member and your membership has ended), you can get a one year free trial of Google One 100GB plan. I just redeemed mine - you can find it here

Redeem by 31-01-2020
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24 Comments
Good price! Brydge Keyboard available direct from them as well for half price!
Bought mine on black Friday, now don't use anything else
Been looking at a surface for a while but this looks lovely...
Love my Chromebook and suited me 99% of the time but trying to work with the Android version of Office Apps alongside Google Drive was pretty frustrating.. I personally wouldn't spend this much on one as the beauty of ChromeOS is its simplicity that doesn't necessarily require all that power!
nicwatson1124/12/2019 22:11

Bought mine on black Friday, now don't use anything else


I know right? I bought mine during Black Friday (I am using it now), it's such a great tablet and it genuinely is an experience that feels like using a laptop when used with the keyboard.

What annoys me is I got my £44.90 credit for being a Google One member, ordered a Nest Mini with it (£49) two days ago and now it's £34! I've asked Google if they will refund the difference to my Google Store balance as a goodwill gesture with it being just two days, but if they say no then I will return and re-order or wait for another sale if it has ended by then
Rodders8924/12/2019 22:13

Been looking at a surface for a while but this looks lovely...


It's a great tablet, feels like using a laptop when using the keyboard. I would say go for it
I bought mine £449 black Friday and will be opening it tomorrow
Bigsmoke82524/12/2019 22:22

I bought mine £449 black Friday and will be opening it tomorrow


Good price.
afroylnt24/12/2019 23:39

Good price.


It's the M3 version with the keyboard seemed like a good price
No one else think these are just so overpriced? I found the chrome OS so limited.
It's a terrible Chromebook. And even worse tablet. Slow, buggy. And don't get me started on returns, you wait months for a refund . Avoid.
I use this as my primary work device. An amazing piece of kit
It is a great price and a nice gadget with the keyboard. However for that price I will choose the Samsung galaxy Tab s6 with some discount. I have the S4 and it's an amazing device. Great offer this one nonetheless.
sonofgojira25/12/2019 05:43

It's a terrible Chromebook. And even worse tablet. Slow, buggy. And don't …It's a terrible Chromebook. And even worse tablet. Slow, buggy. And don't get me started on returns, you wait months for a refund . Avoid.


It's a great tablet, runs very smoothly with no lag.

Based on my experience of using it
andrewworrall125/12/2019 08:05

It's a great tablet, runs very smoothly with no lag. Based on my …It's a great tablet, runs very smoothly with no lag. Based on my experience of using it


I don't think it's worth £700. Probably would have kept it if it were £200.
sonofgojira25/12/2019 09:47

I don't think it's worth £700. Probably would have kept it if it were £200.


Definitely worth £449 (the one I bought). Probably wouldn't have paid £749 for it but it's definitely worth more than £200.
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 25th Dec 2019
I've been using Chromebook for several years now, I can do 99% of my daily work on them since much is in the cloud. Currently have an Asus C301 which has been great. Not sure about £500 Chromebook tablets, for me its always been about price/performance. Perhaps with the discount it's more attractive and the right price point.

Shame that Google has cancelled the Slate.
nigelwill25/12/2019 10:29

I've been using Chromebook for several years now, I can do 99% of my daily …I've been using Chromebook for several years now, I can do 99% of my daily work on them since much is in the cloud. Currently have an Asus C301 which has been great. Not sure about £500 Chromebook tablets, for me its always been about price/performance. Perhaps with the discount it's more attractive and the right price point.Shame that Google has cancelled the Slate.


Is a shame they've cancelled it but great they have extended its end of life support too 2026! so it will be well supported for a few years yet
What is this like as a android tablet? I'm currently using a Google Pixel C tablet.
Still overpriced.. flop model.. will be discontinued soon. Google won’t be releasing Pixel Slate 2. Apple, Samsung and Microsoft have better tablets in this price range.
For anyone that has purchased this and is not a Google One member (or you ordered as a Google One member and your membership has ended), you can get a one year free trial of Google One 100GB plan. I just redeemed mine - you can find it here
Still on fence with this, £669. if the lowest spec one comes in stock ill bite i think (it wont though) but this price is just ok imo.
I had a quick play with a display model in Currys which was the M3. Very nice hardware, screen is fantastic although unusable on tablet at highest resolution without a microscope! £449 is a good deal for the tablet/keyboard combo, just a shame it's out of stock. US is doing same offer, M3 mode/keyboard for $449.plus the pen.
nigelwill29/12/2019 11:34

I had a quick play with a display model in Currys which was the M3. Very …I had a quick play with a display model in Currys which was the M3. Very nice hardware, screen is fantastic although unusable on tablet at highest resolution without a microscope! £449 is a good deal for the tablet/keyboard combo, just a shame it's out of stock. US is doing same offer, M3 mode/keyboard for $449.plus the pen.


Yes shame it's out of stock. I have the M3 version and it's really good for how I use it. I got the Pixelbook Pen on Facebook Marketplace for £45, shame it's not included with the UK bundle. I wouldn't pay £99 for it
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