The Pixel 3a [New] is now selling between $385 and $399. The Google store had it about a month ago for $249. The 4a reportedly will be released in about 2 weeks for $350, or maybe $399.
Anyone out there with actual cell phone sales or marketing experience that can explain WHY the high price today, as high as it’s ever been, when it’s about to become obsolete in a very short time? I would think Google and its dealers would be dumping its remaining stock now. I can’t understand why anyone with half a brain would pay $399 today, perhaps $50 more than the 4a will be in another 2 weeks!
Btw, I do understand why RW is still pricey on this phone. I’ve been a member for 6 years.
Edit: 5/22/20 - Best sources now say Pixel 4a to be “released” July 13, but not in stores until Aug. 5, and at $349. Pixel 3a now $279 at Google, B&H, Walmart, and Best Buy. When will RW drop the 3a price - now $399?