Rare deal brings Google's true wireless Pixel Buds down to an irresistible price

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Rare deal brings Google's true wireless Pixel Buds down to an irresistible price
Between multiple major US retailers holding countless killer deals on Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ and Buds Live recently and Anker releasing the noise-cancelling Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro at an unrivaled price just the other day, it might seem like true wireless earbuds buyers on tight budgets already have plenty of solid low-cost options to choose from.

Of course, there's no such thing as too much choice, so we're pretty sure at least some of you will be happy to see the sleek Google Pixel Buds available at an unprecedented $80 discount. We're talking about the second-gen Pixel Buds here, mind you, which were formally unveiled alongside the Pixel 4 and 4 XL handsets way back in the fall of 2019 before finally going on sale stateside around nine months ago.

Since April 2020, we've rarely seen these AirPods-rivaling bad boys fetching less than their typical price of $179, but if you hurry and don't have a problem opting for refurbished units, you can bring that all the way down to $99 right now.

As usual, Best Buy is ready to vouch for the flawless functionality and "like-new" cosmetic condition of its Geek Squad certified products while offering a decent 90-day warranty with your deeply discounted Google Assistant-enabled true wireless earbuds.

In addition to a number of neat voice tricks, including real-time translation delivered directly in your ear, the upgraded Pixel Buds also have a very comfortable and secure design protected against sweat and water going for them, as well as pretty great overall sound quality, solid battery life starting at 5 hours of uninterrupted listening time as far as the earbuds themselves are concerned, and a state-of-the-art wireless charging case bumping that endurance score all the way up to a combined 24 hours.

Unfortunately, despite their relatively high list price, the 2020-released Google Pixel Buds don't offer active noise cancellation, although we can probably all agree that's not a complete deal breaker at $99. Keep in mind that the "Clearly White" flavor is available at that crazy low price at the time of this writing, while the black hue will set you back an extra 20 bucks after a fairly decent $60 markdown of its own.

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