Amazon has Google's Pixel Buds Pro and Pixel Buds A-Series on sale at lower than ever prices

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Amazon has Google's Pixel Buds Pro and Pixel Buds A-Series on sale at lower than ever prices
Although the biggest shopping days of the year are still several months away, we can't think of a better time to be in the market for Google-made Pixel devices than the last few weeks.

Hot on the heels of some absolutely killer deals on the old Pixel 4 and Pixel 5 handsets, as well as the newer Pixel 6 and 6 Pro powerhouses and the just-released Pixel 6a mid-ranger, Amazon is now offering hardcore Google fans a rare opportunity to complete their collection of products designed by the search giant at a substantial discount.

Google Pixel Buds Pro

True Wireless Earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation, Charcoal and Lemongrass Colors

Google Pixel Buds A-Series

True Wireless Earbuds, Clearly White and Dark Olive Colors

That's right, both the hot new Pixel Buds Pro and the older and humbler Pixel Buds A-Series are on sale at lower than ever prices at the time of this writing after markdowns of $25 and $30 respectively.

While Big G's non-noise-cancelling contender to the title of best budget wireless earbuds available right now appears to be discounted by an unprecedented 30 bucks from a $99 list price at essentially all major US retailers, the AirPods Pro-rivaling Pixel Buds Pro can only be purchased for $25 less than usual from Amazon.

Those noise-cancelling bad boys are normally priced at a whopping $199.99 a pair, mind you, currently undercutting Apple's aforementioned bestseller, as well as Samsung's hot new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in "Charcoal" and "Lemongrass" colors.

The "Coral" and "Fog" options, meanwhile, are not available at any kind of reduced price, which could suggest the two models on sale right now will not be discounted for long.

The Pixel Buds Pro are naturally better than the Pixel Buds A-Series in every conceivable way, from overall sound quality to battery life, voice call clarity, and most importantly, noise cancellation, but if you want to keep your true wireless earbuds spending to a minimum, the cheaper product is also pretty cool... for its price. 

Whatever you'll end up choosing, the value for money should keep you more than satisfied for a solid year or two, and unlike Google's in-house smartphones, its growing family of AirPods and Galaxy Buds alternatives is not due for any sort of imminent upgrade.

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