Take advantage of these Cyber Monday discounts on Google Store gadgets like Pixel phones and Nest products.

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Black Friday is now in our rear view mirror, so it’s time to gear up for Cyber Monday. You can still find huge savings from all major retailers, including the Google Store.

Google is currently offering deals on a number of devices just in time for the holidays, with discounts on the Pixel 7 and other phones, Nest Wi-Fi router and points, Chromecast with Google TV, Pixel Watch and more.

Take advantage of these discounts now through Cyber Monday on Nov. 28.

We’ve highlighted a few of the best deals from the Google Store below, but be sure and check out the entire sale selection. Note that prices were accurate at the time of publication, but pricing and availability is subject to change without notice.

Pixel 6A: $299 – Save $150

If you’re looking for the best value smartphone during this Black Friday shopping season, look no further than the Pixel 6A at this price. It offers an incredible camera, great battery life and so much more.

Pixel 7 Pro: $749 – Save $150

The Pixel 7 Pro is the most high-end smartphone in Google’s current lineup. Released in October, this 5G phone sports a 6.7-inch display, the G2 Tensor processor, 12GB of RAM and a triple rear-camera system that can record in 4K. Plus it has a battery that can last the whole day and comes with a built-in VPN for added security online.

Nest Hub (2nd gen): $50 – Save $50

The second-gen Nest Hub smart display has a 7-inch display that lets you stream content, look up recipes, video chat with friends and loved ones, and more. It also has Google Assistant integrated so you can check the weather, set reminders, control compatible smart home devices and everything else you use Assistant for throughout the day.

Chromecast with Google TV: $20 – Save $10

With the Chromecast with Google TV, you can get all of your entertainment from one place, whether you want to watch Andor on Disney Plus, catch any of the World Cup games or play your favorite games. If you’re good with the HD version, it’s currently only $20, but you can pay $40 for the 4K Chromecast.

Pixel Buds A-Series: $64 – Save $35

Whether you’re streaming music, videos and audiobooks or taking a call while on the go, the A-Series make for a solid earbud option. They’re sweat- and water-resistant, which is good for when you’re working out or the weather turns rough. These earbuds also deliver up to five hours of listening time, making a total of 24 hours with the charging case.

Nest Doorbell (battery): $120 – Save $60

This video doorbell comes with a rechargeable battery pack and provides 24-hour live streaming, HD video and night vision. It’s rated IP54 weather-resistant, has two-way audio, is compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa and can give you a little peace of mind by providing intelligent alerts when there’s motion detected nearby.

More deals at the Google Store:

  • Chromecast with Google TV (4K): $20 (save $10)
  • Nest Thermostat: $90 (save $40)
  • Nest Cam (battery): $120 (save $60)
  • Pixel 7 phone: $499 (save $100)
  • Fitbit Luxe Tracker: $80 (save $50)
  • Pixel Watch: $300 (save $50)
  • Pixel 6, 6 Pro and 6a Cases: Starting at $25 

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