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Pixel 7 Series Phones Return to Amazon All-Time Lows Following iPhone 15 Event

Upgrade to a current Google flagship and save as much as $250.

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Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro

Hot on the heels of Apple's September press event, Amazon has slashed prices across Google's flagship Pixel 7 lineup dropping prices back down to all-time lows with as much as $250 off. If you don't want to spend $800 and up in order to preorder an iPhone 15 this week, you can't afford to miss these Pixel deals with prices starting at under $450. 

There are various discounts available across different models and configurations. You can grab the Pixel 7 Pro -- which won an Editors' Choice Award in 2022 and remains our favorite premium Android phone in terms of value -- for as low as $649 for the 128GB model. That's a huge $250 off. It sports a 6.7-inch screen, an upgraded triple camera and allows you to access Google's VPN to help you maintain privacy and safety online. 

For under $450 you can snag either the flagship Pixel 7 or the newest member of the 7 Series -- Google's Pixel 7a. The latter is down to $444. That's a solid $55 discount. It has 128GB of storage, an improved camera over its predecessor and a 6.1-inch screen. And at 25% off, Google's Pixel 7 is seeing a steep $150 discount, coming in at just $449 for the 128GB model. At that price, it may be the better deal for budget-conscious buyers. You can also upgrade to the 256GB model for only $100 more. Each of these phones offer a 24-hour battery and use Google's Tensor G2 and Titan M2 chips. 

However, if you want to see what else is out there, check out our roundup of the best phone deals happening now. 

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