Huge Pixel sale at Amazon takes $150 off Pixel 7 Pro, $50 off Pixel Watch

Google Pixel 7 Pro
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It's no secret that Presidents' Day sales are a prime opportunity for big-ticket purchases. For instance, if you're shopping for a new Pixel phone or Pixel Watch, Amazon is knocking up to $150 off select Pixel devices. 

As part of its sale, you can get the unlocked Google Pixel 7 on sale for $499 at Amazon. That's $100 off and the second-best price we've seen for this phone. (It was $25 cheaper on Black Friday, but that sale was short lived). It's worth noting that Best Buy has the Pixel 7 on sale for $399, but it requires that you activate your phone during checkout. The Pixel 7 isn't the only Pixel device currently on sale. Here's what else you can get at Amazon and Best Buy. 

Google Pixel 6a: was $449 now $299 @ Amazon

Google Pixel 6a: was $449 now $299 @ Amazon
Amazon is offering an unlocked Google Pixel 6a at its lowest price ever. In our Pixel 6a review, we called Google's phone the best sub-$500 phone on the market. It offers bright display and better performance than its closest Android rival, the Galaxy A53. Best Buy offers it for $249, but you must activate during checkout.

Google Pixel 7: was $599 now $499 @ Amazon

Google Pixel 7: was $599 now $499 @ Amazon
Google's Pixel 7 comes with an excellent dual camera system, a bright and colorful 6.3-inch display and a powerful and smart Tensor G2 chipset. It's one of the best values in smartphones, now only cheaper. This is a steal at $499 although this is not the lowest price we have seen for this phone. Best Buy has it for $399, but you must activate during checkout.

Google Pixel 7 Pro: was $899 now $749 @ Amazon

Google Pixel 7 Pro: was $899 now $749 @ Amazon
The top Pixel 7 model gets a stunning 6.7-inch QHD display with a 120Hz refresh rate, some of the best cameras we've ever tested — including a 5x telephoto zoom — and Google's very best software tricks that you can't get on any other Android. It is also powered by the Tensor G2 chip and at $749 this is a great deal for this phone that will save you $150. Best Buy has it for $599, but you must activate during checkout.

Google Pixel Watch: was $349 now $299 @ Amazon

Google Pixel Watch: was $349 now $299 @ Amazon
Google's first smartwatch is on sale for the first time. In our Google Pixel Watch review, we said its good looks, smart software, and its Fitbit-based fitness tracking features make it a strong first-generation device. It's now on sale at its lowest price ever. Best Buy offers the same Pixel Watch price.

Google Pixel Watch (LTE): was $399 now $349 @ Amazon

Google Pixel Watch (LTE): was $399 now $349 @ Amazon
This model includes LTE connectivity. It's now on sale at its lowest price ever. Best Buy offers the same Pixel Watch (LTE) price.

In our Pixel 7 review we found that the dual cameras on the Pixel 7 perform really well even in low light environments. Google's entry-level flagship has pretty much everything you could want in a phone. This includes a bright and colorful 6.3-inch OLED display, a faster and smarter Tensor G2 chip, other than great cameras. 

The new Photo Unblur feature that is powered by the Tensor G2 chip is impressive and there is a fun a Cinematic Blur feature for video. We wish the battery life was slightly better as it left slightly underwhelmed in our testing of the phone. Other than that, it is a great phone and with this deal it offers even better value.

Google pulled out all stops with the Pixel 7 Pro. In our Pixel 7 Pro review we loved the large 6.7-inch display and the powerful trio of cameras. We especially like the powerful 5x optical zoom and 30x telephoto zoom, which can bring you really close to your subject.

Make sure to follow our Amazon Presidents' Day sales, Pixel 7 deals, and Pixel Watch deals for the best discounts this holiday season. 

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.