Friday’s top deals include Google Pixel 3a at $150, plus Nest Thermostat E at $133, and top-rated ANC headphones for $25. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Google Pixel 3a from $150

Best Buy offers Google Pixel 3a from $150 when you select an unlocked model and choose to activate today. Note: This price will be reflected after you add to cart and select either Verizon or Sprint service. Some activation fees may apply. As a comparison, it typically goes for $399 before dropping to $299 at Amazon and other retailers. This is the best price we’ve tracked all-time.

Pixel 3a delivers a 5.6-inch HD display, alongside 64GB worth of internal storage and a 12MP camera. You can count on up to 7-hours of use after just 15-minutes on a charger. It also features a built-in thumbprint reader to unlock your device.

Nest Thermostat E falls to $133

Verizon Wireless is currently offering the Nest Thermostat E for $133. Usually selling for $169, like you’ll find at Amazon and direct from Google, today’s offer saves you 22%, beats our previous mention by $3, and marks the lowest we’ve seen since December. Standout features on Nest Thermostat E fall to its sleek design complete with a frosted glass display. Alongside integrating with the rest of your Google Assistant-powered setup, you’re looking at added energy savings which are said to reduce heating bills by 12%. Now that we’re all spending more time inside, having your home be a comfortable temperature is a must, and Nest Thermostat will make doing so a cinch.

Score ANC headphones for just $25

Amazon is offering the TaoTronics ANC Bluetooth Headphones (TT-BH047) for $25. That’s 50% off the typical rate there and is within $2 of the lowest price we have tracked. If there are times you’d stand to benefit from having active noise cancellation, this offer is a way to affordably cash in on the technology. While not as high-quality as something you’d get from Sony or Bose, they only cost a fraction of the price. When it comes to performance, users will get 40mm drivers, 24-hour battery life, soft ear pads, and a headband that stretches up to 180-degrees without deforming.

Stay safe with this Nest Secure bundle

BuyDig is offering the Nest Secure Starter Kit, Nest Hello Video Doorbell, and two Smart Plugs for $359. For comparison, you’d pay $400 for the Nest Secure Starter Kit at Best Buy, while Nest Hello would set you back an additional $230. This is among the best combined pricing that we’ve tracked for both the Secure and Hello historically and is the lowest available. The Nest Secure Starter Kit includes the hub/keypad, two window/door sensors, two tags, and more. Plus, with Nest Hello, you’ll easily know whether it’s the delivery man at the door or your loved one coming home from a shift at work.

Marshall’s portable Kilburn II Speaker is $76 off

Amazon offers the Marshall Kilburn II Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $224. Having originally sold for $300, a price it still usually goes for at retailers like B&H, today’s offer saves you over 25% and is the lowest we’ve seen in over 4-months. This also beats the competing discount over at Best Buy by $26. Marshall’s speaker comes covered in a classic design reminiscent of guitar amps as well as other retro audio gear and packs equally as appealing sound quality. It features up to 20-hours of battery life on a single charge and pumps out tunes with a 36W audio array. Bluetooth connectivity and a portable form-factor round out the notable inclusions.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Google also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, iPhone, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Google along the way!

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