Over the past few months we’ve been seeing sale prices on Apple’s AirPods Pro inching downwards. The MSRP is $250, but right now Amazon has them at their lowest-ever price of $199. This discount may be one of the early Prime Day 2020 deals, but it could vanish at any time, so grab it if you want it.
Note that Apple is hosting an event tomorrow, and rumor has it the company will announce new high-quality over-the-ear headphones. No new earbuds are expected to be announced.
Those who don’t need noise cancelling in their earbuds can also save on other AirPod models right now. Let’s take a look at all the best AirPod deals.
The Best AirPod Deals Available Now
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Those are the best prices on AirPods available right now. If they’re sold out or the prices change, try one of the other retailers listed below.
AirPods Pro Deals
AirPods Pro are the cream of the crop when it comes to Apple’s earbud lineup. The standout feature is active noise cancelation, which shuts out the chaos of the world (this is particularly important if you have small children, trust me). They also come with three sizes of soft silicon tips so you can pick the ones that best fit your ears. The case is also compatible with Qi-certified wireless charging pads, so you don’t have to plug them in directly to juice them up.
AirPods with Wireless Charging Case Deals
Moving on down the line, AirPods with Wireless Charging Case are the souped-up version of standard AirPods. Like all AirPods, they can connect to any Bluetooth device, including Android phones. They work particularly well with Apple products, with snappy pairing, easy switching between devices, and a quick setup process. They also work with wireless charging pads.
AirPods with Charging Case Deals
If you don’t care about wireless charging, you can save $30 by picking up the standard AirPods. They offer all the same features as the ones above, but you have to plug them in to charge them. Not a bad trade-off for saving $30, IMO.
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.
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