Update: Amazon is now offering AirPods Pro for $219.98 shipped, which is a new all-time low at the online retailer.
Verizon Wireless is currently offering Apple’s AirPods Pro for $219.99 shipped. Price will automatically drop at checkout. Typically fetching $249, today’s offer matches our previous mention and has only been beaten once in recent memory, which saw a drop to $210. AirPods Pro take everything you love about Apple’s standard true wireless earbuds and bring active noise cancelling into the mix alongside a redesigned case and more. Other notable features here include IPX4 water-resistance, up to 4.5-hours of listening per charge or 24 with the case, and earbud tips that offer a customizable fit. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Update: Today only, Woot has Apple’s AirPods Pro at $219.99 shipped for Prime members. Price reflected in-cart.
Update 6/8 @ 7:59 PM: nuraphone via Amazon is offering its Bluetooth Active Noise Cancelling Headphones for $249 shipped. Normally $399, this is a match of its all-time low price and is the best available. Rated 3.9/5 stars and you can learn more in our hands-on review.
Apple’s regular AirPods are still a compelling option for those that don’t need active noise cancellation. Amazon will sell you a pair for $139, which is notably less than the premium on Apple’s latest. These extra savings also mean you’ll be ditching the water-resistant design. Learn more about how the two AirPod versions compare here.
This morning we also spotted the Bose ANC 700 wireless headphones on sale for $299, which takes $100 off the going rate. Or if you’re looking for some more budget-friendly offerings, a pair of Anker’s true wireless earbuds can be yours for $45.
Apple AirPods Pro features:
AirPods Pro have been designed to deliver Active Noise Cancellation for immersive sound, Transparency mode so you can hear your surroundings, and a customizable fit for all-day comfort. Just like AirPods, AirPods Pro connect magically to your iPhone or Apple Watch. And they’re ready to use right out of the case.
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