The best deals on true wireless earbuds right now
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SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS DEALS
Samsung has a few different wireless earbuds to choose from, including its latest flagship wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Pro. These earbuds include active noise cancellation and the best sound quality yet for Samsung earbuds.
The Galaxy Buds Plus were our top pick last year for the best wireless earbuds overall. A successor to the original Galaxy Buds, the Plus model extends the battery life by up to 11 hours and, unlike AirPods, comes in an assortment of colors. Right now, you can buy the Galaxy Buds Plus for $100 at places such as Amazon, Best Buy, and Target, which is the lowest price we’ve seen in the last several months.
The Galaxy Buds Live are some of the more unconventional wireless earbuds on the market right now, but don’t let their bean-shaped design fool you. The Buds Live are a good option if you want earbuds that produce powerful sound and showcase marathon battery life.
Right now, you can purchase a pair of the Galaxy Buds Live for $130 at Verizon or $140 at Amazon, more than 20 percent off the initial MSRP. If you prefer a different retailer, they’re also discounted to $150 at both Best Buy and Target.
SONY WF-1000XM3 DEALS
Sony’s WF-1000XM4 are the true wireless headphones to beat, but they haven’t been discounted yet given how recently they launched. Their predecessor, the WF-1000XM3, however, remain an excellent pair of headphones that do routinely go on sale.
Like the most recent model, the WF-1000XM3 feature phenomenal sound quality and considerable battery life, a small feat for true wireless earbuds. They also manage to deliver noise cancellation in a sleek, copper-adorned package, one that’s both attractive and professional. Typically $230, Sony’s last-gen WF-1000XM3 are currently on sale at Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo for $178.
OTHER TRUE WIRELESS EARBUD DEALS
Compared to the competition, Jabra’s wireless earbuds have a rare feature that has yet to become standard in the true wireless earbud market: the ability to connect to two devices concurrently. Ideally, this is great for users who switch between two devices often (like, say, a phone and a laptop).
Last year, Jabra released the Elite 85t wireless earbuds, which are the highest-tier model in Jabra’s lineup. They have more advanced noise cancellation than the 75t, however, they also feature less bass and an inferior fit. If you can live with those compromises, however, you can buy the Jabra Elite 85t for $230—the standard list price—at Amazon, Best Buy, and Jabra.
If the standard retail price on the Elite 85t is intimidating but you want a pair of Jabra earbuds, the Elite 75t are also a good option, and they see regular price cuts. We consider the Jabra 75t— currently on sale in gold for $131 at Amazon—the best true wireless earbuds for multitaskers, and they remain a solid alternative if you don’t want to buy AirPods.
The unannounced Beats Studio Buds might be just on the horizon, but if you’re currently in the market for a reliable pair of wireless earbuds for your workouts, you can’t go wrong with the Beats Powerbeats Pro. These earbuds have an over-ear hook that keeps them in place during intense exercises. They’re also IPX4 sweat- and water-resistant, so you don’t have to worry about ruining them should your workout get intense.
There are a few different discounts available right now for the Powerbeats Pro. The lowest we currently see is for the red model, which is available at Best Buy for $160. If you prefer a different color, most configurations are currently available at Amazon and Target for $170, an $80 discount and more than 30 percent off the initial retail price.
The 2021 edition of the Amazon Echo Buds are a tremendous value at $120, however, if the price remains a factor and you don’t mind opting for their last-gen counterpart, B&H Photo is currently offering the first-gen Echo Buds for $100. They don’t sound as satisfying, nor are they as comfortable, but they still provide effective noise reduction and easy access to Alexa.
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