Best AirPods Pro deal: Black Friday Sale at Walmart, Amazon
The best AirPods Pro deal we’ve seen is available during Walmart’s Black Friday sale: starting at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 25, you can buy Apple AirPods Pro for $ 169.
[UPDATE: As we expected, the $169 AirPods Pro deal was also available at Amazon.com, on the night of November 25. But at some point, Amazon changed the price to $199, and then changed the offer again: As of the morning of November 27, the price for AirPods With the Wired Charging Case on sale for $109.99, down from $159 regularly.]
That’s $ 80 off the regular price of $ 249, and it’s the lowest price Money has ever followed for what is consistently ranked as the best headphones you can buy.
Previously we have seen AirPods Pros on sale for $ 194 at Amazon and Walmart, and prices have occasionally dropped as low as $ 190 at Woot, a discount site owned by Amazon. But the new AirPods Pro deal cuts those sales by at least $ 20.
Walmart is the only retailer to our knowledge that has advertised the $ 169 AirPods Pro offer, but in all likelihood other retailers – namely, Amazon – will correspond to the price during the Black Friday sales period.
If paying $ 169 for a pair of headphones always seems too expensive, especially for very easy-to-lose technology, you should be on the lookout for low prices on Regular AirPods. Earlier in the season, Walmart put the base AirPods (with a wired charging case) on sale for $ 99 (up from a list price of $ 159), which was the lowest price we have ever seen. There is a good chance that this offer will reappear and it is possible that some retailers will drop the price even lower.
Finally, AirPods aren’t the only option for earbuds and earphones, of course, and you’ll usually pay a lot less by going with a brand other than Apple. In addition, virtually all brands of headphones will be available at a discount during the period around Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The right decision is therefore to check out the headphones reviews, browse the latest deals from Walmart, Amazon, and more, then be ready to jump on a bargain for the headphones you want as soon as it goes live.