Hurry! The Apple AirPods Pro are at their lowest price yet on Amazon

The Apple AirPods Pro have been out for less than a month, but that hasn’t stopped them from a price cut in time for the Black Friday 2019 sales.

As we write this, you can grab a set of Apple AirPods Pro for $234.98 from Amazon, and that comes with free shipping. That said, it’s worth acting fast, because AirPods are likely to come in and out of stock throughout the Black Friday period. 

It might only be a $15 saving on the original price of the AirPods Pro, but it’s significant given they’re so new. After all, when the original AirPods were released, we couldn’t find a bigger discount than $7.

If you’re not sure whether the new AirPods from Apple are for you, then head to our Apple AirPods Pro review to find out why we gave them 4 and a half stars out of 5 – and the damn things finally stay in our ears.

Apple AirPods Pro $249 $234.98 at Amazon

We gave the Apple AirPods Pro 4.5 / 5 stars in our Apple AirPods Pro review, making them some of our all-time favorite earbuds. As well as bringing quality sound and that distinctive AirPods style, they have good noise cancellation, hearing health tracking and a superior fit over the original AirPods.View Deal

Will we see another saving? Well, it’s unlikely so close to the launch – so while it could happen, we expect things to not go much lower than this.

If you want to check the live prices, our widget below will help you find the best in your region – especially good if you’re not in the US and sad about missing out now…

TechRadar is scouring every retailer and rounding up all the top deals over the Black Friday period, and we’ve put all the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals in easy-to-navigate articles to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

Keep an eye on our dedicated AirPods Pro prices and deals guide for the best prices. Or if you’re looking for the cheaper models, then our regular AirPods deals is the one you want.


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