The major gifting holidays are now long gone, but if you didn’t get the new Apple AirPods you secretly were hoping for, don’t fret. While many of the biggest sales are over, a few AirPods deals still remain. So why not buy yourself a little sonic treat for the new year? Standard AirPods are no longer at their all-time-low of $99, but you can still snag them for $129. Want them with the wireless charging case? They’re currently just a buck more — saving you $69 versus the Apple Store. You can also get the AirPods Pro for $200 at Amazon and Walmart (a $49 savings).
Just last month, the newhit town as Apple’s first full-size, noise-canceling headphones, with a whopping $549 price tag. But don’t expect to see a discount on them anytime soon.
See the current best deals below, but note that pricing and inventory have been fluctuating wildly.
AirPods pricing 2020
|Model||Apple Store price||Best price right now||Best all-time price|
|AirPods with wireless charging case||$199||$130||$130|
The AirPods Pro were briefly as low as $169 at Walmart and $170 at Amazon for Black Friday. Now they’ve been ping-ponging between $190 and $200, with Amazon and Staples currently back at the latter. That’s $50 below the regular Apple Store price, and shipping is free.
Walmart came in strong to the early Black Friday sale game by marking down the AirPods to $99 — the lowest price ever. That deal is long gone, but Walmart, Target and Amazon are now all offering them for $129. That’s still $30 cheaper than what you can get at the Apple Store.
Normally, I’d say it’s not worth the premium that Apple charges for the wireless charging case on the standard AirPods. But that premium is now down to one dollar. Yes, the AirPods with wireless charging case (meaning they can be charged via a standard Qi charger) are down to $130 — the lowest price to date.
The latest and greatest Apple headphones were just announced. These are full-size models, chock full of high-end features like noise cancellation, spatial audio and easy integration with Apple devices. Yes, paying more for headphones than you would for a PS5 may sound crazy, but here’s the crazier thing: They’re actually kinda worth it. Read our full review for the details. (These are currently backordered a few weeks.)
This article is frequently updated to reflect current pricing.