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Grab A Pair Of Apple AirPods For Only $69 At Amazon Before This Very Nice Deal Sells Out

Ahead of Prime Day 2024, Amazon has multiple different styles of AirPods discounted to great prices.


Apple AirPods are available for only $69 at Amazon ahead of Prime Day. Amazon is matching Walmart's deal, which is part of Walmart's big sales event that just kicked off on July 8. The deal applies to the second generation AirPods with a Lightning charging port. The $69 price matches the best we've ever seen for the Bluetooth earbuds (list is price is $129), which is very nice indeed. Heads up: You can also grab the over-ear AirPods Max for the best price ever at Amazon.

Apple AirPods
Apple AirPods

These are the go-to headphones to use if you're not a fan of in-ear devices, as these rest comfortably next to your ear canal. You'll get very high-quality sound from the AirPods as they're powered by Apple's H1 chip and the battery life is around 24 hours total listening time with the included charging case.

You'll also get a simple one-tap setup with the AirPods, and once you've done that, they'll automatically detect when they're in your ears as they self-activate. This means that you can pair them effortlessly with an iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, iPad, and Apple TV, as well as use Siri for assistance without needing to grab your phone. Another neat feature is that you can share audio between two sets of AirPods on a single Apple device, in case you want to have a little audio-visual party.

If you don't mind spending more, you can also save on other AirPods models at Amazon. Third-gen Apple AirPods are on sale for $129 (normally $169), the AirPods Pro with a USB-C charging case are discounted to $169 (was $249), and the premium Apple AirPods Max headphones are down to only $399--all colors are included in this deal.

Apple AirPods Early Prime Day 2024 Deals

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