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Noise cancelling Echo Buds cost 74% less than AirPods Pro with this sale

Published Feb 22nd, 2024 11:15AM EST

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Have you been eyeing Echo Buds, but you’ve been waiting for holiday sales to drop the prices? Today is definitely the day you should pull the trigger because you’re not going to find better deals than the ones that Amazon is currently offering. Echo Buds deals start at $49.99 right now for Amazon’s newest model with four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited.

Also, the pricier versions with active noise cancelling are also on sale with even deeper discounts. Believe it or not, you can get Echo Buds with noise cancelling for just $64.99 — that’s an insane 74% less than Apple’s AirPods Pro.

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Entry-level AirPods 2 are currently down to $99. If you want noise cancelling support, however, the bad news is that AirPods Pro 2 with USB-C don’t have a discount right now.

But if you take advantage of Amazon’s Echo Buds price discounts instead, you’ll get noise cancelling earbuds starting at only $64.99 in either black or white. Or, upgrade to Echo Buds with wireless charging for $84.99.

That means you get noise cancelling earphones for less than Apple’s entry-level AirPods… even while AirPods are on sale with a discount. If you don’t need ANC, Amazon’s entry-level “all-new Echo Buds” cost just $49.99, and that includes four months of unlimited music streaming.

Why do people love Echo Buds?

Echo Buds and Echo Buds with wireless charging were both best-sellers during Prime Day and Black Friday this past year. That’s when Amazon’s Echo Buds price was at its lowest.

Of course, it’s not difficult to understand why they sold so well. All you need to do is read over some Amazon reviews to see how beloved these true wireless earbuds are. You’ll find the same thing if you search for reviews on blogs.

People absolutely adore Amazon’s cord-free earbuds. They offer terrific sound quality, great battery life, and the same wire-free convenience you get with AirPods. They also have top-notch noise cancellation, which people love so much.

On top of that, you get instant access to Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant, whichever you prefer. The one thing they don’t offer compared to other leading options is a sky-high price tag.

At just $120, Amazon’s Echo Buds price is so much less expensive than comparable cord-free earphones with active noise cancelling technology. Then, every once in a while, Amazon will run an Echo Buds deal that makes them even more attractive. Such is the case right now.

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Head over to Amazon, and you’ll find Echo Buds on sale for just $64.99. That’s the lowest price since Prime Day, of course, and it’s so much less than you’ll pay for AirPods Pro 2, even while they’re discounted.

Or, if you want to upgrade to Echo Buds with wireless charging, they’ll cost you $84.99. That’s a great discount, and it likely won’t be around for long.

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Finally, Amazon’s last Echo Buds deal is for people who don’t care about active noise cancelling.

The all-new Echo Buds retail for $50, which is less than half of what you’ll pay for Apple’s comparable entry-level AirPods. Even while AirPods are on sale, they still run $99 on Amazon.

Meanwhile, as I’ve mentioned several times already, all-new Echo Buds come with a great offer right now. As long as you’ve never tried Amazon Music Unlimited before, you can get four months for free when you buy a pair. That’s an $89.95 value for Prime members, or a $93.95 value for everyone else since Amazon Music Unlimited costs $10.99 per month without Prime.

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Maren Estrada Deals Editor

Maren Estrada has been the Editor of BGR Deals since it launched in 2013. She has more than 20 years of experience testing more than 1,500 products, and reviewing a wide range of consumer electronics including mobile devices, smart home products, computers, and home appliances.

Previously, she was a leading consultant specializing in copywriting, product development, and new product launches.