Apple Discounts Beats Speakers and Headphones in New Promo

Apple today debuted a new promotion for some of its older Beats products, dropping prices by as much as $50 depending on the item.

The Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones in the Luxe line of colors are available for $149.95, a $50 discount off of the regular $199.95 price. Beats Solo2 Headphones are the previous-generation model without wireless connectivity and Apple's new W1 chip. All Luxe colors are discounted, including Red, Silver, Blue, and Black, but other Solo2 models are not available for a lower price.


Apple's lower-priced Beats EP On-Ear Headphones are available for $99.95, $30 off the regular price of $129.95. Also available in Red, Blue, White, and Black, the Beats EP are a newer budget product line that was unveiled in September.


Along with the two sets of headphones, Apple is also discounting its Beats Pill+ Portable Speaker, dropping the price from $229.95 to $199.95. The Pill+ is available in Red, Black, and White.


Apple does not say how long the discounts on its Beats products will last, so customers hoping to get a deal on a speaker or a set of headphones should purchase right away. Discounts are also available in Apple's retail stores.

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Tags: Beats, Beats by Dre, Beats Pill+


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3 weeks ago
Still largely overpriced for their performance.
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3 weeks ago

Wondering if their wondering if $3,000,000,000 for beats was a good deal.

Why would they be wondering that? That purchase of Beats got them the 2nd most subscribed music streaming service and the most popular, most profitable headphones (still). By late 2018/early 2019, that deal should have more than paid for itself.

Again, why would they be wondering?:confused:
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3 weeks ago
Can we get a bluetooth speaker with the W1 chip? I would buy that in a heart beat.
Rating: 4 Votes
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3 weeks ago
Personally, I think these products were over priced to Begin with, especially with the current competition on the market that offers similar performance for less.
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3 weeks ago
Maybe they're clearing them out for the W1 chip versions?!
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3 weeks ago

Still largely overpriced for their performance.


They could knock off another 50% and this would still apply.
Rating: 3 Votes
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3 weeks ago

Arguments?

Same old beats hate. My wireless studios are awesome and I would buy another set if they updated them with a lightning port.
Rating: 2 Votes
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3 weeks ago
US only.
Rating: 1 Votes
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3 weeks ago

Wondering if their wondering if $3,000,000,000 for beats was a good deal.

I suspect they're close to having that investment paid off by now, from hereon out, it's gravy.
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3 weeks ago

Same old beats hate. My wireless studios are awesome and I would buy another set if they updated them with a lightning port.


Yup, I'm on the same boat with this. That's my only really pet peeve right now.. iphone/ipad are lighting, and my headphones I need to carry a micro USB.. sort of annoying. I guess USB-C everything would be nice in a couple of years
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