Beats Pill+ Bluetooth Speaker in White Discounted to $116 at Target and Amazon

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The Beats Pill+ Bluetooth speaker has received a notable discount today at two retailers, with the White model specifically getting marked down to one of the lowest price points seen for the device. At both Target and Amazon you can get the Beats Pill+ in White for $116.99, which is over $30 lower than the speaker's more common sale price of $150. When it first launched in 2015, Apple sold the Beats Pill+ for $230.

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The only other color that appears slightly lowered in price as well is Black, but on Target the color has sold out at the time of writing, and on Amazon every other color option is $149.00 and above (you'll have to add the speakers to your cart to see how much they are). Elsewhere at retailers like Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart, and Newegg the speaker sits at around a similar $149.00 price point, while Apple still sells it for $179.95.

In other Beats sales, Newegg's official eBay store has the Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones for $197.00, down from $299.00. Colors available include Gloss Black, Gloss White, Rose Gold, and Gold, and there is a limit to three headphones per customer.


The next best prices can be found at Walmart, Best Buy, and Amazon, which all have the headphones for about $219.99. Like the Beats Pill+ deal, discounts on the Beats Solo3 headphones at these retailers are mostly focused on one color of the device, this time in Black.

For more discounts on Beats and other products -- including a UE Megaboom sale going on right now at Best Buy -- be sure to visit our Deals Roundup.

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36 months ago
Love my Pill + but I’m hoping for a refresh sometime this year. It’s a great device but could really use the W1 chip for pairing and range. Now that I have that in my AirPods I’m really missing it in the Pill. For me, the chip would actually be more useful in the speaker.
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36 months ago
Much better price for this speaker. Bought one of the Pills at Best Buy a couple years ago for $229. Listened to it for about 15 minutes before deciding I'd be returning it. Bought a Bowers & Wilkins bluetooth speaker (T7 Wireless) for $350 and haven't looked back!
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