Apple Black Friday: AirPods Pro With MagSafe Drop to All-Time Low of $159 ($90 Off)
Update November 23: This deal is now also available at Amazon.
Black Friday is officially in full swing this afternoon, with the launch of one of the first major discounts at Walmart. There you can get Apple's AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case for just $159.00, down from $249.00.
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This deal is live as of 3 p.m. EST for Walmart+ subscribers only, and it will go live for all shoppers beginning tonight at 7 p.m. EST.
This deal is now the best price that we've ever tracked on the AirPods Pro with MagSafe, and it's beating most other retailers' prices by about $30. Given that Apple just refreshed the AirPods Pro with the MagSafe Charging Case in October, this is a very good deal for the AirPods Pro.
The only difference between the 2021 AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case and the 2019 AirPods Pro is the addition of the MagSafe Charging Case. Otherwise, the headphones are the exact same as they were when released in 2019, but given that the price cut is already so steep on the 2021 model, it's best to opt for Walmart's deal.
We're keeping track of all this season's best deals in our Black Friday 2021 Roundup. You can also find more of our daily deals and other offers in our Deals Roundup.
Top Rated Comments
Well -- this sale finally ticks all the boxes so I'll give them a try. (Spent way too much money on Apple stuff, AND home repair stuff, this season -- so this is going to have to be about the end of it!)
Also, spatial audio, particularly the 'spatialize stereo' (fixed, not head tracked) feature in iOS 15 is pretty cool. I dislike it for podcasts, but for music I've come to really like it, especially while walking outdoors. The way it places your music inside a virtualized physical space makes the sound feel more in harmony with the physical space around you, rather than like it's originating from a speaker in your ear. It sounded almost too different to me at first, but I've been enjoying it more and more.