Black Friday: AirPods Pro With MagSafe Drop to $159 on Amazon

Amazon is now matching Walmart's price on the AirPods Pro with MagSafe, available for $159.00, down from $249.00. These are shipped and sold directly from Amazon, and although stock is low you can still get them in time for the holidays (mid December as of writing).

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Stock may begin dwindling soon, however, due to this sale being one of the best all-around deals on Apple products happening this week. We aren't expecting to see any better discounts on the all-new AirPods Pro on Friday, so if you want a pair, buy them now.

If you're shopping for other AirPods, the AirPods 3 are $149.99 right now on Amazon, down from $179.00. You'll need to add these to your cart for an automatic coupon to apply to your order. Additionally, AirPods Max are back to their all-time low price of $429.00 on Amazon, down from $549.00.

Lastly, AirPods 2 have reached a low price of $99.99 this week, down from $129.00. This is another deal that will be reflected in the checkout screen after an automatic coupon is applied to the order.

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.

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adamjackson Avatar
34 months ago
Alright…I returned the AirPods Pro I bought from Amazon for $199 over a week ago and bought these. Amazon no longer offers price adjustments on Apple products after 7 days so they’d rather give me a new set and pay shipping both ways than just give me $40 gift card. Sigh.
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sinsin07 Avatar
34 months ago
Glad I held on to my 40%



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japanime Avatar
34 months ago

When does this happen?

I've had a pair for 12 months and they're fine so far.
For some (including me) it happens about one or two months of receiving a new pair. Mine have been replaced six times so far.

FWIW, it does seem to happen mostly for people who use them while exercising or otherwise moving around (jogging, walking, etc.)

This thread, which is now up to nearly 40 pages and 1,000 posts, covers the issue pretty well:

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/airpods-pro-rattlegate.2233658/
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adamjackson Avatar
34 months ago

Given the 30 days return window it would make sense to be 30 days. Guess I will keep returning things in case of a major price drop. You didn’t answer though, do I need to contact the customer support or is there a button to get the adjustment?
You can chat with Amazon (easier to google for it than try to find it on their website) and then you can ask for the adjustment. If they decline, ask for a free return label and they'll email it to you. As soon as UPS scanned my box, Amazon credited my account the $200 and I turned around and ordered the AirPods for $159 for Friday delivery.
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iamMacPerson Avatar
34 months ago
I bought yesterday for $169. Already got them. I contacted support last night when Walmart got them back in stock at $159 and they wouldn't price match but gave me a $12 courtesy credit to use on anything sold & shipped by Amazon so it worked out for me. So far I am happy with them, just going to take some getting used to coming from Gen 2s.
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sinsin07 Avatar
34 months ago

Wow, terrific! How did you get that Discovery offer?
https://www.amazon.com/b?node=20906613011&linkCode=sl2&tag=jpin&linkId=0c02370ca9287e2f94ecba74dd51731b&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl
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