Deals: Get Apple's AirPods Pro 2 for Best Price of the Year So Far at $199.99

You can get Apple's AirPods Pro 2 for $199.99 today on Amazon, down from $249.00. This remains the best price on the accessory that we've seen so far in 2023, and Amazon estimates a delivery date as soon as February 20 for Prime customers.

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Apple's AirPods Pro 2 earphones feature better noise-canceling technology than the previous generation, improved Transparency mode, and an H2 chip. Overall, the earphones are similar in design to the original AirPods Pro, featuring a rounded design with silicone ear tips and a short stem.

We track sales for every model of the AirPods in our Best AirPods Deals guide, so be sure to bookmark that page while you shop around for the wireless headphones. Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

salz4life Avatar
11 months ago
They've been $199.99 for a couple weeks now.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ignatius345 Avatar
11 months ago

Should I be worried about Amazon selling the production AirPods that don’t meet quality standards? Or is that even a thing?
There are no "second tier" AirPods out there that are made by Apple. What you could get is a knock-off, though. That's a thing.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
randolorian Avatar
11 months ago
Costco has them for this price too. Picked up a set; I like them quite a bit better than AirPods 2nd and 3rd gen.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TechnoMonk Avatar
11 months ago

Just choose Amazon or a known seller and you'll be fine. Buy it from xxx3t then that's on you.
Not true. People have been burned directly buying from Amazon.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
esaleris Avatar
11 months ago

Until it's sold (and shipped) by, it's good and no worries.
I used to believe this, until I purchased an Apple Lightning Cable directly from and it arrived with slightly different plug housing dimension and my iPhone started saying the cable was not a compatible cable. This happened twice.

And then I looked into it and found it wasn't uncommon. Here's a Forbes article that explains how it happens ('').

All those products often get pooled together by bar code, regardless of whether they come from the brands themselves or other distributors. That way, Amazon can grab whichever product that’s ordered at the nearest warehouse to the customer.

That means even if you buy something that is technically sold by Amazon under the brand’s name, you might end up with a product supplied by a third-party merchant, which may or may not be the real thing.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JoshNori Avatar
11 months ago
But the real question is… do the tips collect as much earwax by volume as gen 1? Otherwise, pass.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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