Best wireless headphone deals for January 2020

If you’re looking to start 2020 with a new pair of headphones — be it wired, wireless, or even noise-canceling — or true wireless earbuds, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up all of the best headphone deals available right now, and with the list including everything from the Apple AirPods to the Sony WH-1000XM3, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

So, what’s available? Quite a lot, actually. Amazon has a rare offer on the run-of-the-mill AirPods with Charging Case, Bose is selling the QuietComfort 35 at a steep discount, and Walmart has the PowerBeats Pro for $200 . You’ll need to act fast to bag a bargain though as there’s only a small amount of stock set aside for each deal — and when it’s out of stock, it’s out of stock.

Best headphone deals right now

  • Apple AirPods with Charging Case$129 ($30 off)
  • Apple AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging Case$169 ($30 off)
  • Beats Solo 3 Wireless$189 ($110 off)
  • Bose QuietComfort 35$230 ($120 off)
  • Sony WH-1000XM3$200 ($150 off)
  • Powerbeats Pro$200 ($50 off)
  • Sennheiser PXC 550$200 ($150 off)

Apple AirPods with Charging Case

$129 $159
Expires soon
Launched in 2016, the AirPods aren't old hat by any means, offering near enough all the same features as the AirPods 2 — with the main difference being it lasts for half the time on a single charge.

Bose QuietComfort 35

$230 $350
Expires soon
Succeeded by the Bose 700, the Bose QuietComfort 35 is still one of the best noise-canceling headphones on the market, delivering balanced audio and around 20 hours of listening per charge. Neat.

Sennheiser Momentum (M2)

Expires soon
There isn't a whole lot to the Sennheiser Momentum (M2). They're a simple set of high-end noise-canceling headphones that do just one thing, but they do it well: Produce fantastic sound.

Apple AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging Case

$169 $199
Expires soon
Released in March 2019, the Apple AirPods 2 come with improved battery life, the ability to launch Siri using your voice, and a Wireless Charging Case. A minor but worthwhile refinement nonetheless.

Sony WH-CH700N

$130 $200
Expires soon
Wireless noise-canceling headphones don't have to break at the bank. A fantastic deal when they aren't on sale, Sony WH-CH700N both look and sound fantastic, and last a lifetime on a single charge.

Bose SoundSport Free

$200 $250
Expires soon
The Bose SoundSport Free are some of the best true wireless earbuds on the market, delivering bass-rich sound and up to five hours of life from a single charge. Oh, and they're sweat-resistant. Nice.

Beats Powerbeats Pro

$200 $250
Expires soon
With water-resistance, wraparound hooks to keep them affixed during intense workouts, and a phenomenal nine-hour battery life, the Powerbeats Pro are a must-have for fitness fantatics.

Beats Solo 3 Wireless

$195 $300
Expires soon
There’s more to the Beats Solo 3 Wireless than just kick and punch — they’re small and nimble, so they can be folded up and dropped into a handbag, backpack, or maybe even a fanny pack.

Sennheiser Momentum

$230 $300
Expires soon
We'll cut to the chase: The Sennheiser Momentum are the best-sounding true wireless earbuds on the market. Period. They look fantastic, too. The one downside? They only have a four-hour battery life.

Beats Studio 3 Wireless

$185 $350
Expires soon
The Beats Studio3 Wireless are a fantastic set of noise-canceling headphones for a number of reasons: They’re comfortable, well-built, and their bass-y sound makes them perfect for hip-hop fans.

Powerbeats 3

$95 $200
Expires soon
Beats' Powerbeats 3 tethered Bluetooth earbuds are among the best on the market, appealing to athletes and businessmen alike thanks to their minimalist design and fantastic sound quality.

How to choose headphones

The secret to scoring a fantastic deal on pair of headphones is preparation. Decide on the type of headphones you’re after and any must-have features (a set of wireless headphones with noise canceling, for example) before starting your search. Better yet, tunnel in on the specific cans you want. This will dramatically increase your chances of taking them home on the cheap.

Of course, that’s a lot easier said than done. If you’re shopping on a budget, chances are you’re going to go with the first set within reach. As long as you know whether you’re after noise-canceling, wired, wireless, or true wireless, this won’t be an issue — because we’ve vetted all of the products featured above, so you can find comfort in knowing they’re the crème de la crème.

Just keep in mind that when it comes to headphones you get what you pay for. A $50 set of cans from a budget manufacturer like Anker aren’t going to sound the same as a $350 high-end pair from an audio titan like Sony, nor will they have the same noise-canceling chops. But that’s to be expected: Not everyone wants the best in the business. It’s all relative to the user.

By shopping through Digital Trends, though, you can rest assured you’re seeing the absolute best headphones at each price point.

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