Grab the new Apple AirPods (3rd Generation) for 22-percent off

Apple doesn’t put its products on sale very often, so when they do, you won’t want to miss them. For a limited time, Amazon and Walmart are offering a 22% discount on the new Apple AirPods (3rd Generation), bringing the price down from $179 to just $139. That’s just $10 more than the usual cost of previous-generation AirPods.

The 3rd generation Apple AirPods are headphones that offer advanced features you won’t find in the AirPods 2 model. These features include Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking to automatically adjust audio; an adaptive equalization system that adapts to your hearing; sweat and water resistant design; and a long-lasting MagSafe charging case that takes total listening time up to 30 hours. All of these upgrades are on top of the namesake AirPod tech that’s stuck around since the first model, like quick access to Siri, in-ear sensing and easy touch controls, plus that classic white exterior.

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And if you want to upgrade even more with Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, and interchangeable silicone tips, you can also get 24% off the Apple AirPods Pro, bringing these headphones down to $189 from at their usual retail price of $249.

For those who want a more classic option, you can opt for the Apple AirPods (2nd generation), which are one of the cheaper options at just $119 with a 25% discount.

Not accessorizing an iPhone? Try these other headphones and wireless headphones deals:

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 (was $150, now $130)

Sony WF-1000XM4 (was $390, now $278)

JBL Club Pro Plus (was $200, now $90)

LG Tone Wireless Bluetooth Headphones (was $200, now $159)

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