AirPods with charging case, Black Friday discounts
AirPods with wireless charging case: Black Friday deals
That leaves a little more room for heftier discounts, so you shouldn’t be surprised to hear Amazon, Best Buy, B&H Photo Video, Target, and Walmart are all charging $40 less than usual, essentially bringing the AirPods with wireless charging case down to the typical price of a pair of these bad boys bundled with a standard wired charging case.
Before prematurely pulling the trigger, you may want to keep in mind that we’ve actually seen this model more deeply discounted in the past, so there’s a very good chance some (if not all) of the aforementioned retailers will go as low as $140 or even $130 come Black Friday 2020.
Will the AirPods Pro be on sale for Black Friday?
In short, the answer to that question is a resounding yes. Even better, the noise-cancelling AirPods Pro can already be purchased at a considerable $30 off their $250 list price from Amazon and Target, with less than a month to go until the Black Friday celebration technically kicks off.
The question on many people’s minds right now might be whether it’s wise to wait or avoid the holiday hubbub and get an early start on crossing items off your Christmas gift lists with a heavily discounted pair of high-end true wireless earbuds.
The honest answer is we have no idea, as we obviously can’t guarantee better deals will come by the end of the year. But for a very short time, Verizon customers were able to take the aforementioned MSRP of the AirPods Pro all the way down to $187.50 last month, which naturally gives us hope that the carrier and the likes of Amazon and Best Buy could shave up to $70 or $80 off the $250 regular price in time for Thanksgiving.
In keeping with tradition, Apple itself is likely to throw holiday shoppers a bone in the form of a gift card that could be bundled with both the AirPods Pro and “standard” AirPods this year. The company sold the non-Pro earbuds with a $25 gift card included for Black Friday 2019, mind you, offering no holiday deal whatsoever for the high-end October 2019-released model.
Things could be different this time around for fairly obvious reasons, but it’s hard to predict the value of Apple’s impending gift card promotions.