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Last chance to get $70 off AirPods for Afterpay Day

Posted: 21 March 2021 8:40 am

For one day only, you can snap up Apple's cult-favourite headphones for a bargain price.

Spanning a huge range of stores and products, the Afterpay Day sales are a great opportunity to bag best-selling items at low prices.

Having now been running for three days, the sales are set to wrap up tonight, making today your last chance to shop the deals.

If you've been lusting after a pair of Apple's AirPods (2nd gen), you can currently score over $70 off the RRP by shopping them at eBay, bringing the price down from $249 to just $177.29

The offer comes as part of eBay's Afterpay Day sale, which includes 20% off a huge range of tech products.

To get the discount, simply add a pair of the headphones to cart and enter the code PAPDY20 at the checkout.

eBay's sale also encompasses other top tech products, including Sony's WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, Dell's XPS 13 7390 Laptop and GoPro's Hero 9 Action Cam.

Savvy shoppers can also invest to save throughout the year by signing up for an eBay Plus membership.

In addition to giving you access to exclusive members sales, eBay Plus also includes free shipping and returns on millions of eligible items and 5% off Coles on eBay orders.

eBay Plus also comes with a 30-day free trial period so you can try it out before committing fully. After the trial period ends, membership costs $49 per year.

To find out more, see our guide to eBay Plus.

For even more great Afterpay Day offers, check out one of deals round-ups below, or head to our Afterpay Day sales hub.

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