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Amazon Prime Day deal: Apple Airpods for $185

Posted: 13 October 2020 11:49 am
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Amazon has knocked $65 off Apple Airpods with Charging Case (2nd Gen) as part of its Prime Day sales extravaganza.

The Apple Airpods remain the quintessential wireless earbuds, mimicked by many, surpassed by few. In our review of the 2nd Gen model, we raved about the audio, added battery power, call quality and suitability for jogging.

Currently retailing for $249 on Apple's Australian website, you can currently buy them from Amazon for $185. The catch is that you need to be an Amazon Prime member to get the deal. Fortunately, a free trial is available if you would prefer not to pay anything extra.

The deal ends at 11:45pm on Wednesday, 14 October AEDT. Stock may also be limited, so if you're keen to snap one up we advise moving quickly. Click on the link below to get the full discount.


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Apple AirPods for $185

Amazon Prime Day has the Apple Airpods with Charging Case (2nd Gen) down to $185. That's $65 cheaper than Apple's current price of $249.

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You can find more headphone deals across selected products by Bose, Koss, Denon and more. Click here to see all the best offers.

The Amazon Australia Prime Day sale will finish at 11:59pm on Wednesday 14 October. Deals from the US site will also then be available to Australians through the Amazon Global Store until 6pm on Thursday 15 October.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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