How to get $99 AirPods on Black Friday thanks to eBay

Posted: 27 November 2020 4:00 am
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With just 1,000 units available, you'll have to be quick to make the most of this red hot offer.

The Black Friday sales period is one of the best times of the year to snap up major deals on top-selling products, like Apple's popular AirPods.

In what's shaping up to be the best offer we'll see on the tiny buds, eBay has announced that it will be dropping units for just $99, which is a whopping $150 off the regular retail price.

The sale will kick off today (Friday 27 November) at 10am AEDT, with a set number of AirPods dropping hourly at the heavily discounted price. 1,000 units will be available in total.

In order to grab yourself a pair, you will need to be an eBay Plus member, so we suggest signing up now if you haven't done so already. Membership comes with a free 30-day trial, after which it costs $49 per year.

In addition to getting you access to the AirPods deal, membership will also allow you to shop eBay's other Black Friday deals. While some offers are yet to be revealed, we do know that the online giant intends to slash 20% off millions of items, along with 20% off its Coles on eBay shop.

It will also be offering members other mega deals including Apple AirPods Pro for $249 (usually $375, 800 units available), Bose QuietComfort 35 II Headphones for $249 (usually $359, 660 units available) and Nintendo Switch (Neon) + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe bundles for $349 (RRP $469.95, 1,000 units available).

Once the Black Friday sale is over, you can also enjoy free express delivery and free returns on millions of eligible items, along with free delivery and 5% off your groceries when you shop at Coles on eBay.

For more Black Friday offers, you can see a list of deals that have already started or see the sales that you can shop now with Afterpay.


Black Friday is a 24-hour event, which will be held this year on 27 November. The mega sales event is closely followed by Cyber Monday, which falls on 30 November and sees even more bargains offered by online stores.


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