Pick up some of 2018’s best headphones for a steal in eBay’s January Tech Sale
Whether you're after noise-cancelling, over-ear, wireless or any other type of headphone, you can save big with eBay's latest sale.
The difference between a good set of headphones and that cheapo pair you picked up at the supermarket is like the difference between rocking out in the middle of a concert mosh pit and listening to the muted echoed from outside the venue: there's simply no comparison.
Unfortunately, good headphones don't normally come cheap, especially if you want to rid yourself of the frustration of tangle-happy headphones cables with a wireless set or shut out the cacophonic world with a premium noise-cancelling pair.
Right now, though, you can treat yourself to a high-quality audio experience without the steep price tag by taking advantage of eBay's latest tech sale. Using the promo code "PCTECH", you can slash 20% off some of the most popular headphones on the market, from Apple's ubiquitous AirPods to Bose's impressive QuietComfort 35 noise-cancelling headphones. The sale ends midnight 22 January so you won't want to take too long deciding on which pair to pick up.
We've rounded up some of our top picks from the sale in the table below, but if you'd rather browse the deals for yourself, just head on over to eBay's January Tech Sale page.
|Model||Original price||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Sennheiser HD 429 headphones||$139.99||$111.99||Go to site|
|Bose SoundSport wireless in-ear headphones||$228.00||$182.40||Go to site|
|Apple AirPods||$285.00||$228.00||Go to site|
|Beats Studio3 wireless headphones||$399.99||$319.99||Go to site|
|Sony WH-1000XM2 noise-cancelling headphones||$438.99||$351.19||Go to site|
|Bose QuietComfort 35 II noise-cancelling headphones||$457.00||$365.60||Go to site|
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