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How to get $99 AirPods at eBay’s Plus Month sale


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eBay is slashing the price of Apple's cult-favourite headphones for one day only, so you'll have to be quick if you want to nab yourself a pair.

Online giant eBay continues its month-long sale with one of its most popular bargains: Apple's popular AirPods for just $99.

The latest AirPods sale kicks off at 5pm AEST on Wednesday 17 June.

The in-ear headphones are going for just $99, which is a massive $150 off the regular price. That's a 60% discount.

According to eBay, there will be 900 units up for grabs this time around. If you want to get your hands on a pair though, you'll have to be quick. This isn't the first time eBay has dropped AirPods for this price and they're usually an instant sellout. Similar deals earlier this month sold out in minutes.

If you are looking to try your luck, you'll need to sign up for an eBay Plus account if you haven't done so already. From there, you'll need to be on the eBay Plus home page in time for the sale starting and quickly add the item to cart and check out to cement your purchase.

The deal is part of a month-long shopping event exclusively for eBay Plus members. Dubbed "eBay Plus Month", the event will see a new deal offered each day, with some products discounted by as much as 80% off.

Other upcoming daily deals will see huge savings on other popular items such as the Nintendo Switch Neon with Animal Crossing (Thursday 18 June).

In addition to the exclusive sales, eBay Plus Month will also see members receive 20% off select eBay Plus items (from 15-30 June) and get spend and save offers such as spend $100, save $10; spend $500, save $50 and spend $2,000, save $200 (from 1-14 June).

On top of this, eBay Plus membership will get you free shipping on millions of eligible items and 5% off every shop at Coles on eBay.

This story was updated on 17 June 2020 to add the newest AirPod sale.

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