Apple's Beats Powerbeats Pro go down in price by as much as $80 in new Best Buy deal - PhoneArena

Apple's Beats Powerbeats Pro go down in price by as much as $80 in new Best Buy deal

Apple's Beats Powerbeats Pro go down in price by as much as $80 in new Best Buy deal
If you're thinking of buying a pair of trendy true wireless earbuds nowadays but don't want to pick up by far the most popular option in the world due to the somewhat excessive price or divisive design of Apple's AirPods, the number of excellent alternatives available is essentially growing by the day.

One of the best actually comes from Apple as well via the Cupertino-based tech giant's Beats subsidiary, and even though the Powerbeats Pro are typically more expensive than the second-gen AirPods with a wireless charging case included, you can often get pretty solid discounts on those sporty little headphones with absolutely no cords on them.

The newest deal brings the price of Apple's Beats Powerbeats Pro lower than ever, but there are a couple of things to consider before pulling the trigger. First and foremost, these are certified refurbished units Best Buy is selling at $169.99 a pair. Secondly, the promotion will apparently only be valid for 24 hours... or until stocks run out. Finally, it's also worth pointing out you can purchase the heavily marked-down earbuds exclusively in a black variant.

Meanwhile, brand-new Powerbeats Pro units are still available at $199.99 in black, navy, moss, and ivory hues after a $50 price cut of their own. In other words, you're looking at saving 80 bucks with this refurb deal compared to the list price of unused and untouched Powerbeats Pros, but only $30 compared to how much they currently cost. Still, if you want to spend as little money as possible on sleek, lightweight, and comfortable wireless earbuds with stellar battery life, fast charging capabilities, premium sound, and a water-resistant build, you can definitely trust Best Buy's Geek Squad program.

This guarantees your refurbished product is pretty much as good as new after being rigorously tested and inspected by professional technicians. Besides, these particular headphones are not very old, so they're unlikely to have incurred much damage before going through this process of refurbishment and certification.

Check out the deal here

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