Beats Solo3 wireless headphones go $140 off list to just $160 at Best Buy (today only)

Beats Solo3 wireless headphones go $140 off list to just $160 at Best Buy (today only)
For the first time ever, no new Beats-branded products were released over the course of a whole year in 2018, but at the same time, Apple’s rumored first-ever on-ear headphones didn’t see daylight either.

If you’re not willing to wait for... whatever the Cupertino-based tech giant might have in the pipeline in the premium audio accessories space, the aging Beats Solo3 can still be a very smart purchase. But not at their full retail price of $299.99.

Luckily, Best Buy has discounted these extremely well-reviewed wireless headphones a number of times over the past couple of months, bringing them down to their lowest price yet in two color options as part of a new deal of the day.

If you hurry, you can get a pair of these bad boys in matte silver or matte gold at $159.99, representing a cool savings of 140 bucks, or a whopping 47 percent off the regular price of the Beats Solo3.

The headphones are available at the time of this writing for 300 bucks at the Apple Store and Amazon, mind you, and even Best Buy still sells them at their full retail cost in all other paint jobs, including black, silver, rose gold, white, red, and “defiant black-red.”

Believe it or not, certified refurbished units are also up for grabs starting at $255 right now, while the marked-down $160 models mentioned above are obviously brand-new, unused, untouched, and unopened, as well as covered by a standard one-year warranty.

There’s a lot to like about the Beats Solo3 Wireless, especially at $159.99, starting from a stellar battery life of up to 40 hours, 5-minute Fast Fuel technology for three hours of playback, “award-winning” sound quality, and an Apple W1 chip guaranteeing “seamless setup and switching” for iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches.

Check out the deal here


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