Beats Solo3 wireless headphones are on sale again, this time for four days at $150

Beats Solo3 wireless headphones are on sale again, this time for four days at $150
The “Big Game” is drawing near, which naturally means loads of HDTVs are heavily discounted at retailers like Best Buy for those interested in watching Super Bowl LIII on the biggest, hottest screen available without spending a last-minute fortune.

But you can obviously follow the Patriots vs. Rams action on your mobile device too, and if you do, you may need a premium pair of new wireless headphones... at a reasonable price.

It doesn’t get more premium or reasonable than the Beats Solo3, which were recently marked down from a list price of $299.99 to $159.99 for 24 hours only, further dropping 10 bucks today through Sunday.

The only minor inconvenience is the paint job of the lone model on sale at $149.99 (or half off), namely matte gold, which may not be to everyone’s liking. But if you consider the fact that all other color options start at a whopping 300 bucks, you’ll surely be inclined to make this arguably small compromise.

Unsurprisingly, Apple sells every single Beats Solo3 variant at $300 apiece through its official online and offline stores, while Amazon can barely offer you discounts of around $100... in refurbished condition.

Naturally, the matte gold Beats Solo3 included in Best Buy’s massive pre-Super Bowl 4 Day Sale are brand-new, covered by a standard warranty, and yes, they’ll even qualify you for a free 90-day Apple Music trial (new subscribers only).

As for exactly how good these on-ear Bluetooth headphones are, the voice of the people says it all. A whopping 9,386 Best Buy customers have given the Solo3 an average rating of 4.8 stars out of 5, which is pretty much as good as it gets this day and age. And keep in mind most of those ratings probably came from folks who paid the full retail price for these bad boys.

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3 Comments

1. SIGPRO

Posts: 2817; Member since: Oct 03, 2012

Again? Looks like nobody is buying, can't blame them quality is crappy!

2. Ray.S

Posts: 459; Member since: Jul 19, 2011

Terrible sound quality! Artificial bass pumping; nothing close to an authentic sound frequency spectrum.

3. Șhekele

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 24, 2019

Could you recommend me some hewdphones that have this "authentic sound frequency spectrum" that you speak of.

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