Verizon offers 25 percent savings on select Beats headphones with one broad condition

Verizon offers 25 percent savings on select Beats headphones with one broad condition
Beats headphones may still carry the brand name of the old 2008-founded company that rapper and entrepreneur Dr. Dre sold to Apple back in 2014, but when it comes to pricing strategies and deals, these are very much like every other product manufactured by the Cupertino-based tech giant.

Namely, they’re awfully costly and rarely discounted, at least directly by Apple, although iPad Pro buyers have been able to get some of them for free this back to school season.

Meanwhile, after offering its unlimited customers a cool 6 months of complimentary Apple Music service, Verizon can now hook up buyers of “any Apple device or Android smartphone” with 25 percent savings on “select” Beats headphones.

The promotion is even valid for new Apple Music subscribers, but obviously, the two deals cannot be combined. You apparently have until the end of the month to purchase an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Android handset from Verizon and shave 25 percent off your choice of the Beats Powerbeats 3, Solo 3, and Studio 3 headphones.

That brings the Powerbeats 3 retail price down from $200 to $150, the Solo 3 from $300 to $225, and the Studio 3 from $349.99 to $262.49. That’s not too bad, but we’d be remiss not to mention all three models are currently available from other retailers at even lower prices, no strings attached.

Best Buy, for instance, has the Beats Powerbeats 3 on sale for $120 and up, while the Solo 3 fetches a crazy low $198 right now, and the Studio 3 sets you back $250 after a cool $100 markdown.

source: Verizon

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