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Free yourself from headphone wires with this deal from Best Buy, because you can get first-generation Apple AirPods for $199.99 (regularly $219.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $20.00!

The modest price cut is almost certainly because of Apple's announcement of second-generation AirPods on March 20, but this is one of the rare times when they've been priced below $200.00. For comparison, first-generation Apple AirPods are currently regular price at The Source and Walmart.

Apple AirPods are compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled device and widely-regarded as one of the best truly wireless Bluetooth headphones on the market. Product features include:

  • Up to five hours of listening time on a single charge, with 24 additional hours with the charging case
  • 15 minute-charge equals three hours of listening time
  • One-tap setup for all your Apple devices, seamless switching between devices
  • Quick access to Siri with a double tap
  • Rich, high-quality audio and voice

This offer is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) until March 27. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • I think the new AirPods have too much upside to want to buy the old ones for just in $20 savings. Should be at least $179 or less.
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    • oecB0CQ - Imgur.png

      Here's the main difference between Airpod 1 and the new ones out.
      I wouldn't get the first gen ones given the small difference for $20, which gets you a new chip and Siri functionality.
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    • trixR4kids wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:30 am
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      Here's the main difference between Airpod 1 and the new ones out.
      I wouldn't get the first gen ones given the small difference for $20, which gets you a new chip and Siri functionality.
      I would not get either because of the price to value proposition
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    • RedSwagDeals wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:33 am
      I would not get either because of the price to value proposition
      Agreed. To this day I can't see the value. I mean if you have the disposable cash, by all means. But in regards to the main differences between Gen 1 and 2, its +1 hour of talk and Siri. Lastly, $20 off Gen 1 is still too pricey for something that will get old quick.
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    • RedSwagDeals wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:33 am
      I would not get either because of the price to value proposition
      Could you suggest a pair that is the best price to value proposition then?
      The biggest feature about Airpods is the sleek design and seamless ecosystem connectivity.
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    • Hello community,

      For those who might be interested by it / looking for other options, I have ordered and received a pair of Lenovo air tws. Bought them for about 55-60$ on AliExpress. Build and sound quality is quite good, feel comfortable in my ears and don't fall out at all.

      Might be a good option for some. Reviews are good also.
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    • WayneEnterprise wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:37 am
      Agreed. To this day I can't see the value. I mean if you have the disposable cash, by all means. But in regards to the main differences between Gen 1 and 2, its +1 hour of talk and Siri. Lastly, $20 off Gen 1 is still too pricey for something that will get old quick.
      +1. Will probably bite when price drops below 150 or get a pair used at sub-$100 as other tend to gravitate to the newer model.
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    • Buying used AirPods to save money? That’s too low even for RFD.
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    • NeilJasper wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:48 am
      +1. Will probably bite when price drops below 150 or get a pair used at sub-$100 as other tend to gravitate to the newer model.
      I agree on the $150 price point for new gen 1. I would buy. However, I would NOT buy used - even at sub $100. Apart from the hygiene issue I would be too concerned about the state of the battery. Those batteries are not built to last forever ...
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    • Go PM with Staples and use their $10 off coupon by subscribing to their email if you really want this item now.
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    • RedSwagDeals wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:33 am
      I would not get either because of the price to value proposition
      WayneEnterprise wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:37 am
      Agreed. To this day I can't see the value. I mean if you have the disposable cash, by all means. But in regards to the main differences between Gen 1 and 2, its +1 hour of talk and Siri. Lastly, $20 off Gen 1 is still too pricey for something that will get old quick.
      I thought the same, but once I got a pair gifted, I actually use them all the time. One thing I never did but always subscribed to was listen to Podcasts. I find I am actually more productive, since they are very unobtrusive, and there's the auto-pause feature as soon as you take them off. I've since lost my pair for the last month, and been holding off for the update. I just placed my order for a new pair with wireless charging.

      Like many "Apple" things. You don't realize how EASY and convenient their products are until you get a chance to use them.
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    • I bought airpods about a year ago and ended up selling them. They were awful. My biggest complaint was the fit - I could hardly hear podcasts on loud settings when commuting and the sound leakage from outside made music terrible. And if I can hear so much outside sound, that must mean other people can probably hear my my music or whatever I was listening to because I literally had to put them on blast.

      Since then, I got these from primecables. https://www.primecables.ca/p-369521-cab ... headphones

      I'm not a shill but you don't have to believe me. These headphones are fantastic. They've got good bass and I get atleast 3 hours of battery life, if not more. These were the first bluetooth headphones that also never gave me any range issues. Other headphones would frequently cut in and out if I had the phone in my pant pocket which is terrible range. The audio quality is pretty good, although I wouldn't consider myself an audiophile. And that's not to mention the price.

      Why people would pay $200 for airpods? Probably because everyone took the bait and can't return them. The more you see people with them, the more you think "oh they must be good".
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    • RedSwagDeals wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:33 am
      I would not get either because of the price to value proposition
      I get you, it seemed a bit absurd to spend so much on headphones that were inferior in pretty much every way to other headphones I own.
      But after getting a good deal on a pair, that I was originally planning to resell, I have to say that these things are super convenient if you use apple products.

      I pretty much only use them when I am at work to take calls, and even for this limited use, I think they are totally worth it.
      If I forget both my ANC headphones and my IEMs and I want to listen to music, the play pause feature on these is pretty amazing.

      When using them I think you look like a device used to introduce a stream of water into the body, and I hate the eartips, but they are pretty amazing in their own special way.
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    • niksfever wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 10:38 am
      Why people would pay $200 for airpods? Probably because everyone took the bait and can't return them. The more you see people with them, the more you think "oh they must be good".
      This is one of the dumbest post I have ever seen here. You didn't have a good fit, fair. But don't assume "everyone took the bait" because you clearly did.

      AirPods, albeit overpriced, are the most convenient earphones I have ever used.
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    • Waiting for Gen1 to hit sub $150
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    • niksfever wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 10:38 am
      Why people would pay $200 for airpods? Probably because everyone took the bait and can't return them. The more you see people with them, the more you think "oh they must be good".
      Apple allows 14 days returns on everything; opened, used, and some items even without the original packaging. And most people buy directly from Apple, not from random retailers with crappy return policies to save a few dollars. So, no.
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    • Love my airpods since day one. They're so much more comfortable to me compared to in ear earphones. In ears start to fatigue and hurt after a while but these won't.

      Never had an issue of leaking sound as I don't crank up the volume. I prefer to protect my hearing instead of destroying them. Can't get how ppl can listen on max volume on any headphones.
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    • Poutinemaster wrote:
      Mar 21st, 2019 9:43 am
      Hello community,

      For those who might be interested by it / looking for other options, I have ordered and received a pair of Lenovo air tws. Bought them for about 55-60$ on AliExpress. Build and sound quality is quite good, feel comfortable in my ears and don't fall out at all.

      Might be a good option for some. Reviews are good also.
      This is an AirPods thread, get your Lenovo garbage out of here
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    • I need a pair for myself and a pair for the wife... Can't justify only saving $20 for the older model
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