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Listen up: AirPods Pro 2nd generation are now $50 off

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Save $50: As of Nov. 21, a pair of Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is now $199.99, down from $249.99 at Best Buy. That’s a savings of 20%.

If you’re still battling the tangly wires of headphones that hook up to your phone, it’s way past time to upgrade. Apple’s newest Airpods Pro are on sale just in time to make your holiday travels a little less stressful, at a good price.

As of Nov. 21, the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) are available for only $199.99 at Best Buy. Usually sold at $249.99, Best Buy’s price is $50 off, or a savings of 20%. You can thank Early Black Friday sales for this deal.

Wondering what the difference is between regular AirPods and AirPods Pro? AirPods Pro have improved noise cancellation and include a U1 chip for better sound quality and three-dimensional sound. This is a boon to those who need to remove distractions from their environment, plus the headphones boast an estimated battery life of up to 6 hours. Worried about fit? They come with silicon tips in sizes XS-L for optimal comfort.

The AirPods Pro (2nd generation) case is compatible with Find My, allowing you to keep track of it, just in case. Like any other device, there’s a bit of a learning curve for anyone upgrading from the 1st generation of the AirPods Pro. User controls work a bit differently, and even with silicon tips in various sizes, not everyone thinks they’re a perfect fit. Plus, Mashable’s Stan Schroeder noted in his review that the 2nd generation offers small overall improvements rather than a noticeable overhaul. However, this is still a great deal on a newly released product for someone who’s ready to try out AirPods Pro.

If you want this deal, grab it — this price may not last for long.

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