These days your choice of headphones is extensive. But we've taken all the legwork out of selecting your next pair by bringing you the best deals around. For the biggest savings on the biggest brands, read on...

No matter if you're the in-, on- or over-ear type, whether you like your noise cancelled or your wires to disappear, there's definitely something here for you.

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In-ear headphone deals

Shure SE846

Tested at £950 / Now £814 at Amazon - saving over £135

The SE846s are among the best in-ear headphones money can buy, and this discount makes them much more affordable.

 

B&O Play H3

Original Price £200 / Now £70 at eBay - saving £130

Less than half price. That's enough to make an already good product compelling.

 

Libratone Q Adapt In-Ear​

Tested at £160 / Now £116 at Amazon - saving over £40

Comfortable fit and smooth sound make these Libratones well worth a listen.

 

Sony MDR-EX650AP (above)

Tested at £60 / Now £37 at Amazon- saving over £20

These Award-winning in-ear headphones are one of the most popular products on this website. They deliver superb sound, sit comfortably and are now an authentic bargain. 

 

On-ear headphone deals

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2

Tested at £250 / Now £120 at Sevenoaks - saving £130

With gorgeous looks and even better sound, the Bowers and Wilkins P5 Series 2 headphones deserve full attention.

 

B&O BeoPlay H2

Tested at £170 / Now £85 at Amazon - saving £85

The B&O BeoPlay H2s are the complete package - stylish, comfortable and great-sounding. And half-price.

 

Beyerdynamic T51i

Tested at £245 / Now £185 at eBay - saving £60

Award-winners back in 2014 and only more appealing at this price.

 

AKG Y50 (above)

Tested at £80 / Now £60 at Amazon - saving £20

Product of the Year, Awards 2016. We need say no more. 

 

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Over-ear headphone deals

Sennheiser Urbanite XL

Tested at £200 / Now £108 at Amazon - saving over £90

Generous helpings of bass and a clear, open sound are what you get from these solid Sennheisers.

 

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Over-ear​

Tested at £270 / Now £199 at Sevenoaks - saving over £70

Portable, desirable and packing brilliant sound, the Momentum 2.0s are a cut above.

 

Philips Fidelio X2

Tested at £230 / Now £165 at Amazon - saving £65

If you’re after a pair of headphones comfortable enough to wear for days while enjoying precise, detailed sound, the X2s deserve a listen.

 

Grado SR325e (above)

Tested at £280 / Now £245 at Audible Fidelity  - saving £35

Award-winning headphones that are only harder to beat at this money.

 

 

Noise-cancelling headphone deals

AKG N60 NC (above)

Tested at £230 / Now £149 at eBay - saving over £80

The best noise-cancelling headphones available below £250, the N60 NCs sound absolutely stunning.

 

B&O BeoPlay H8

Tested at £380 / Now £325 at Amazon - saving £55

Style meets great features and good sound in B&O’s flagship on-ears

 

Philips SHB8750NC

Original price £90 / Now £68 at eBay - saving over £20

Not to be confused with the five-star SHB8850NC, but these wireless noise-cancelling headphones are still quite the bargain.

 

Bose QuietComfort 25

Tested at £270 / Now £255 at Amazon - saving £15

Bose makes some of the best noise-cancelling headphones around. These QC 25s are a chip off the old block.

Bluetooth headphone deals

B&W P5 Wireless

Tested at £330 / Now £219 at Amazon - saving over £110

One listen and it's obvious why these won an Award.

 

Libratone Q Adapt on-ear (above)

Tested at £220/ Now £168 at Amazon - saving over £50

Libratone's first on-ear headphones might not be the very best around, but they're not half bad - especially with this discount.

 

AKG Y50 BT

Tested at £150 / Now £110 at Amazon - saving £40

There is nothing to dislike about these AKGs - they have the looks, the feel, the fit and the sound. But not the wires.

 

 

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Comments

whatifwindows's picture

If you need an in-ear

If you need an in-ear headphone, then grab Panasonic RPHJE120. I own it and it's the cheapest in-ear headphone with awesome sound quality.

surya kumar's picture

Sennheiser and the skullcandy

Sennheiser and the skullcandy also availble in the least with best quality.

Steven Wilcox's picture

Audeze bargains

£400 for a pair of new Audeze LCD2s.  I doubt you'll find a better buy than that!

https://www.audeze.com/promotional-products/audeze-black-friday-b-stock-sale