Jabra dishes out huge early Black Friday deals on its earbuds, starting from £50

In-ear headphones: Jabra Elite 4 Active
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There are so many wireless earbuds around right now that it can be tough to know when to start. Thanks to some awesome early Black Friday deals on some of Jabra's finest operators, that choice might have been made easier. 

Jabra earbuds are currently experiencing huge discounts across their wireless range, but you've got to be speedy if you want to take full advantage during the Black Friday sales period. We've reviewed hundreds of wireless earbuds over the course of our collective careers, so we know exactly what a good deal looks like, and trust us, there are some very good deals on some very good Jabra earbuds (starting from just £50!). We've not reviewed every single Jabra earbud listed below, but the ones we have reviewed assures us of the consistent quality you can expect across Jabra's range.

We've shortlisted six great models here that are discounted as part of the November sales, across various retailers such as Amazon, Very, Argos and John Lewis. Be sure to check which retailer has the best deal on your preferred colour, while we've listed the lowest prices so far below.

Jabra Elite 3 was £79 now £60 at Amazon (save £19)Also available at Argos
Read our Jabra Elite 3 review

Jabra Elite 3 was £79 now £60 at Amazon (save £19)
If saving money is your aim, take a look at the Elite 3. They might be cheap (now even cheaper with a 20 per cent discount), but you still receive ANC, HearThrough call tech, 24 hours of total battery life and even Fast Pair with Android devices. Not bad for just £60! Deal is for the nay finish.
Also available at Argos
Read our
Jabra Elite 3 review

Jabra Elite 5 was £150 now £108 at Amazon (save £42)
The Elite 5 are some of Jabra's smallest buds ever, but that doesn't make them sonic slouches. With a huge discount of £70 dropping them to £90, they're also some of the brand's best-value buds, too. Deal is for the Titanium black finish.
Read our Jabra Elite 5 review 

Jabra Elite 5 was £150 now £108 at Amazon (save £42)
The Elite 5 are some of Jabra's smallest buds ever, but that doesn't make them sonic slouches. With a huge discount of £70 dropping them to £90, they're also some of the brand's best-value buds, too. Deal is for the Titanium black finish.
Read our Jabra Elite 5 review 

Jabra Elite 4 Active was £120 now £69 at Amazon (save £51)Deal also at Very
Read our Jabra Elite 4 Active review

Jabra Elite 4 Active was £120 now £69 at Amazon (save £51)
Small, light and vibrant to listen to, the Elite 4 Active are a great choice for when you need a pair of robust, well-made and exciting buds that can be used every day or as part of your workout set-up. And that discount? It's not half bad, either.
Deal also at Very
Read our
Jabra Elite 4 Active review

Jabra Elite 7 Activewas £170now £142 at Amazon (save £28)

Jabra Elite 7 Active was £170 now £142 at Amazon (save £28)
The more 'elite' step up from the Elite Active 4 come with some serious specs. There's multipoint Bluetooth, voice pick-up sensors and three major voice assistants packed in, not to mention a very strong IP57 rating. At £50 off, they represent one heck of a deal, if you're happy with that fetching navy colourway, that is.

Jabra Elite 7 Prowas £200 now £141 at Amazon (save £59)

Jabra Elite 7 Pro was £200 now £141 at Amazon (save £59)
If you just want a pair of really fine earbuds to take anywhere and put through anything, the Pro should be on your list. With long battery life, voice assistant support, improved voice calls and, of course, hybrid ANC, the heavily discounted 7 Pro are tempting. 25% off is not to be dismissed lightly. 

Jabra Elite 10 was £230 now £211 at Amazon (save £19)

Jabra Elite 10 was £230 now £211 at Amazon (save £19)
The Elite 10 are the brand's current range-topping model and the most premium model yet – and they only just came out earlier this year. Packed with features, including flagship-worthy noise-cancelling and head-tracking tech, these are earbuds designed to compete with the very best. £50 off deal on the Titanium Black finish. 

Black Friday: what is it and how can I take advantage?

As you'll no doubt be aware, Black Friday usually represents the year's high point for deals and steals. While once associated with a single day in November (this year it's Friday the 24th), the whole concept has been broadened out to include a whole month's worth of bargains, special offers and discounts across a range of sites, retailers and brands.  The Friday itself is still a key moment in which the most deals are to be had, but there are scores of early Black Friday deals to be found in the runup to the big day. 

As such, you'd be well advised to keep our hub and deals pages saved and to hand in order to keep up to speed with all that's going on during this hectic period. Jabra has a decent track record of dropping its prices significantly during big sales events (it slashed tags during October's Prime Big Deal Days event), but it's by no means the only one to do so. If you can think of a mainstream audio brand, chances are it will be lowering its prices in the run-up to the festive period.  

Check out our companion pages, accessible via the links below, to find the finest discounts on speakers, headphones, earbuds, TVs and more.

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Harry McKerrell
Staff writer

Harry McKerrell is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi?. During his time at the publication, he has written countless news stories alongside features, advice and reviews of products ranging from floorstanding speakers and music streamers to over-ear headphones, wireless earbuds and portable DACs. He has covered launches from hi-fi and consumer tech brands, and major industry events including IFA, High End Munich and, of course, the Bristol Hi-Fi Show. When not at work he can be found playing hockey, practising the piano or trying to pet strangers' dogs.