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Cyber Monday wireless earbuds deals: save on AirPods Bose, Sony, Beats and more

Cyber Monday wireless earbuds deals
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True wireless earbuds are one of the hottest tech topics this year and there are some great Cyber Monday deals on a range of earphones – including some of the best we've ever tested.

Cyber Monday deals are taking over now that Black Friday is a distant memory, so we've rounded up the best Cyber Monday wireless earbuds deals that are on sale today, from $25 Ankers all the way to $189 Boses, with Sonys, Beats and Technics pairs in between. Because why scroll down endless deals when you don't have to? Happy Cyber Monday shopping, folks!

We've managed to track down no fewer than eight different Cyber Monday wireless earbuds deals that deserve to be snapped up, including the AirPods Pro as well as earbuds from Sony, Technics and Bose. Some have noise-cancelling, others 30-hour+ battery lives – but all represent great value thanks to their Cyber Monday discounts.

Struggling to find a pair for you? There's always our best Cyber Monday headphones deals page, which covers all styles for all budgets.

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Soundcore Anker Life Note E $50 $25 at Best Buy (save $25) (opens in new tab)
On a tight budget? These Ankers were nicely priced at their original RRP but are now less than half price in Best Buy's Black Friday sale. You shouldn't expect sound quality as good as the premium models, but there's plenty to like – Bluetooth 5.2 support and a 32-hour battery, for example.

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Sony WF-1000XM3 (opens in new tab)$230 $128 at Amazon (save $102) (opens in new tab)
While now surpassed by the $278 WF-1000XM4, these true wireless earbuds are still great buys – especially at this discounted price. They combine effective active noise-cancelling with a real sense of musicality. Five stars, What Hi-Fi? Award winner

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Bose QuietComfort Earbuds $279 $199 at Amazon (save $80) (opens in new tab)
The fantastic, five-star true wireless earbuds combine brilliant noise-cancelling tech with natural, dynamic sound. They're worthy challengers to the AirPods Pro – especially now they've dropped from $279. Get them at Amazon and Best Buy (opens in new tab). Five stars

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Beats Studio Buds $150 $99.95 + free $10 voucher at Amazon (save $60) (opens in new tab)
Other retailers are also offering $50 off all three colours of the Beats Studio Buds – red, black and white – but Amazon is also giving free $10 credit with purchases. We called these new Beats "a neat true wireless solution that represents one of the best affordable alternatives to Apple’s AirPods we’ve seen so far". So, what are you waiting for? Four stars

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Panasonic RZ-S500W $180 $129.95 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
Panasonic's noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds are the best you can buy at this new permanent price drop, offering features and sound quality that are very rare at this price. Five stars, What Hi-Fi? Award winner

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Technics EAH-AZ70W $249 $156.86 at WorldWideStereo (save $92) (opens in new tab)
US buyers can grab just as good a deal at WorldWideStereo. Save $92 on premium wireless earbuds that impress with punchy sound, good noise-cancelling and a comfortable design. Silver finish only. Four stars

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AirPods Pro $250 $179 at Amazon (save $71) (opens in new tab)
We called the AirPods Pro "exceptionally comfortable" and praised their "strong noise-cancelling and balanced, easy-going sound". Now, they're even better thanks to spatial audio support, and this is the lowest price we've seen them at for a long while. Four stars

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Sony WF-C500 $100 $78 at Amazon (save $22) (opens in new tab)
Boasting impressive musicality and excellent levels of detail and insight, these comfortable, sporty earbuds are well worth the investment. The new WF-C500 feature 20 hours of battery life, IPX4 splash resistance and Bluetooth 5.0, and are available in black, white, orange and blue. Five stars

Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her eight years in the hi-fi industry, she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.