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Black Friday: AirPods 2 Available for $99.99 on Amazon ($29 off)

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Black Friday: AirPods 2 Available for $99.99 on Amazon ($29 off)

AirPods deals continue to be some of the best deals we follow this Black Friday, and this morning Amazon launched a remarkable new deal on AirPods 2. You can get the model with Wired Charging Case for only $ 99.99 right now, down from $ 129.00.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these providers. When you click on a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

This is another deal that you will see reflected on the payment screen after an automatic coupon worth $ 15 has been applied to your order. AirPods are shipped and sold directly from Amazon.

We see a lot of AirPods deals this week, including AirPods Pro with MagSafe for $ 159.00 ($ 90 off), AirPods 3 for $ 149.99 ($ ​​29 off) and AirPods Max for $ 429.00 ($ 120 off). Overall, these are all the lowest prices ever, and if you’re interested in buying an AirPods model for the holidays, this week is the time to do it.

If you want to find all the best Black Friday discounts you can already buy, be sure to visit ours Best Early Black Friday Deals article, which has several AirPods offerings. In addition, we keep track of all this season’s best deals in ours Black Friday 2021 Roundup.

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