Apple’s AirPods 3 has returned to the low price we have been following over the holidays, at a price $ 139.99, down from $ 179.00. This is the first time we’ve seen AirPods 3 frame this price in 2022 and they’s in stock now.

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Shipping estimates provide a delivery date between January 18th and January 27th for the fastest option. In terms of AirPods offerings, this AirPods 3 reduction is the first of the entire Apple AirPods family series to see a return to holiday season prices in 2022.

We track sales for each model of AirPods in our guide to best AirPods deals, so be sure to bookmark that page while shopping for the wireless headphones.

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