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Jabra’s Elite 75t wireless earbuds are $60 off at Best Buy

Jabra’s Elite 75t wireless earbuds are $60 off at Best Buy


The black color is $120 if you sign in with your Best Buy account

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Jabra’s Elite 75t, the best wireless earbuds for multitasking, pictured on a table.
Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge

At Best Buy, you can save $60 off the usual cost of Jabra’s Elite 75t truly wireless earbuds, which are one of the best options around if you like a lot of bass in your sound. This price cut brings the black version down to a far more reasonable $120, though you have to be signed in with your Best Buy account to see the deal. Once you’re logged in, a box should appear under the price, allowing you to check a box to knock the price down from the sale price of $150 to $120. This deal lasts until September 12th.

If you want a color other than black, the gold beige and titanium black colorways are $150 ($30 off) at Best Buy and at Amazon.

Jabra Elite 75t (Black) /

Was $180, now 33% off when you’re signed in with a Best Buy account. They’re 17% off at Amazon.

$120 at Best Buy
Image: Jabra

For something far, far more affordable in Jabra’s catalog of wireless earbuds, its Elite Active 65t wireless earbuds in the copper blue color seen above are just $40 refurbished at Newegg. This is the previous-generation model, and the warranty is only for 30 days. But if you just need something cheap and don’t mind taking a gamble on refurbished earbuds, these might be a good fit for you.

Jabra Elite Active 65t (Refurbished) /

Was $80, now 50% off

$40 at Newegg

Sam’s Club members can get one of the best deals I’ve seen yet on the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus wireless earbuds. Normally $150, they’re all the way down to $110. If it’s between these and Jabra’s Elite 75t at the top, definitely spring for Samsung’s model if you have a Sam’s Club membership already. My colleague Chris Welch rated them as the best wireless earbuds overall against some tough competition, like Apple’s AirPods Pro and the Beats Powerbeats Pro.

Outside of Sam’s Club, the current lowest price for this model is $130 at Amazon and Best Buy.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus /

Was $150, now 26% off. A Sam’s Club membership is required to get this deal.

$110 at Sam’s Club
Image: Sennheiser

These headphones are sold out, unfortunately. If you really want even more wireless earbud options to comb through, Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 2 earbuds are $60 off online through Neiman Marcus. Normally $300, they’re $240 now. This model released in early 2020, with active noise cancellation and excellent sound being their main highlights.

In case you missed it yesterday, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are already $200 off at Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo. This brings their respective prices down to $800 and $1,100. For more detail on the phones, you can read that here. But if you just want to investigate the deals yourself, click the boxes below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (unlocked) /

Was $1,000, now 20% off. Deal also available at B&H Photo and Best Buy

$800 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (unlocked) /

Was $1,300, now 15% off. Deal also available at B&H Photo and Best Buy

$1,100 at Amazon
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

The Google Pixel 4 XL doesn’t usually see much in the way of price drops, but it’s $633 at B&H Photo and Amazon. This phone launched last October for $899, and today’s deals are just around $30 above the lowest price ever. Normally, I’d just recommend getting the Pixel 4A, but since Google didn’t produce an XL variant, I can see why some people might want this phone instead. B&H Photo has the white and black versions available for this price, whereas Amazon just has the black phone.

Google Pixel 4 XL (64GB) /

Was $899, now 30% off. Also available at Amazon

$633 at B&H Photo

Update September 9th, 12:41PM ET: Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 2 are no longer available from Neiman Marcus, so I’ve struck through that deal.