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Plus, these noise-cancelling headphones come in a free travel bundle that will make long flights a lot easier.

Score Sony’s WH1000XM3 Wireless Headphones for $50 Less at Amazon

Whoever thinks traveling is all munching on airport snacks and enjoying the breathtaking view has never been on a long, noisy flight. From that baby crying in 32C to your neighbor snoring while you try to get some shuteye or watch a movie, finding peace and quiet while you travel is easier said than done.

However, today Amazon is offering a solution with everything you need for a better, quieter journey in this travel bundle with Sony’s best noise-cancelling headphones for $50 off.

Sony’s WH-1000XM3 over-ear headphones are our top pick for noise cancellation. Not only is this pair decked out with the clean, crisp sound that makes Sony’s audio products so popular, but it also boasts an HD noise-cancelling processor QN1, which makes it possible to listen to your favorite podcast or playlist without distractions. Its 30-hour battery life will last through any flight, but if you happen to be running out of battery, you can gain up to five hours of playback with just a quick 10-minute charge.

Plus, this pair of headphones is only one component of the sale. Amazon is sweetening the deal by adding a travel backpack, complete with a gadget compartment and USB port, as well as a carrying case for the headphones and plug adapters for in-flight use. The headphones alone normally cost $350, so you’re not only getting great noise-cancelling headphones for $50 less, but also a free backpack and other travel accessories.

If you’re hoping to find wireless earbuds with decent noise cancellation instead of over-ear headphones, Sony’s WF-1000XM3 are also slightly discounted for just $198 today.

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