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Verizon is selling Apple's true wireless earbuds for the lowest price we've ever seen, and you don't even have to have a Verizon account to buy them.

Wait a sec. Now the AirPods Pro are even cheaper on Verizon


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Up until now, Amazon has had the best price on the AirPods Pro that we’ve seen (and you can still buy them at that price). Today, though, Verizon is upping the game by selling Apple’s beloved true wireless earbuds for $224.99Remove non-product link, down from the $249.99 they normally sell for. That’s around $10 less than Amazon’s $234.98, and it’s the best price we’ve ever seen for a new pair. (You have to add the AirPods Pro to your cart in order to see the discounted price.)

And no, you don’t have to be a Verizon user to take advantage of this deal—Verizon lets you check out without having an account. There’s also free shipping, so you don’t have to worry about them “really” being the same price as what you would pay on Amazon with Prime.

We recommend acting quickly, though, as deals like this don’t tend to stick around for long.

For more information, be sure to check out our AirPods Pro review from November. The biggest improvement over the regular AirPods is the active noise cancellation, and that’s paired with a great “Transparency Mode” that makes it sound like you’re not wearing earbuds at all. If you were worried about the old AirPods falling out of your ears, that’s not a problem here as the AirPods come with three differently sized sets of tips. When you set up your AirPods, your iPhone will even run a test to make sure you’re getting the most out of the ANC with the tips.

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