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There are a few notable deals happening today across Apple's line of AirPods devices, starting with a new low price on the AirPods Pro. At Woot, you can get a new pair of the noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones for $214.99, down from $249.99.

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Woot's regular discount going on right now has the AirPods Pro priced at $224.99, but when you add the headphones to your cart and head to the checkout screen, you'll get an additional $10 off. This discount will only be valid today, and it's part of Woot's 16th birthday celebration sale.



The second deal is on Apple's AirPods with Wired Charging Case, priced at $134.00 at Amazon, down from $159.00. This is about $5 higher from the lowest price we've ever tracked, so it's still a solid deal and among the best available online right now.

We track sales for every model of the AirPods in our Best AirPods Deals guide, so be sure to bookmark that page while you shop around for the wireless headphones.

Article Link: Deals: AirPods Pro Drop to New Low Price of $214.99 Today Only ($35 off)
 

Relentless Power

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Jul 12, 2016
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Can I trust Woot? I read their items are used and not really refurbished.

This is really ‘hit and miss’ here with this discussion. The problem with Woot from my standpoint, is some users have had problems with phones showing extreme ‘wear and tear’ and others are somewhat happy with their purchases. In terms of consumer reviews, they’re not very good.

My personal thought, if you’re looking for a refurbished Apple productsM, it’s best to go direct through Apple, given its thoroughly tested with a new casing and the battery is replaced if it doesn’t test above a certain percentage (which includes the one-year warranty attached.)
 
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WannaGoMac

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Feb 11, 2007
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This is really ‘hit and miss’ here with this discussion. The problem with Woot from my standpoint, is some users have had problems with phones showing extreme ‘wear and tear’ and others are somewhat happy with their purchases. In terms of consumer reviews, they’re not very good.

My personal thought, if you’re looking for a refurbished Apple productsM, it’s best to go direct through Apple, given its thoroughly tested with a new casing and the battery is replaced if it doesn’t test above a certain percentage (which includes the one-year warranty attached.)

Says they are new airpod pros.

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Can I trust Woot? I read their items are used and not really refurbished.

Woot says it is new.
 
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Mimiron

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They fix the firmware yet?

I have noticed that the latest Firmware update made ANC work just as it did back in Nov 19 when I purchased them.
 
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