Black Friday pricing is live on AirPods Pro 2.

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An early Black Friday price war has erupted on AirPods, with Apple’s 2022 AirPods Pro 2 discounted to $199.99 ($50 off).

Competing with Target, Amazon’s $199.99 promo on Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) delivers the cheapest price available and falls within $2 of the record low price seen at Amazon-owned Woot yesterday that sold out in hours.

If you’re looking for an excellent gift idea for the Apple fan on your shopping list that won’t break the bank, AirPods Pro are a great option as the 2nd Generation model now features Apple’s H2 chip and touch control that lets you adjust volume levels with a swipe.

In our hands-on AirPods Pro 2 review, we found the latest earbuds have better audio and improved active noise cancellation (ANC). The enhanced Find My capability in the MagSafe charging case makes it easy to locate your AirPods Pro 2, while four sizes of included silicone ear tips help with a more customizable fit and seal.

There are plenty of additional tech sales going on leading up to Black Friday, including exclusive discounts on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models. Here’s an overview of the special offers running:

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