Beats headphones now priced move after Solo 4 release, here are 6 I recommend

Pressing the Beats Studio Pro's multifunctional button
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Apple refreshed its Beats by Dre brand on May 2 with the $199 Beats Solo 4 headphones which is already $50 off at Amazon. Naturally, the previous-gen Beats Solo 3 headphones are marked down to $129 ($50 off). 

Several other Beats headphones are priced to move ahead of Memorial Day! Amazon continues to offer the excellent Beats Studio Pro for $249 ($100 off). If you're looking for cheaper AirPods Max alternatives, Beats Studio Pro headphones should be on your radar. In our Beats Studio Pro review, we found that they offer better sound, battery life, and enhanced compatibility for less. We were so impressed by the Beats Studio Pro that we gave them our Editor's Choice Award stamp of approval.  

Memorial Day is on Monday, May 27 and we'll be sharing the best discounts on our favorite tech. Be sure to keep a close eye on our Memorial Day Sales hub for our recommended deals. 

6 best Beats headphone deals

Beats Solo 4: $199 $149 @ Amazon
Lowest price!

Beats Solo 4: $199 $149 @ Amazon
Lowest price!
Save $50 on the latest Beats Solo 4 headphones at Amazon. They pack redesigned custom 40mm drivers into the iconic, stylish design synonymous with Beats. Featuring Personalized Spatial Audio, they deliver immersive, clear, crisp, distortion free sound. 

Features: Up to 50 hours of battery life, Personalized Spatial Audio, Fast Fuel quick-charging, high-resolution lossless audio 

Beats Studio Pro: $349 $249 @ Amazon

Beats Studio Pro: $349 $249 @ Amazon
Now $100 off, Beats Studio Pro headphones are the best AirPods Max alternatives to buy. For less money, Beats Studio Pro headphones offer better sound, battery life, and enhanced compatibility. In our Beats Studio Pro review, we rated them 4 of 5 stars citing their decent ANC, balanced sound, good call quality, and improved battery life over the previous-gen Beats Studio headphones. 

Features: Bluetooth connectivity, active noise canceling (ANC), personalized spatial audio, Apple and Android compatible, lossless audio via USB-C, 3.5mm port, up to 40 hours of battery life on a full charge.

Price check: Best Buy $179 

Beats Studio 3; $349 $159 @ Walmart

Beats Studio 3; $349 $159 @ Walmart
For a limited time, save $190 on the launch price of the Beats Studio 3. These over-ear headphones work with iOS and Android and feature adaptive noise-cancelling. Soft ear cushions provide a comfortable seal so you can experience the deep soundstage. 

Features: Adaptive noise-calling, deep soundstage, Apple W1 chip, up to 22 hours of playback per full charge. 

Beats Solo 3: $199 $129 @ Amazon

Beats Solo 3: $199 $129 @ Amazon
Save $70 on Beats Solo 3 headphones for a limited time. Though we didn't test these headphones, in our Beats Solo Pro review, we were impressed by their sound quality and noise-cancellation. 

Features: Up to 40 hours of battery life. Short on time? Five minutes of charging will squeeze three hours of life out of this monster. Step into the new season with these stylish, travel-friendly headphones.

Price check: Walmart $129

Beats Powerbeats Pro: $249 $199 @ Amazon

Beats Powerbeats Pro: $249 $199 @ Amazon
Save $50 on Beats Powerbeats Pro headphones. Built with the active user in mind, they're sweat-resistant and feature an ear-hook design and a stable fit. What's more, physical buttons offer reliable control of music and calls.

Beats Flex Earbuds: $69 $49 @ Amazon

Beats Flex Earbuds: $69 $49 @ Amazon
Save $20 on Beats Flex wireless earbuds, the cheapest Beats headphones you can get. Powered by the Apple W1 headphone chip and Class 1 Bluetooth for an extended wireless range, you can expect up to 12 hours of battery life from these fitness-friendly headphones, and the built-in mic reduces wind noise for elevated voice clarity during mid-workout calls.

Hilda Scott

Hilda Scott uses her combined passion for gadgets and bargain shopping to bring you the best prices on all things tech. She has a bachelor’s degree in film and media studies from Hunter College and 11 years of tech and entertainment journalism. Her work has been featured on Tom’s Guide, iTechPost, Examiner.com, Parlemag, Enstars, and Latin Times. When she's not scouting for the best deals, Hilda’s catching up on her favorite TV shows and pro-wrestling matches.