Amazon Prime Big Deals Day is here and take it from us: this is the best time to buy a pair of headphones.
Last year, there were some absolute belters — huge discounts on some of the biggest and best brands in the portable audio space, and there's a whole lot more of the same this year from the likes of AKG, Apple, Bang & Olufsen, Bose, Jabra, Sennheiser, Soundcore, Sony and more.
Today's best deals
- Apple AirPods Pro 2:
£249£229 @ Amazon
- Nothing ear (2):
£129£121 @ Amazon
- Sony WH-1000 XM5:
£380£315 @ Amazon
- Sony WF-1000 XM4:
£250£218 @ Amazon
Best Amazon Prime Day headphone deals right now
£130 £78 @ Amazon
Save £52 on Sony's WH-CH720N headphones featuring signature Sony big bass sound, lengthy battery life, and versatile connectivity at an attainable price. Customize your sound through Sony’s companion app with EQ profiles and hi-fi upscaling features like DSEE, or enable Sony’s 360 Reality Audio to enjoy game changing 3D audio.
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX:
£449 £265 @ Amazon
Save £185 on B&O's fantastic Beoplay HX headphones and enjoy all-day comfort and performance from a 35-hour battery life and incredible soundscapes thanks to custom-made 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets. B&O's reputation for quality is on full show with these versatile headphones, allowing you a top-flight experience across music, games, calls, and podcasts.
Bose QuietComfort 45:
£319 £199 @ Amazon
Save £120 on Bose's QuietComfort 45 noise cancelling wireless headphones. Bose's TriPort acoustic architecture offers impressive depths and fullness with a volume-optimized EQ for balanced and clear audio at all times. Better still, QuetComfort 45 headphones have a near full day's lifespan at 22-hours! They can be your all day companions for a staggeringly low price, but you'll have to act fast!
Sennheiser HD 450BT:
£159 £112 @ Amazon
Sennheiser’s thrown its hat into the Prime Day ring with nearly £50 off these impressive over-ear cans. The drivers have been tuned to deliver dynamic bass, high-quality codec support ensures clear details in the mids and highs, and the 30-hour battery ensures these last a long time.
Best true wireless earbud Prime Day deals
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro: was £199.99 now £124.99 @ Amazon
Save £75 on Razer's brilliant noise cancelling wireless earbuds for gaming and casual listening. Expect rich audio quality, a low latency Game Mode, and great ANC and Transparency Mode — all in a sleek and personalized design.
Anker Soundcore Liberty 4:
£79 £59 @ Amazon
Save £20 on Anker's soundcore Liberty 4 earbuds. Anker's noise-cancelling earbuds drown out up to 98.5% of noise so you can focus on every subtle strum or snare of your favorite songs with custom-tuned 11mm drivers delivering on the details with hi-res wireless audio and LDAC tech to bring every track to life.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds 2:
£279 £199 @ Amazon
Save £80 on the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds 2 during Prime's Big Savings Day sales. Bose's noise-cancelling earbuds are designed for ultra-comfort and immersion, capable of 100% noise cancellation thanks to True Quiet technology. The soundscapes you'll be left with are rich and full, with high-fidelity audio finely balanced by a volume-optimized Active EQ.
Anker Soundcore Life P2: was £39 now £35 @ Amazon
A compelling alternative to AirPods, the Soundcore Life P2 are truly wireless earbuds that deliver good sound and decent 7-hour battery life at a low price. The buds charge in the case via USB-C and are IPX7 water-resistant so you can work out in them.
How do I get these Amazon Prime Big Deals Days headphone deals?
The name of this event is a bit of a giveaway — you need Amazon Prime to get access to these offers.
Don’t worry! You don’t need to pay a single penny for the first 30 days, so you could get it for Prime Day, then cancel straight away. However, you may want to stick around for the huge Prime Video library, Prime Music, free Kindle books and the free next day delivery.
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Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.