Listen up! JBL knocks $100 off premium over-ear headphones

JBL E55BT wireless headphones
Buy a pair of JBL E55BT wireless headphones for $100 (or more) off! (Image credit: JBL)

Sometimes, deals are so good that they appear and disappear quickly. JBL is proving this point with an incredible wireless headphones offer, but with a twist.

Right now, you can save $100 or more on JBL E55BT wireless headphones, starting at just $39.99. This lowest price on Amazon seems to be fluctuating pretty wildly between forty bucks and $69.99 (it has done so every day over the past 6 days, so JBL is also offering a more stable price that is nearly just as good!)

JBL E55BT Headphones: was $149.95, now $39.99 @ Amazon

JBL E55BT Headphones: was $149.95, now $39.99 @ Amazon
Officially the lowest price we’ve ever found for this pair of Bluetooth headphones. These over-ear cans deliver that signature punchy sound JBL is known for with 50mm drivers, keep you going all day with 20-hour battery life.

JBL E55BT Headphones: was $149.95, now $49.99 @ JBL

JBL E55BT Headphones: was $149.95, now $49.99 @ JBL
Just ten bucks more than buying from Amazon, meaning you still save $100! All of the tech listed above is packed into an ergonomic, lightweight design with cushioning in all the right places for long listening sessions. 

With a premium list price of $149.95, these JBLs come with the higher up-spec list you’d expect — 50mm drivers with a 20 Hz - 20 kHz frequency range, hitting the lowest of bass tones and the tips of high tones with crystal clarity.

A 20-hour battery life will keep you going no matter what long-distance travel you throw at them, but if you do forget to keep them fuelled, the charge time to 100% is just two hours.

The fact the Amazon price is changing this quickly indicates this may be a deal that JBL doesn’t want you to see… Don’t miss it! Check out the best headphone deals if you want to see more great special offers in this category. 

Jason England
Content Editor

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.