Cyber Monday Apple AirPods deals are available now, with savings of up to $59 on AirPods Pro and the AirPods with a wireless charging case

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Apple’s AirPods are among the world’s most popular wireless earbuds, and they’re on sale heading into Cyber Monday 2020. Even though some of the best deals have already passed, there are still some discounts worth paying attention to whether you’re interested in the AirPods Pro or standard AirPods. 

AirPods deals tend to sell out fast, so it’s best to act quickly if you’re interested in snagging a pair of Apple’s discounted wireless earbuds. When the AirPods Pro were down to their all-time-low price of $169 at Walmart, for example, stock didn’t last very long. Still, the Pro model can be found for under $200 at Woot just ahead of

Cyber Monday
, a notable discount compared to the usual $249 price Apple charges for its noise-cancelling earbuds.

Here’s a look at the best Cyber Monday deals on AirPods that are currently available. 

Apple AirPods are some of the most popular truly wireless headphones around — and for good reason. They are incredibly easy to use and work with all of your Apple devices. These headphones dropped to $100 for

Black Friday
($30 less than they usually cost), and they’re still a good deal now at $110.

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