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Beats Cyber Monday deals 2021 — headphone and earbuds sales right now

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Beats Cyber Monday deals are everywhere right now, but they're going fast so make sure you grab them before they disappear. 

You can find solid discounts on Beats headphones from the Beats Solo3 wireless headphones on sale for $99 at Amazon, saving you a hefty 50% off their original price. Meanwhile, the Powerbeats wireless earbuds have dropped to $79.

Below, we've rounded up the best Beats Cyber Monday deals that we've spotted so far, so make sure to check them out. And be sure to keep this page bookmarked and refreshed as we continue to check and update it with deals. 

If you've can't find a deal you want in this article, then check out our round-up of the best Cyber Monday deals overall, where you can find discounts on plenty of other headsets from retailers such as Amazon and Walmart.

Top 5 Beats Cyber Monday deals right now

Beats Cyber Monday deals — best sales right now

Over-ear

Beats Solo3: was $199 now $99 @ Amazon

Beats Solo3: was $199 now $99 @ Amazon
This Cyber Monday Beats deal takes a generous 50% off the original price, saving you $99 in total. This pair of wireless over-ear headphones is powered by Apple's W1 chip and features Class 1 Bluetooth connectivity, up to 40 hours of listening time, and a built-in microphone.

Beats Studio3: was $349 now $169 @ Best Buy

Beats Studio3: was $349 now $169 @ Best Buy
Save $180 when you buy the Beats Studio3 wireless noise cancelling headphones at Best Buy. With Apple's advanced W1 chip, 22 hours of continuous battery life, and Class 1 Bluetooth, this is one of the best Beats Cyber Monday deals out there right now. 

Beats Studio3: was $349 now $271 @ Amazon

Beats Studio3: was $349 now $271 @ Amazon
Save $78 on the one of the best over-ear headphones available with this Beats Cyber Monday deal from Amazon. The Beats Studio3 wireless headphones sport Apple's W1 chip, Class 1 Bluetooth and 22 hours of continuous listening time. Hurry though, as stock won't last forever.

Ear buds

Beats Studio Buds: was $149 now $99 @ Amazon

Beats Studio Buds: was $149 now $99 @ Amazon
Though at a less impressive discount, this deal still gets you one of the best wireless earbuds on the market. The Beats Studio Buds are compatible with both Android and Apple ecosystems, featuring IPX4 water resistance rating, sweat resistance and a built-in microphone.

Beats Studio Buds (renewed): was $149 now $89 @ Amazon

Beats Studio Buds (renewed): was $149 now $89 @ Amazon
The Beats Studio Buds are compatible with both Android and Apple ecosystems, featuring IPX4 water resistance rating, sweat resistance, and a built-in microphone. And while the saving isn't huge here, it will give you $55 to spend on some tunes from Apple Music. 

Powerbeats Pro: was $249 now $149 @ Walmart

Powerbeats Pro: was $249 now $149 @ Walmart
This deal knocks $100 off the original price on the ivory set. The Powerbeats Pro are one of the best wireless earbuds on the market, featuring a 9-hour battery life (more than 24 hours with the charging case), water resistance and a comfortable yet stylish design.

Wireless

Powerbeats 4 Wireless Earphones:  was $149 now $79 @ Amazon

Powerbeats 4 Wireless Earphones: was $149 now $79 @ Amazon
With these earphones, your morning run will be enhanced thanks to their outstanding audio quality. Rivalling Apple's Airpods, the Powerbeats deliver pure sound reproduction, enhanced clarity and improved dynamic range. And integration with Apple devices is easier than ever, thanks to the pre-installed Apple H1 headphone chip. 

Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds: was $69 now $39 @ Amazon

Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds: was $69 now $39 @ Amazon
The Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds are small, sleek headphones that offer up to 12 hours of battery life, a comfortable fit and flawless Bluetooth connectivity. You can use them with iOS, Android or PC, and you can customize the fit with four different eartip sizes. They aren't the fanciest Beats you can get, but the price is right.

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