Forget AirPods: Galaxy Buds Live just hit lowest price ever before Prime Day

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live deal Prime Day
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Not to be outdone by Amazon's early Prime Day deals, Samsung is now selling its latest true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Live, for up to $64 off its list price of $169.

Right now you can get the Galaxy Buds Life for $135.99 via coupon "S20FEADDON". That's 20% or $34 off. (To get an extra $30 off, you can trade-in your current audio device, wired or wireless, providing it still works and still has its case and charging accessories). 

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: was $169 now $135 @ Samsung

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Samsung's latest true wireless earbuds are its best yet, offering active noise cancellation, touch controls and great sound. You also get plenty of customization thanks to the linked app, and strong battery life to keep the music going all day long. Use coupon "S20FEADDON" to drop their price to $135.99. 

Even if you don't have something you want to trade in, the base $34 discount to $135.99 is still the cheapest the buds have been in their short time on the market.

In our Galaxy Buds Live review, we liked them enough to give them a spot on our best wireless earbuds page. We praised their audio quality, in-ear comfort, battery and features list, and with good reason.

Thanks to the rounded design of the buds, they fit within your ears snugly, and without a stem or an arm hanging outside like many other popular earbuds do. Through the Galaxy Wearable app, available to both Android and iOS users, you're able to track down missing buds, customize controls and switch on the active noise cancelling or an EQ preset.

Even with noise cancelling enabled, you still get 6 hours of playback time, or 20 if you take the charging case into account. And while it's not got the strongest ANC around, it does offer the cleanest and most rounded sound of all of Samsung's earbuds, making it a great Android-focused rival to Apple's AirPods.

Richard Priday
Assistant Phones Editor

Richard is based in London, covering news, reviews and how-tos for phones, tablets, gaming, and whatever else people need advice on. Following on from his MA in Magazine Journalism at the University of Sheffield, he's also written for WIRED U.K., The Register and Creative Bloq. When not at work, he's likely thinking about how to brew the perfect cup of specialty coffee.