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The best Black Friday headphone deals for 2022


Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones seen in silver.Sony

If you’re still using basic headphones, you’ll get the chance at an upgrade thanks to Black Friday deals, which officially start November 25, the day after Thanksgiving. High-quality headphones don’t come cheap, but you’ll be able to enjoy significant savings, including Black Friday AirPods deals for Apple fans, as well as price cuts for other popular brands. You can start preparing for the annual event as soon as now, as Black Friday deals have already started popping up, and it’s always a good idea to start some shopping early whenever possible. We’ll take a closer look at some of the best Black Friday headphone deals you can shop today, and be sure to bookmark this page so you can take advantage of any other headphone deals as they are live.


  • Best Black Friday headphone deals under $200
  • Best Black Friday headphone deals above $200

Wondering what’s available right now, ahead of the official Black Friday 2022 event? We have you covered, and we’ve separated everything by price range so you can find exactly what you want, at just the right cost. Check out those deals below!

Best Black Friday headphone deals under $200

Beats Solo3 wireless on-ear headphones — $99, was $200

Get these excellent over-ear headphones with an Apple W1 chip inside and up to 40 hours of listening time on a single charge. The built-in microphone also allows you to take calls, on both iOS and Android devices. They’re sleek, and streamlined, come in several colors, and are well worth the price of admission.

Sony WH-XB910N wireless noise-canceling headphones — $123, was $250

It should come as no surprise but you’ll find some amazing Best Buy Black Friday deals, including on headphones. These Sony headphones feature dual noise cancellation, extra bass with super-deep and punchy sound, and a long battery life of up to 30 hours on a single charge. You get all of that, and more, with touch panel controls, a unique attention mode that disables audio, and hands-free calling support, and that’s just the start. These headphones are quality, that’s for sure.

Beats Studio3 wireless noise-canceling headphones — $150, was $350

Beats has the beats, and these Studio3 headphones are no exception. With an Apple W1 chip built-in, they work seamlessly with iOS devices — but don’t worry, they work just fine with Android too. You get up to 22 hours of listening time in a single charge. A built-in microphone means you can take hands-free calls, with pure adaptive noise cancellation (pure ANC) and real-time audio calibration. Just a 10-minute charge can get you an extra three hours of play when you’re in a hurry.

Best Black Friday headphone deals above $200

Bose QuietComfort 45 wireless noise-canceling headphones — $249, was $329

It’s your music, delivered in high-fidelity audio, and that’s the best way to describe the Bose QuietComfort 45 wireless over-ear headphones. On top of quality audio, you’ll get clearer conversations, as well, thanks to noise cancellation, and four built-in microphones. Customized controls and a guided startup allow you to easily get the headphones personalized for your experiences, and quickly. Moreover, they offer up to 24 hours of battery life on a single charge, while a quick 15-minute charge will provide an additional three hours of playback. The point is, if you want a premium sound experience, these are a great choice.

Sennheiser Momentum wireless noise-canceling headphones — $250, was $400

These headphones are packed earcup to earcup with some impressive features, like smart controls through a mobile app, active noise cancellation, a built-in microphone for hands-free calls, Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity with aptX support, and smart pause with auto on and off modes. Not to mention, the sheep leather headband and earpads are ridiculously comfortable.

Apple AirPods Max wireless headphones — $449, was $549

Apple-designed, these over-ear headphones are a new take on the brand’s AirPods, offering active noise cancellation, a transparency mode — so you can hear better while out and about — and spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. They deliver a more immersive experience than comparable headphones, and the Apple H1 chip inside elevates every listening experience, bar none. Effortless setup with Apple devices is a highlight here too. If you want to know a little more about them you can always check out the Digital Trends Apple AirPods Max review, which crowned them one of the “most fun headphones to wear ever.”

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