Amazon is offering notable discounts on two models of Apple’s AirPods lineup, including $29 off the AirPods 3 and $110 off the AirPods Max.

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AirPods 3

Starting with the AirPods 3, Amazon has discounted this model to $149.98, down from $179.00. As of writing only Amazon is offering this sale, and it’s shipped and sold directly by Amazon.

Compared to previous sales, this is about $10 off from the lowest price we’ve ever tracked on the AirPods 3. However, that all-time low price hasn’t reappeared since January, so today’s deal is a solid second-best option for those in the market for the third-generation AirPods.

AirPods Max

Next, Amazon also has a good deal on the AirPods Max, which you can get for $439.00, down from $549.00. This deal is available in Pink, Silver, and Sky Blue.

AirPods Max In Stock Blue

Just like the AirPods 3 deal, this offer on the AirPods Max is about $10 off from the Amazon all-time low price. The AirPods Max is shipped and sold directly by Amazon as well, and all three colors are in stock to ship this week.

We track sales for every model of the AirPods in our Best AirPods Deals guide, so be sure to bookmark that page while you shop around for the wireless headphones.

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