These comfy, stylish Bose headphones are the lowest price they’ve ever been on Amazon

The signature comfort of Bose headphones at a rare, low price

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Bose is known for making some of the most comfortable headphones money can buy, but the price these cozy cans carry is typically more than most people are willing to spend on a new pair of headphones.

But not today.

Today, the Bose SoundTrue over-ear headphones are at the lowest price they've ever been on Amazon: just $79. If that sounds surprising to you, it should—this particular pair of Bose usually retails for a full $100 more, making this a discount of over 50%. It's the lowest price they've ever been on Amazon.

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One thing to keep in mind about the SoundTrue headphones is that, while they sport a similar design to higher-end Bose headphones, they lack the active noise-cancellation found in models like the Bose QC25s and the Bose QC35s.

Oh, and Android users, listen up—both the inline mic and the playback controls on the default version of the SoundTrue headphones are built around Apple devices, so if you don't own an iPod, iPhone, or an iPad, select "Samsung and Android devices" before you toss it into your cart. There's still a chance these features will function poorly (or not at all) if your mobile device isn't compatible, but just make sure you're not buying the Apple version by mistake.

Despite the lack of wireless functionality and active noise-cancellation, the SoundTrue over-ears share the lavish comfort found in Bose's top-shelf offerings, and for $79, you really can't go wrong. Bose headphones typically don't go on sale (let alone over 50% off), so jump on this while it lasts. You've been warned!

Bose SoundTrue over-ear headphones - $79 via Amazon (56% off)


Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.

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