Early Black Friday deals: Apple's second generation AirPods are at their lowest UK price yet on Amazon and BT Shop

Amazon's Black Friday shopping extravaganza has officially started and we're already seeing huge savings and unmissable deals across tech, home, beauty and their own devices.

Today there are amazing prices on Apple's second generation Airpods. Both Amazon, BT Shop and Laptops Direct have slashed the price of the popular in-ear headphones.

Usually priced at £199, on Amazon the wireless charging case edition of the Apple AirPods are now £159 – that's a saving of 20 per cent (£40). This is the lowest Amazon price ever for this edition of the Apple AirPods.

Amazon has heavily discounted the Apple Airpods with Wireless Charging Case (latest Model)

Amazon has heavily discounted the Apple Airpods with Wireless Charging Case (latest Model) 

The Apple Airpods with Wireless Charging Case, like most wireless bud-style in-ear headphones, connect with an iPhone (or android) via Bluetooth with up to five hours of listening time, and are stored inside a small white chase that acts as a charger.

They're convenient, easy to use, lightweight, comfortable and - most importantly - the sound quality is good. 

Although it's worth noting they offer very little noise isolation meaning they're not ideal for noisy commutes or flights. For this, we recommend the AirPods Pro – Apple's upgraded, premium noise cancelling version of their original AirPods.

The Apple AirPods, despite their dubious reception when they launched back in 2016, have become increasingly popular for major smartphones. This pair in particular has received plenty of great reviews.

On Amazon the Apple AirPods have received more than 300 reviews and have an impressive average star rating of 4.5 out of 5.

Many customers note the AirPods' superior battery life and others comment on their quality of sound. One customer called the in-ear headphones 'absolutely brilliant!' while another noted how the AirPods 'ooze quality'.

The Apple AirPods have received more than 300 reviews on Amazon and have an impressive average star rating of 4.5 out of 5

The Apple AirPods have received more than 300 reviews on Amazon and have an impressive average star rating of 4.5 out of 5

One reviewer who rated the wireless charging case AirPods five stars said: 'These have been a game changer.

'I love how long the battery lasts and sometimes I don't even charge it and when the pods run out of juice just pop them back in the case and you're good to go again after 15 min. These are ideal for literally anything; commuting on the underground, travelling on holidays, in the office or just watching youtube, Netflix.

'Buy them now. You need them!!! They're so convenient,' they added. 

BT Store BT Shop is currently offering the Apple AirPods with Charging Case for £129 reduced from £159 with free delivery. The AirPods come with a charging case (not wireless) and boast the same sound quality, charge and playback time. 

Amazon subscription deals

Amazon Music Unlimited 4 months, now £0.99 (was £9.99 pm)

Amazon is giving UK music lovers the chance to stream four months of Amazon Music Unlimited service for under one pound (that’s a saving of nearly £39). You don't need to be a Prime member to take advantage of this amazing deal, but this trial promotion is only available for new subscribers. 

Offer valid till January 6th 2020.

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Amazon Kindle Unlimited 3 months, now free (was £7.99 pm)

Calling all Kindle users! You can get a 3-month free trial on Amazon's Kindle Unlimited reading offer. That means you can explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks and selected magazine subscriptions for free. 

Offer valid till December 8th 2019.

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Early Black Friday deals: Apple AirPods are at their lowest UK price yet on Amazon and BT Shop

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