Best Beats Headphone Deals: Save Up to $170 on Studio3, Fit Pro and More – CNET

In the past, it was a struggle to find discounts on a pair of Beats headphones. Fortunately, things have changed quite a bit in the last few years, and these days you can find nearly all the latest Beats models on sale if you know where to look. Below, we’ve rounded up the overall best deals out there on a variety of different headphones and earbuds so you can get your hands on a new pair for less. 

There are a variety of Beats models to choose from, including everything from over-ear headphones to workout earbuds, so there’s a set for pretty much everyone. Though some may be more expensive than others, the quality that Beats by Dr. Dre offers is impressive given how reasonably priced the headphones are — especially when you can find a good Beats deal. 

You’ll be able to find deals on Beats headphones and earbuds across multiple retailers, which can be rare for other Apple-made products, and Apple even matches some Beats headphone deals from third-party retailers at its own online store. And with older models, the deals are even better. Check out the best prices currently available.

Beats headphone pricing 2023

Model Retail price Best price right now Best all-time price
Beats Studio Buds $150 $100 $90
Beats Fit Pro $200 $160 $150
Beats Powerbeats Pro $250 $150 $150
Beats Flex $70 $49 $39
Beats Powerbeats $150 Unavailable $80
Beats Solo3 $200 $129 $79
Beats Solo Pro $300 Unavailable $100
Beats Studio3 $350 $180 $150
Beats EP $129 $95 $60

Prices fluctuate frequently and sometimes certain colors are less expensive than others, so click through on any model to see specific pricing for specific colors. Note that while the Beats Solo Pro, Powerbeats and Beats EP have been discontinued from production, some remain available for purchase from various retailers. 

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Three different colored pairs of Beats Studio Buds earbuds.


You don’t have to spend a fortune for a decent set of noise-canceling earbuds in 2023. With solid sound quality, active noise cancelation and a transparency mode, the Beats Studio Buds are a great option to consider. And right now, they are $50 off in a variety of colors at a few retailers. 

A pair of gray Beats Fit Pro earbuds and charging case against a green background.


These lightweight, sporty headphones won an Editors’ Choice Award in 2021 and offer good sound and better battery life than the first-gen AirPods Pro. Powered by Apple’s H1 chip, the Beats Fit Pro earbuds offer spatial audio and other features like active noise canceling. They are $40 off right now across various colors. 

Powerbeats Pro


Beats’ Powerbeats Pro have been out for a few years and list for $250. You can often find them on sale for around $200, but right now you’ll find select colors for as low as $150 at Amazon — tying the all-time lowest price we’ve seen — with most other color variants available for $160 at a variety of retailers. 

Beats Flex wireless earbuds in blue


These wireless earbuds are not true wireless, but they’re not bad — and the price of the Beats Flex is even better. They provide up to 12 hours of listening time per charge and have auto-pause magnetic buds to boot. You can nab a set from $49.

Beats Solo3 headphones in black


First released in 2016, the Beats Solo3 headphones predate the Solo Pro and have the W1 chip instead of the H1 chip. While they’re wireless, unlike the Solo Pro, they’re missing noise cancellation. That said, it’s one of the most popular Beats models ever made. You can get Beats Solo 3 for $129 right now, though we have seen them fall as low as $79 during holiday sales.

Read our Beats Solo3 review.

Beats Studio3 headphones in shadow gray colorway


Beats’ Studio3 wireless over-ear noise-canceling headphones were released back in 2018. They’re still good headphones, and they’re on sale for just $200 — that’s 49% off — at Amazon and Best Buy right now in a few different colors. The lowest they have gone is $150.

Read our Beats Studio3 Wireless review.

Beats EP in red


Beats’ entry-level EP wired headphones provided a surprisingly good listening experience — and value. They aren’t flashy and don’t fold up or fold flat for travel, but they offer a premium feeling metal frame and offer decent, clean sound with enough bass here to satisfy a low-end audiophile, but not so much to turn off someone who’s looking for a more balanced, neutral sound quality in their headphones. Since being discontinued, supplies have all but dried up but you can still find a set at a discount if you know where to look.


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