Headphones unlike TVs, don't have a set release schedule. Their price does usually drop over time but not in the same planned and dramatic manner. Here are the best deals we've found on some of the headphones we recommend.
Reviewed Headphones on Sale
Samsung Level On Wireless
The Samsung Level On Wireless are versatile and feature-packed headphones. If you're looking for a well-rounded headset to use every day with a great battery life, good wireless features and noise canceling, then the Level On are a great recommendation. They're comfortable and they sound pretty good, especially since you can customize their sound with the Level app. They also have a 32% sale on the black color variant, which is a good deal for their amount features and sound quality.
We often recommend the SoundPeats Q9A as the best budget, sports headphones thanks to their amazingly stable ear-hook design and very low price. They don't have the best sound or build quality but if you're looking for a decently versatile wireless headphones and like the in-ear design, then they're a solid investment. They are only $20, 50% off their usual price.
The Hifiman HE-400i are one the best open sounding headphones that we've tested so far. They're also currently cheaper than most of the competition at 50% off their regular suggested price. They're not the most versatile headphones due to their open back ear cups and slightly bulky design, but if you only care about audio and comfort, then they're an excellent choice. They also have planar magnetic drivers which typically give you a better soundstage.
Mpow Bluetooth Over-Ear
The Mpow Bluetooth are a budget pair of headphones with a decent sound and a good wireless performance. They're not the best-built headphones but they have a simple and efficient control scheme and above average comfortable fit. They only cost $35.99, which is an excellent deal.
If you typically listen to music with your headphones or prefer using them wired, then the Bluedio T4 are a good recommendation at an incredibly low price. They're sturdy and durable wireless, noise canceling headphones with a USB-C port for charging and audio. They also have the best sound out of the Bluedio Lineup that we have tested so far. Unfortunately, if you watch a lot of videos or game on your phone then they won't be for you since they have the highest latency we've measured so far.