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.
$39.00 - Dropped by $10 - The Bose SoundSport are decent sounding in-ear earbuds. They have a comfortable and open fit that some may prefer over typical in-ear models. The tips' design, lets you hear traffic while jogging but also, doesn't block any ambient noise.
$38.00 - Dropped by $10 - The Sony WI-C300 are average wireless in-ears for most use cases. They have a simple and easy-to-use design, although their control scheme doesn't have the best feedback. They're compact enough to fit in your pockets and sufficiently stable for running, which makes them a good option for sports.
$298.00 - Dropped by $50 - The Sony WH-1000XM3 are great headphones for commute and travel and a decent option for most use cases. They have an excellent battery life, great wireless range, and one of the best noise canceling that we've measured so far.
$59.99 - Dropped by $40 - The Skullcandy Hesh 3 are decent mixed usage headphones with an exciting but bass-heavy sound that won't be for everyone. They have a lightweight design, they're easy-to-use and they're decently comfortable but a bit tight on the head.
$179.00 - Dropped by $30 - The HiFiMan HE-400i are great critical listening headphones that are not really suitable for any other use case. They're comfortable and deliver an excellent sounding audio reproduction.
$149.00 - Dropped by $100 - The Bose SoundWear are wireless around-the-neck companion speakers that will not be versatile enough for most use cases. They won't be the best option to use outdoors since they leak like speakers and do not isolate from ambient noise.
The Bose SoundWear are also available at the same price on B&H.