Early Black Friday Sale on Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones

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Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones are marked down to $179 at Amazon reportedly part of an early Black Friday sale.

Bose noise cancelling headphones are the frequent traveler standard, and I highlighted a year ago when they were briefly marked down to $199 which was a heck of a deal. I haven’t seen that kind of a deal since, and this time it’s even lower.

As you can see these are the headphones I use myself:

Be sure to select whether you want the Apple or Android version. This price is only available in black.

Of course you can also get Bose headphones free the first time you book $600 in air/hotel at Upside.com as well.

Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones

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  1. Much of Bose product is being marked down, and expect better pricing across the board on thier products this season. They sold their home entertainment business 2 years ago to Flextronics who is a Global Contract Manufacturer. Bose is a shell of their former selves They have no product development going on and are over stocked on these headphones, their competition is starting to surpass them. Soon as Dr. Bose passed they started dismanteling the company. Flexronics will be sure to butcher everything. Bloody Shame..

  2. Perfect timing, Gary! I lost my QC15 headphones in the LAX Air Canada Lounge and have been waiting for a deal to the replace them. Thanks for the “heads” up!

  3. Can someone explain to me why one has to choose Apple vs Android on a pair of these headphones? What if I have both operating systems in my life (which I do)?

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this deal – I’ve been hoping this exact pair would go on sale this season to get as a gift for my boyfriend, and this was more than I thought it would go on sale for. Glad to have been able to act on the sale!

  5. Be sure and click on the 15% off coupon on Amazon! Then they come out to $164. Of course, the tax brings the price back up. John, re your question about the different operating systems and choosing which headphones, go to the item on Amazon and look at the questions section; seems like that is addressed there.

  6. Hi Judith,

    Where did you find the 15% off code for Amazon. Could you share the code? Thanks!

  7. @ David Patterson, is a not a code, rather a tiny line of print under the price listing offering a 15% coupon. Click it on and go from there. This is not visible in the screenshot shown with this article, but was there when I logged into Amazon to this particular item. It’s small and not obvious, so you have to look for it.

  8. Strange, @judith, I think that must be something unique to your account. I don’t see it on my end. Thanks for the heads-up though.

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