The best headphone deals on Cyber Monday

Black Friday is over and Cyber Monday is upon us and so there’s never been a better time to pick up a stellar headphone deal.

The best headphone deals on Cyber Monday

Trying to find a great Cyber Monday deal can be incredibly tricky. Thankfully we’ve got a guide to help you avoid the duff deals, but we’ve also gone to great effort to make sure the deals you see before you are truly the best ones out there right now.

So, without having to worry too much if these headphones are genuinely worth the price, we’ve put together the best headphone deals around this Cyber Monday.

The best headphone deals this Cyber Monday

Sony MDR-ZX330BT Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

Was £90, now £39.99


The Sony MDR-ZX330BT aren’t the prettiest pair of Bluetooth headphones around, but its simple design is to its benefit. NFC makes connecting simple, or you can manually connect the old-fashioned way. The charging speed isn’t too shabby either, reaching full charge in four hours for up to thirty hours of use.

Unlike some wireless headphones, there’s no jack, so you can’t connect a cable if the battery dies. And according to reviews, the sound bleeds, so don’t expect any sort of noise-cancellation. But the cost seems to make up for these shortcomings. They usually sell for £90, which is already a competitive price for wireless headphones. But right now, you can get them on Amazon for £39.99, over half off.

Bose QuietComfort QC20 In-Ear Headphones

Was £249, now £120


While earbuds aren’t always considered when talking about sound quality, you can’t ignore these little guys. Truly noise cancelling and very comfortable, as the name would suggest, they’re perfect for everything from listening to music to drowning out office sounds. And the noise cancelling can even be turned on and off, making them safer to use while out and about than some competitors.

Usually retailing for £249, the Bose QuietComfort are available from John Lewis, right now, for £120. 

Beyerdynamic Custom Street Headphones

Was £129, now £75.36


I’m a little biased here – I’ve been using these headphones myself for a little over a year now. But I couldn’t not include them. If you’re looking for a pair that packs a bass-filled punch, the Beyerdynamic Custom Street Headphones are just what you need. Each side has a bass slider, allowing you to customize your sound, and the cable is removable for easy storage. You can also customize the appearance itself, since the pads are easily removable, and the headphones come with 16 designs to stick on the sides. 

They’re not the most comfortable, and the sound isn’t perfect, but the bass quality and the customizability make it a steal at the sale price of £75.36.

Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones

Was £329.50, now £289.


Another pair form the Bose QuietComfort series, these are perfect for wireless fans who want control over their level of noise reduction. Just like with the earbuds, you can adjust the noise cancellation settings to suit your surroundings, and the optional cable makes it easy to recover if your battery dies while out and about.

These headphones are also compatible with Amazon Alexa, so you can use them to request music, check the news, and ask about the weather. That’s a lot, and the price tag certainly reflects it. But thankfully, Amazon is chopping £40 pounds off for Cyber Monday, and you can grab these beauties right now for only £289. 

Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Was £149.99, now £79.99


This great Cyber Monday deal solves that problem “what should I listen to with my fancy new earphones” as it includes 6 months of Deezer Premium music servies along with the headphones.

On top of that the headphones are great themselves, with 35 hours of battery life and Google Assistant enabled (although the headphones work great on non-Google devices too!). Funky music fans will also love the bright coloured options you have on these great headphones, which are a steal at only £80.

Sony WI-SP600N WirelessSports Headphones

 Was £140, now £90


Sports headphones are notoriously tricky, since they need to allow in a bit of background noise for safety reasons, and are usually wireless. So, while these are incorrectly labelled “noise cancelling” when they should be called “noise reducing,” they’re still a great little pair of sports headphones.

The neckband support and stabilizers mean that they won’t fall out of your ears while you’re doing your thing, and the plastic is designed to not get ruined by rain (or sweat.) And the sound on these guys is great for sports headphones, with just enough bass to keep you moving. Normally retailing at £140, you can buy them today for only £90– a great deal for what you’re getting.

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