Save at least 30% on great wireless noise-canceling headphones

Listeners and speakers have a lot to love about Soundcore and Jabra

Looking for wireless headphones with active noise cancellation? Are you expecting a sale at the right time? Well, get your ears ready because we have a few deals you can fill your waxy little canals with, saving you 30% off MSRP or more.

Anker’s Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro buds emphasize drivers with two in each bud. Regularly retailing for its $170 MSRP, it’s now down to its lowest price yet of $119 on Amazon — over $51 off. Elsewhere on the site you’ll find the pick for the modern Jabra Elite 7 Pro, another one of those MSRP sticklers: often $200, you’ll see it this weekend for $130, or $70 off.


Swipe the Jabra Elite 7 Pro for $130 (35% off)

Jabra Elite 7 Pro

Source: Jabra

The Jabra Elite 7 Pro are light on the lobes and nice on the eardrums, but are more powerful when making calls on the go with crisp, clear delivery. Combine that with stellar battery life and it’s a terrific package, especially for $130 at Amazon – $70 off the usual price.

The Jabra Elite 7 Pros are a great option if you chat a lot on the go – with six microphones you’ll be heard loud and clear, just like Daniel Bader was during our rigorous review of these headphones. They last up to nine hours on a full charge, 10 hours with ANC off. The only real concerns we have are the lack of multipoint support and ANC having a little less impact than we’d like. Still, as an all-around gamer, they secured fifth place on our list of the best headphones for 2022. But we’re pretty sure they’ll be number one for a whole host of talkative types.

Snag the Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro headphones for $51 off

$170 on Amazon

Maybe you set the audio quality a few ticks higher than the others. Anker’s Soundcore Liberty 3 Pros retain the portability, but amplify those dedicated low-end and high-end driver waveforms in each earbud for full-range quality. If you want Bluetooth to step up, the headphones excel with LDAC support enabled. Sure, controls can be iffy, battery life is closer to average, and comfort levels are pretty high, but for $119 and your choice of three colors — purple, gray, and white (the black costs $11 more) – you’re definitely benefiting as a listener. It was great value at $170, but our review makes these buds feel like an absolute giveaway at $119.