You’re almost out of time to get these shockingly good noise cancelling headphones for only $39.99

Maren Estrada

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When you think of wireless noise cancelling headphones, what comes to mind? That’s right, you think about headphones from the likes of Sony and Bose that cost $350, $400, or even more. Those headphones are fantastic, don’t get us wrong, but you don’t need to spend anywhere near that amount to get great noise cancelling cans. Head over to Amazon right now and you can pick up a pair of wildly popular TaoTronics SoundSurge 60 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones for just $39.99 if you clip the on-site coupon and use the promo code ECQDWW3T at checkout. They normally sell for $70 which is already a great price, so $39.99 is a steal!

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  • Music on, World off: improved active noise cancellation will drown out the noise of the streets or annoying chatter to fully immerse you in your favorite tunes
  • Hi-fi sound & CAPTIVATING bass: 40mm large-aperture drivers deliver riveting sound and a thumping bass
  • New Hyper speed charge: just 5 minutes of charging give you 2 hours of full sound; 30 hours playtime on a full charge
  • Bluetooth 5. 0: steady Bluetooth 5. 0 connection streams music uninterrupted while the built-in CVC 6. 0 microphone ensure crisp, clear calls without ambient noise
  • First class comfort: Adjustable headband, 90° rotatable ear cups & pillow-soft protein cushions; fold & store in the carrying case to take anywhere you go

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