The first big discount on AirPods 2 with Apple’s wireless charging case is still available on Amazon

Maren Estrada

Last week, Apple AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging Case got a sizable discount for the first time ever. They’re normally a buck under $200, but they dropped to $179.99 on Amazon with free Prime shipping. Our readers couldn’t take advantage fast enough, and they quickly sold out — though Amazon kept taking orders despite the fact that they were marked as out of stock. Well, if you missed that big sale last week, we have some fantastic news for you on Monday. Actually, we have two bits of great news. First, they’re still on sale. Second, they’re back in stock and available to be Prime-shipped as soon as today if you live close enough to an Amazon warehouse that has inventory!

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There’s absolutely no way to tell how much longer they’re going to be in stock and on sale at a discount on Amazon, so definitely pick up a pair while you still can.

Here are the key details from the product page:

  • Automatically on, automatically connected
  • Easy setup for all your Apple devices
  • Quick access to Siri by saying “Hey Siri”
  • Double-tap to play or skip forward
  • New Apple H1 headphone chip delivers faster wireless connection to your devices
  • Charges quickly in the case
  • Case can be charged either wirelessly using a Qi-compatible charging mat or using the Lightning connector
  • Rich, high-quality audio and voice
  • Seamless switching between devices
  • Listen and talk all day with multiple charges from the Wireless Charging Case

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