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Bose QuietComfort wireless 'phones are down to $184 shipped (new all-time low)

That's $115 cheaper than you'll find them at Amazon.

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The second you strap on a really good pair of headphones, you'll wonder how you ever did without. Bose 'phones are about as good as it gets, but the beloved audio brand's wares are notoriously expensive. That's not so much the case today with an excellent pair of over-ear headphones hitting an all-time-low price. 

Right now, you can score Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless headphones for $184. CNET negotiated promo code BOSEFS to plug in at checkout to knock $8 off and cover the shipping cost, too. (This deal comes from MorningSave. If you happen to have a membership with that vendor, you already get free shipping and your final price will be $176.)

For comparison, the same model is currently on sale at Amazon from $299. So yeah, this is a solid deal and the lowest we've seen these headphones drop to date. 

For more on these high-profile 'phones, I'll direct you to David Carnoy's Bose QuietComfort 35 II review. Spoiler alert: He loved them. Great sound, great comfort, great features and superb active noise canceling. 

There are also newer Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 to consider, which Carnoy found sounded a touch better than the QC35s. Still, unless you're a serious audiophile with cash to burn, I suspect you'll be perfectly happy with the QC35 model -- and happier with the price.