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Create a Free My Best Buy Account and Save $120 On the AirPods Max

This deal drops Apple's premium over-ear headphones down to $430, only $1 more than their all-time low price.

Max McHone
2 min read
A pair of AirPods Max headphones against a purple background.

If you don't already have a My Best Buy account, you should. It's free to sign up, and right now it will give you exclusive access to some serious savings. Best Buy is currently offering members $120 off a pair of Apple's high-end AirPods Max over-ear headphones, which drops the price down to $430 -- just $1 more than the all-time lowest we've seen. Plus, this deal scores you four free months of Apple Music and Apple News Plus, and three free months of Apple TV Plus. There's no set expiration on this offer, but deals on Apple devices rarely last for too long. We'd recommend getting your order in soon if you're hoping to grab a pair at this price.

The AirPods Max are one of our overall favorite pairs of headphones on the market right now, and are a great pick for serious audiophiles. They support high-fidelity audio, and boast some of the best noise-canceling capabilities on the market right now. Plus, they're equipped with Apple's H1 chip and spatial audio for completely immersive listening. They also have on-head detection, and will automatically pause your music when you take them off. And their memory-foam ear cushions and knit-mesh canopy makes them surprisingly comfortable to wear despite their substantial size. They have a 20-hour battery life when used wirelessly, or you can connect them to your phone directly with a 3.5mm audio cable.

In his review, CNET's David Carnoy enthused over their "top-notch sound, rock-solid wireless connectivity and noise canceling that's arguably a touch better than what you find on competing models at the high end."