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Apple AirPods Pro are just $180 at Sam's Club right now

That's close to the lowest price ever. Or get standard AirPods for $120 (save $39). There's even a deal on Sam's Club membership if you need it: Just $23.

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The AirPods Pro, which list for $249, have been ping-ponging between a low of $200 and a high of $240 for months now. If you're finally ready to pull the trigger on Apple's noise-canceling earbuds, here's your chance to get an even better deal: For a limited time, and while supplies last, Sam's Club has the Apple AirPods Pro for $180. (Amazon was matching this, but it's currently sold out.)

This follows a stretch of Woot selling the AirPods Pro at $190. The only time we've seen the product below $180 was last Black Friday, and that was very brief.

No Sam's Club membership? Here's a still-available deal that nets you a full year at the price club (plus chicken and cupcakes!) for just $23.11. 

Even at $180, Apple's 'buds are hardly cheap, but CNET's AirPods Pro review explains why they might be worth the money. The wireless charging case, great sound and stellar ANC are among the more obvious reasons.

On the other hand, if it's just certain features you want, be sure to check out these AirPods Pro alternatives that cost less. You can learn more about those options in a recent episode of The Cheapskate Show podcast, embedded below.

If you're not into ANC or you don't like earbuds with silicone tips (the kind that need a snug in-ear seal), Amazon is currently offering standard AirPods for $120, which is $39 off the regular price.

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