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The Samsung Galaxy Buds are on sale for $100

Normally $130, the Galaxy Buds have the enviable ability to recharge by piggybacking on a Galaxy S10 phone -- or any Qi charging pad.


The Samsung Galaxy Buds are wireless, and their charging case can recharge wirelessly.


Earlier this year, Samsung introduced its answer to Apple's insanely popular AirPods: The Samsung Galaxy Buds, wire-free earphones that can charge wirelessly. Better still, they can charge wirelessly by piggybacking on one of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 phones, which is pretty freakin' cool. Read CNET's Samsung Galaxy Buds review to learn more.

Read more: Galaxy Buds vs. AirPods  

At $130, the Galaxy Buds are also cheaper than AirPods -- and today they're even cheaper than that. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Verizon has the Samsung Galaxy Buds for $99.99 shipped. (That's the price you'll see after you add them to your cart and check out as a guest. Ironically, if you're already a Verizon customer, you don't get the discount.) 

As of now both the black and white versions are in stock, but I suspect these will sell out quickly. Hope you're able to grab one!

There are lots of true-wireless earbuds out there -- none that match the Galaxy Buds' cool charge-by-phone feature, but many offering great sound for even less money. I recommend checking out David Carnoy's roundup of the top AirPod alternatives for under $100.

While you're at it, I hope you'll read my comparison between actual AirPods and a $35 knockoff. Sorry for constantly invoking AirPods, but they're kind of the poster child -- poster product? -- for true-wireless earbuds.

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