If you’re after a pair of headphones then there are plenty of deals to be found this Black Friday, with models from the likes of Sony, Apple, Bose and Master & Dynamic receiving big discounts.
Knowing which deal is best can be hard when there are so many happening. We’ve created this page to point you in the right direction of the best Black Friday headphone deals, and we’re updating this page across the Black Friday weekend with all the latest deals so you don’t miss out
We’ve included affordable models alongside more expensive ones, and we’ve also tried to find the cheapest price for the biggest savings possible. Have a look below for a round-up of the best best Black Friday headphone deals so far. Be sure to click a link and buy a thing before these headphones sell out.
Best Black Friday headphone deals
- Sony WF-1000XM4 – Was £250, Now £159
- Sony WH-1000XM5 – Was £380, Now £295.91
- Apple AirPods (2019) – Was £129, now £115
- Sony WH-CH710N – Was £130, now £69
- Lypertek Z5 ANC – Was £119, now £69
- Apple AirPods Pro 2nd Gen – Was £249, now £229
- Google Pixel Buds Pro – Was £179.99 now £149
- Cambridge Audio Melomania 1+ – Was £49.99, now £39.95
- Amazon Echo Buds 2nd Gen – Was £109.99, now £59.99
- Lypertek PurePlay Z7 – Was £89, now £69
- Cleer Audio Arc – Was £129, now £79
- Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 – Was £220, now £179
- Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 – Was £369.99, now £229.99
- Gravastar Sirius Pro – Was £129.95, now £81.36
- PS5 Pulse 3D headset – Was £89.99, now £69.99
- Master & Dynamic MG20 – Was £429, now £321.75 (Use code SHOP25 at checkout)
- Sony WH-1000XM4 – Was £250, now £219
- Bose QuietComfort Earbuds – Was £249.95, now £139
That’s a tricky question to answer as it depends on what your needs are. Not every headphone will suit some, and while there are some brands that are better than others, you’ll often find that you’ll need to pay more to get the best performance. For noise cancellation we’d say that Apple, Bose and Sony are among the best brands, while in terms of sound quality you can also add the likes of Bowers & Wilkins and Master & Dynamic into the mix.
If you don’t like the feeling of in-earphones going into your ear then full-sized headphones are a better option. There are in-ears that sit on the ear, such as some AirPod models, but they’re not as good at isolating the wearer from the sounds around them as over-ear headphones. Over-ears sound bigger, offer more protection and isolation, but they’re not as conveniently sized for travel was earphones can be.