Deal Alert: Save $25 On Refurbished Apple AirPods [Tax-Free For Limited Time]

There are many advantages to Apple’s walled garden approach to technology, and the AirPods are one example of that.

Earphones that are truly wireless and connect via a pairing method that works in a way that can fairly be described as magic, AirPods are arguable the best example of why Apple believes it does not need to have a headphone jack on its iPhones.

The hottest earphones around when it comes to Apple’s smartphones, AirPods are often in and out of stock at Apple’s stores both on the high street and online. They are, however, currently available in refurbished form via eBay and at a minimal discount, too.

Apple’s AirPods normally retail for $159, which may seam costly at first until you remember how magical they can sometimes appear to be. However, if you buy via eBay right now you can save yourself around $10-$12 bucks, which while not a huge amount of money, is about as much as you are going to be able to save on AirPods anywhere right now.

However, buying this way does have another advantage in that you will likely also save on tax, too. Apple’s price of $159 is before local sales taxes are added, as is the case with everything it sells, so going via the eBay route could save you a few extra dollars, too – likely around the likes $25 but of course it will vary depending on which State you live in.

The good news is that this particular seller has great rating on eBay, and this particular item also includes eBay’s money back guarantee. So if all this checks out for you and you are on the lookout for some fancy new wireless earphones then the AirPods are certainly a tried and tested way to go – we’ve yet to hear of anyone who was disappointed with them!

Buy: Apple AirPods Refurbished from eBay: $149 (tax-free) | Original price: $160 (excluding tax)

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