Right now, you can grab yourself a pair of Apple’s AirPods complete with the wired Charging Case for just $128.98 this Memorial Day. This official Apple audio accessory usually retails for around the $159 mark, meaning that you can benefit from an immediate 19% discount.

The benefits and power of Apple’s truly wireless AirPods have been discussed the world over for some time now. In addition to offering that truly wireless experience, the AirPods benefit from an “automatically on, automatically connected” experience. In short, this means that once they are paired, you simply need to take them out of the accompanying charging case and you will be up and running as they will automatically connect to the last paired device when it’s in range. No faffing about or pressing buttons hoping to make a connection.

The AirPods also include an extremely easy and user-friendly setup process that allows them to pair with Apple devices seamlessly thanks to the integrated Apple H1 chip. You get access to the “Hey, Siri” functionality, access to gestures to be able to skip the music forward or play the last song, and first-class audio that you really wouldn’t think that you could get from the hardware of this nature.

Additionally, you get access to the wired Charging Case that provides more bang for your buck. If the earbuds run out of power, simply slot them into the charging case and you are good to go. If the charging case has run out of juice, simply using an Apple-provided Lightning cable to breathe life back into it.

Head on over to the direct link below to benefit from this deal, right now! There are no discount codes or coupons required in order to achieve the advertised price but you will need to act with haste as this type of discount is usually time-restricted or limited to a certain number of units sold.

Buy: Apple AirPods with Charging Case (Wired) from Amazon: $128.98 | Original price: $159

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