Save $60 And Get Some Galaxy Buds Live Of Your Very Own

Amazon is now selling a pair of Galaxy Buds Live for just $89.99, and all you need to do is place your order before the sale comes to an end. We don’t know when that will be, so make sure to get those orders in as soon as possible to make sure that you won’t miss out.

Amazon would normally sell the Galaxy Buds Live for around $150, making this a deal that is worth a full $60 and 40% without making you lift a finger. Unlike some other deals, this one won’t require that you enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons. Just place an order now and your new earbuds could be with you this weekend.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, True Wireless Earbuds with Active Noise Cancelling from Amazon: $89.99 | Original price: $150

The AKG tuned 12mm speaker and enhanced bass tone play everything in studio quality sound; An open design creates a live listening environment, suiting those who prefer a natural, spacious sound

At the time of writing, the Galaxy Buds Live have more than 700 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.3 stars out of a possible five. That’s an excellent score and these are some very popular earbuds. A word of warning, though – this deal is only available on the Onyx Black color so make sure to have those selected when adding your earbuds to your cart.

Ear buds have a long-lasting battery life with an included case that doubles as a wireless charger for charging on the go; 5 minutes of charging gives you 1 hour of play time, so you have enough juice for your commute or workout

No matter the color, these earbuds feature AKG-tuned 12mm speakers and active noise cancellation to make sure unwanted noise is kept out. You can also top the battery up for a full hour of listening time with just five minutes connected to a power source, too.

Again, we don’t know when this deal will end so get those orders in now.

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