There are many other color options available for lower prices than usual (with no expiration date listed either), but it’s naturally harder to get excited about a $190 matte silver Beats Solo3 flavor or rose gold, “defiant black-red”, black, gray, gloss black, satin gold, gloss white, silver, gold, satin silver, and red models fetching $239.99 a pop.
We also don’t see very often the Beats Studio3 on sale at the same time as their slightly humbler cousins, with several variants currently priced at $279.99 (down from $349.99) at Best Buy.
You can get these premium over-ear wireless headphones at a solid $70 discount in your choice of matte black, shadow gray, midnight black, defiant black-red, white, blue, red, desert sand, crystal blue, or gray hues, and at least for the time being, it’s unclear if Best Buy plans to end the Studio3 promotion anytime soon.
In case you’re wondering, the lower-cost on-ear Beats Solo3 actually claim to last significantly longer between charges, at a whopping 40 hours versus the 22 hours maximum endurance of the Studio 3.
But that’s obviously because the latter headphones offer superior sound quality, as well as top-notch Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling technology while sharing a powerful Apple-made W1 chip with the Solo3 for “seamless” setup and switching for your iPhones and iPads, as well as blazing fast charging support.