Don't miss these stunning Sennheiser headphone Amazon Prime Early Access deals - you could save up to $200
These Sennheiser headphone deals are unmissable
Sometimes when you're riding on the bus and the rest of the passengers and the noise of the engine all combine into one cacophonous mess, you just want something to block out the sound of the outside world. Sennheiser makes some of the best noise-canceling cans around - and those should set you right, blocking out that low rumble of the bus and the bustling people around you. That's not all that Sennheiser makes though - you'll also find some excellent headphones for home listening as well as exercise 'phones. There's something for everyone in the Sennheiser lineup.
The Amazon Prime Early Access Sale currently has some great deals on the Sennheiser lineup, saving you up to $200 on some very nice pairs of headphones.
Up to $200 off Sennheiser headphones
Sennheiser Momentum 2 Wireless |
$299 now $149 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sennheisers entry into the true-wireless in-ear headphone game is a very, very good one. The noise-canceling is excellent, and the sound quality vibrant and crisp. They are usually a very expensive option, setting you back around $300. At the moment, the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale has chopped off around $150, so they're quite a bit cheaper.
Sennheiser HD 350BT |
$120 now $70 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
They may not come equipped with noise-canceling, but they sound great and Bluetooth connection is, as always, extremely convenient. They'll also last a nice long 30 hours, giving you plenty of listening time when you're out and about. In the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale, you'll save $50 off full price, bringing them comfortably under $100.
Sennheiser HD 599 |
$199 now $90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
These are not headphones for outside - anything but. They are wired and open back, which means everyone around you will hear everthing you're listening to - and it won't even be muffled. Hope your fellow bus travellers like Britney. Use them at home though and you'll have one of the best sounding headphones for under $200 - only if you buy them now, you'll have paid less than $100.
Sennheiser CX Wireless |
$129 now $70 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sennheiser's entry-level wireless in-ears sound phenomenal, and while they don't have inbuilt noise-canceling, they'll still do a good job of making sure you hear less of the outside world. They're pretty friendly on the wallet even when they're full price, but they're now under $100 in this Amazon Prime Early Access Sale.
Sennheiser HD660 S |
$499 now $299 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Like the 599 above, these aren't a pair of headphones for the bus. They are also open-back audiophile headphones, except these ones are a fair bit more expensive. They're also some of the best sounding headphones ever made and when you stick them on, you'll wonder how you managed without them. Every other pair of headphones will sound a bit crummy.
Sennheiser CX Wireless Plus |
$180 now $110 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The plus in the name means they've got extra features, such as noise canceling. They'll be great for the bus or walking through town, and with $70 off, they more affordable than ever. You can choose your color too - there's Black and White.
Sennheiser products are some of the best around - but they also come with quite a price tag. With these Amazon Prime Early Access sales, you'll save some money on some of the best wireless headphones. Looking for AirPods? Take a look at some of the best AirPods deals and sales.
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As the Buying Guides and Deals writer for iMore, Tammy puts over a decade of experience in finding the best prices of Apple products to work, helping you save money on the equipment that you want. An audiophile at heart, she loves all things audio and visual, but you’ll also find her drooling over the latest Macs and MacBooks. With a Masters in screenwriting, Tammy likes to spend her free time writing feature-length and TV screenplays or driving digital cars around virtual circuits, to varying degrees of success. Just don't ask her about AirPods Max - you probably won't like her answer.