The TaoTronics Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones are down to $34.99 when you use coupon code XFF3UYYA at checkout and clip the on-page coupon for $5. Often, codes like these don't stack and we don't know how long both codes will work for, so grab these for a super-low price while you can. The headphones regularly sell for $59.99 and we've never seen the headphones drop below $49.99 before, so today is your chance to make a killer saving.
The over-ear headphones use active noise-cancelling, which means you only hear what you want to hear. If you have a busy commute, noisy office, or regularly fly, you'll understand how annoying the constant hubbub can be and need to upgrade to noise-cancelling headphones if you haven't already. They strip out the background noise and allow you to hear your music or podcasts clearly.
This model from TaoTronics can play for 20 hours on a single charge with the ANC enabled (or 24 hours if the noise-cancelling is off) and you can switch to a wired connection after that. The headphones have soft, memory foam ear cups and a flexible headband that can stretch up to 180-degrees without breaking, so they'll comfortably fit any size head and allow you to wear them for an extended period of time without discomfort. There's also a built-in noise-cancelling mic that helps you sound great when taking calls.
Existing users rate the headphones 4.3 stars on average based on over 170 reviews and TaoTronics backs them up with an 18-month warranty.
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