Bank Holiday Beats headphone deal: get the Beats X for a super cheap price

cheap beats x headphone deals

Things are heating up in deals town today, just in time for the Bank Holiday sales. We've just spotted these Beats X earphones at a massive discount - actually this is the lowest price yet in the UK. And not to leave our US-cousins hanging, we've found a massive discount Stateside too below in addition to lots of other deals in our Memorial Day sales roundup.

Beats headphones are massively popular, but let's face it, they're often seriously expensive. The upcoming in-ear Powerbeats Pro are going to be even more expensive than the Apple AirPod's price for crying out loud. 

If you're after a discrete set of in-ear headphones with that bass-friendly sound that Beats specialise in then the Beats X could be a great fit for you - literally too as they come with four different tip-sizes in the box.

Beats X are wireless, so a great match for modern phones that ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack and the battery lasts up to eight hours. Better yet, if you're running late, a quick five-minute charge gives you enough juice for two hours of tunes.

The best Beats X headphone deals


Beats X | £109.99 £67 at Amazon
Available in black or satin silver.
We've never seen the price drop this low for a new pair of Beats X wireless headphones and you might be waiting a while to see them drop this low again. Not to rush you, but this deal will expire at midnight tonight.

Beats X | $149 | $52 at eBay
Available in grey.

Beats X | $149 | $52 at eBay
Available in grey. This eBay merchant has a 99.9% rating with over 91,000 transactions, which passes our trust rating with flying colors. The next best deal we can find is $89 at Walmart, so there's one clear winner today. You get free 2-day FedEx shipping too.

Want to learn more about these in-ear Beats headphones? Then check out our full Beats X review. If you fancy checking out the competition these are the best cheap headphone deals.

Brendan Griffiths

Brendan Griffiths is the managing Editor of Hardware & eCommerce - at Future. After spending his formative years as a games journalist, he joined Future Publishing and TechRadar in 2016. He manages a small team and wrote, commissioned, and maintained a vast collection of e-commerce content published around the world with particular focus on the US and UK. In 2020 Brendan joined another Future website, GamesRadar, as Managing Editor of the Hardware and eCommerce team to take charge of the site's eCommerce strategy, hardware reviews and buying guides.