Beats Powerbeats Pro prices drop ahead of rumored Studio Buds launch

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The Beats Powerbeats Pro are among the best wireless earbuds in the world – and right now, they're subject to some incredible discounts in the US and the UK. 

If you're in the US, you can get these workout-friendly wireless earbuds for just $159.99 at Best Buy, a price cut of $90 compared to their original $249.99 RRP.

Meanwhile, UK readers can get their hands on the Powerbeats Pro for £139 at John Lewis, saving you £80 on the Beats earbuds. (Not in the US or UK? Scroll down for the best Powerbeats Pro prices in your region.)

Bear in mind, that both of these deals only apply to select color variants, so make sure you double check the price before you head to checkout.

Today's best Powerbeats Pro deals


Powerbeats Pro true wireless earbuds:  $249.99 $159.99 at Best Buy
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For those looking for fitness-inspired wireless earbuds, the Powerbeats Pro are on sale at Best Buy for $159.99. You're scrapping noise cancellation in favor of fantastic comfort and an ear grip design that ensures your buds will never slip out during even the most intense of workouts. This deal applies to the red and green color variants.


Powerbeats Pro true wireless earbuds:  £219.95 £139 at John Lewis
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You can also save big on the Powerbeats Pro in the UK, with £80 off the earbuds at John Lewis.  Bear in mind however, that this deal only applies to the moss green and spring yellow color variants.

The Beats Powerbeats Pro deliver a powerful, balanced sound with dynamic range and noise isolation. Built for athletes, the true wireless earbuds are sweat and water-resistant and feature adjustable, secure-fit earhooks for lightweight, all-day comfort. 

They provide an impressive nine hours of battery life, and each earbud has full volume and track controls, so you don't need your device to adjust your music.

While a new model may be on the cards – the so-called Beats Studio Buds – the original true wireless Beats headphones are still well worth buying, particularly at this price. 

Saying that, if you need your buds to come with noise cancellation, be sure to check out models like the AirPods Pro and the Sony WF-1000XM3; pricier than the Beats, these buds are capable of blocking out annoying environmental sound, letting you listen to your music in peace.

It's also worth bearing in mind that Prime Day deals will start rolling in soon, with the sales event expected to land in June. It's possible that the Powerbeats Pro will be discounted even further, though we'd still recommend snapping them up at this price if you've had your eye on them for a while.

What about the Beats Studio Buds?

The Beats Studio Buds are rumored to be the next wireless earbuds from the Apple-owned brand – and they might launch soon, with a substantial leak giving us our first look at the new earbuds

Information on the Studio Buds was discovered in Apple’s latest beta software for tvOS and iOS, revealing that the new earbuds will likely come with active noise cancellation. 

Spotted by MacRumors and 9to5Mac, the software even revealed images and animations of the yet-to-be-announced earbuds, and it looks like the devices will be available in red, white  and black.

While Apple hasn’t yet confirmed the existence of the Beats Studio Buds – or even if that will be their official name – the recent leak was substantial enough to suggest that the earbuds will launch soon, perhaps even in June. 

And, with Powerbeats Pro prices dropping, a June release date is looking even more feasible.

Not in the US / UK? Check out the best Beats Powerbeats Pro prices in your region below:

Olivia Tambini

Olivia was previously TechRadar's Senior Editor - Home Entertainment, covering everything from headphones to TVs. Based in London, she's a popular music graduate who worked in the music industry before finding her calling in journalism. She's previously been interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live on the subject of multi-room audio, chaired panel discussions on diversity in music festival lineups, and her bylines include T3, Stereoboard, What to Watch, Top Ten Reviews, Creative Bloq, and Croco Magazine. Olivia now has a career in PR.