Samsung Galaxy Buds Live have never been cheaper - now just £119

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The latest true wireless earbuds from Samsung, the Galaxy Buds Live, are seeing their lowest prices yet today - though the retailer might surprise you. Offering every colour variant of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live for just £119.99 each is ChitterChatter.

The retailer might be better known for its cheap phone deals, but ChitterChatter currently has the incredibly comfortable true wireless earbuds for about £10 less than their all-time low price. However, Amazon is hot on its tail, matching the discount - but on the Mystic Black version only. 

That means if you're after the White or Bronze colour variants at this price, Amazon is a no-go. You'll still find prices for those versions sitting at their previous sales positions there - from between £128 and £130. 

This extra £10 saving at ChitterChatter makes for an excellent Samsung Galaxy Buds Live deal, then, and we're hoping to see more of the same in the upcoming Black Friday deals

Not in the UK? There are plenty more Samsung Galaxy Buds deals in the US, Australia and worldwide at the bottom of the page. 

Today's best Samsung Galaxy Buds Live deal

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: £159.99 £119.99 at ChitterChatter

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: £159.99 £119.99 at ChitterChatter
You'll find all three colour variants of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live available for their lowest prices yet at ChitterChatter right now. That record £40 discount means the powerful 2020 true wireless earbuds are currently just £119.99. 

We've also rounded up all the best AirPods deals and AirPods Pro prices elsewhere in the site, as well as the best noise-canceling headphone deals too. 

Tabitha Baker
Deals Editor

Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.