These 4 headphones and wireless earbuds deals under £75 are perfect Christmas gifts

Sony earbuds on green starry background with a Christmas gift-tag
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It's that time, isn't it? Time to search for the best Christmas deals, or (whisper it) early Boxing Day deals

But relax! Ideal gifts for the music-lover in your life aren't hard to find – in fact, if you're looking for wireless headphones or true wireless earbuds that marry sound quality, comfort and features with a surprisingly low price-tag, you couldn't have landed in a better spot. 

You will find all of the propositions listed here are on sale – hurrah! They are also included in our respective TechRadar buying guides (which means we genuinely rate them), whether it be our best budget earbuds recommendations or our pick of the best cheap headphones. Oh, and if you need further information, I'll link a fully star-rated review of the product in each of the links below. 

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The best sub-£75 earbuds and headphones gifts 

Sony WF-C700N earbuds:£99 £74.99 at Amazon

Sony WF-C700N earbuds: was £99 now £74.99 at Amazon
Simply the best cheaper noise-cancelling earbuds you can buy – that's what I said in my five-star review of these April 2023-release earbuds. And I stick by it too. They're lovely and small, they're comfortable, and although you don't get on-ear volume control or Sony's higher-res LDAC support, they've never seen a discount like this before – which is a whopping 24% off the asking price. They briefly dropped to £75.99 for Prime Day earlier in the year, so this deal means an extra pound stays in your pocket. Tidy. 

JLab Go Air Pop: £24.99 £17.99 at Amazon

JLab Go Air Pop: was £24.99 now £17.99 at Amazon
Before we get carried away, the JLab Go Air Pop are not the last word in sonic brilliance. But they also aren't half bad – in fact, they're alarmingly good for their lowly asking fee. If this is truly where your budget maxes out, you'll get reliable Bluetooth connectivity, killer battery life, comfortable and light earpieces, and solid musicality on the go. It would be churlish to expect more – and this deal (which applies to various color options) is a whole £2 cheaper than we've ever seen them. 

Sony WF-C500 wireless earbuds: £90 £41 at Amazon

Sony WF-C500 wireless earbuds: was £90 now £41 at Amazon
This is the cheapest that these earbuds have ever been. A 54% off discount is superb for a pair of buds we awarded a four-and-a-half star score in our Sony WF-C500 review, no? Are they world-beating buds? No, but they sound great for the price, feature excellent app integration and controls, and are exceptionally comfortable. They don't have the best battery life, but it's impossible to complain at this price. We should be clear, you've been able to find these for around £50 for a while (rather than the full £90) but this is still a great record-low price.

Sony WH-CH520: £60  £34 at Amazon

Sony WH-CH520: was £60 now £34 at Amazon
This massive 42% saving on their February 2023 launch price is the biggest UK discount yet on what we called "some of the best cheap headphones you can buy" – see our glowing Sony WH-CH520 review for clarification. They've briefly dipped to just under £40 before today, in August, but this knocks that price clean out of the park, doesn't it? 

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Becky Scarrott
Senior Audio Staff Writer

Becky is a senior staff writer at TechRadar (which she has been assured refers to expertise rather than age) focusing on all things audio. Before joining the team, she spent three years at What Hi-Fi? testing and reviewing everything from wallet-friendly wireless earbuds to huge high-end sound systems. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, Becky freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 22-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance starts with a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo and The Stage. When not writing, she can still be found throwing shapes in a dance studio, these days with varying degrees of success.