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Holy crap, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ are only $59 at Walmart right now

GET 61% OFF: The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are on sale at Walmart for just $59 — that’s $91 off their usual price. If you’ve been searching for a long-lasting, decent-sounding pair of earbuds that won’t break the bank, look no further.

Today in “how have these not sold out yet,” the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are on sale for only $59 as part of Walmart’s first Black Friday Deals for Days event. They usually retail for $149.99, which means this doorbuster is saving you a whopping 61%.

It should come as no surprise that this is the wireless earbuds‘ lowest price to date by far, beating their previous all-time-low deal from Prime Day 2021 by an impressive $26. What’s more, Amazon is the only other place you can buy them right now (and they’re stuck at $100 over there) — Best Buy, Target, and Samsung.com all had them listed as “out of stock” the last time we looked.

Note that Walmart’s $59 deal applies only to the Cosmic Black Galaxy Buds+; the Galaxy Red ones will run you $10 more (which is still a really good deal, TBH).

Released in early 2020, the Galaxy Buds+ took the original Galaxy Buds‘ design (including the same pill-shaped charging case) and added iPhone compatibility along with upgraded specs; a 22-hour battery life, improved drivers, and an Ambient Aware mode that filters out unwanted noises are the biggest draws.

They’re no AirPods, to be sure. Mashable tech reporter Karissa Bell said the Galaxy Buds+ felt uncomfortable in her small ears and that their touchpad controls were a bit finicky when she tried them. But they sound good and offer a whole day’s worth of battery life — and if they fit well for you, Walmart’s $59 offer puts every AirPod deal we’ve ever seen to absolute shame.

Credit: Samsung

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