The best cheap Beats headphones sales and deals for 08 2022


Beats headphone deals are far more commonplace these days. The previously premium cups have taken some serious price cuts over the years, which means cheap Beats headphones are often lining the shelves if you’re browsing at the right time. We often see these headphones taking heavier discounts during holiday sales, but if you’re browsing outside of a discounts event there are still likely to be some solid offers on the table. 

We’re helping you find all the latest Beats headphone deals right here, with our price comparison software running through all the biggest offers on the web every half hour. Whether you’re after one of the more luxurious models or a budget pick, you’ll find all the lowest prices right here.

Beats headphones are something of an institution when it comes to consumer audio tech and are absolutely up there with the very best brands when it comes to popularity. Acquired by Apple back in the heady days of 2014, the Beats brand has gone from strength to strength and now encompasses a wide range of over-ear headphones and in-ear earphones, including some of the best wireless headphones

For you Beats deals hunters, that means some fantastic cheap Beats Headphones sales on the older models, although the new ones are often for sale as well. There are Beats Headphone prices for everyone as well, thankfully, as prices range from just $45/£59 all the way to $249/£249.

The best cheap Beats headphones deals

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Powerbeats Pro

The best Beats headphones for working out

Design: In-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 9h | NFC: No | Controls: Touch | Weight: 22g | Colors available: Black, Ivory, Navy, Moss | Year released: 2019 | Launch price: $249/£219

Excellent battery life
Snug fit while exercising
The best in-ear Beats sound
Even more expensive than AirPods

The Powerbeats Pro were certainly worth the wait, especially if you’ve been waiting for the most exercise-friendly Beats headphones yet. Sure, we had the Powerbeats 3 back in 2016, but these are true-wireless, meaning there’s no cable connecting the two earpieces here. The hook that reaches behind the ear feels better than ever and ensures your Beats stay in place during any activity.

In addition to that signature bass-heavy sound, you’re getting surprisingly adept quality in mid-range clarity as well as superior noise-isolation to the AirPods. Make no mistake though, Beats are at their best with high-energy, big tunes. So, if you’re hitting the gym, these are the Beats you want. They’re not waterproof mind, so be careful if you go running in the rain.

We’re loving the 9-hour battery and that can be boosted to around 24 hours thanks to the charging case that comes with the new Powerbeats Pro headphones. Running late? A five-minute quick charge gives you 90 minutes of playback. Nice.

Even better, the Powerbeats Pro see regular inclusion in cheap Beats headphones sales, making them a fantastic option for deal hunters in particular. 

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Beats Solo Pro

The best Beats for active noise-canceling audio

Design: : On-ear | *Noise canceling: Yes | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 40h (22 with NC) | NFC: No | Controls: Touch and voice | Weight: 267g | Colors available: Black, Ivory, Dark Blue, Light BLue, Red, Gray | Year released: 2019 | Launch price: $299 / £269

Great noise-cancelation
40-hour battery life
Useful transparency mode

The newest Beats on the block are a fantastic addition to the series and a tempting purchase for anyone looking for a set of cans with decent noise-canceling tech.

Studier than the Solo 3 line and sporting a cool matte finish in each color, the Beats Solo Pro feel like the biggest step up in quality the series has seen in some time for its larger line of headphones. Beats work best with iPhones and pair fast thanks to modern chipsets and we’re loving the hands-free Siri integration too which is a first on the Beats Solo Pro.

The active noise-cancelation brings Apple’s Beats somewhat closer to the best offerings from Sony and Bose, although those two are still ahead by some distance. We do like the simple-one button access to the transparency mode here though. This optional feature allows some outside noise to come through, which can be handy in an office if you want to be aware of someone calling your name or making sure you’re aware of traffic around you when walking or cycling.

You’ll see one of the higher Beats headphones prices attached to this particular set of cans, but for a 2019 model with such power as these it’s easily worth it. 

The Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones are the most popular model, offering an on-ear design

Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones

Still a fantastic pair of headphones

Design: On-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 40h | NFC: No | Controls: touch+wired | Weight: 215g | Colors available: Matt Black, Satin Gold, Satin Silver, Gloss Black, Gloss White, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Red, Black/Red | Year released: 2018 | Launch price: $299/£250

Punchy sound
Excellent wireless connection
Often available at a discounted price

If you have a modern iPhone and want a pair of the best Beats headphones made specifically for Apple’s latest range, you really should take a look at the Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones. In addition to a fantastic wireless connection and punchy sound, you’re getting a huge battery run-time. A single charge can last for up to 40 hours which could last you for an entire week’s worth of commuting between charges. 

The Solo 3 Wireless are the most popular over/on-ear headphones in the Beats range and are regularly featured in cheap Beats headphones sales. They’re also available in a whole range of different color designs so there’s plenty of scope to choose a color scheme that best represents your personality – whether that’s jet black or blingy gold! 

They fold neatly away in a bag and don’t look massive on your head – although there are no noise cancelling options with this model – for that you’d need either the Beats Studio 3 Wireless or the newer Beats Solo Pro. If you’re looking for cheap Beats headphones prices on a set of over-ear cans that don’t feel outdated in their spec, the 2018 Solo 3 model is for you. 

The Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones are at the top end of the range - they sound the best but cost the most

Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones

The best Beats headphones for noise-cancelling

Design: Over-ear | Noise cancelling: Yes | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 22-40h | NFC: No | Controls: touch+wired | Weight: 260g | Colors available: Black, White, Blue, Red, Grey, Black/Red | Year released: 2017 | Launch price: $349/£299

Excellent noise-cancelling
Better battery
Solid performance

The newest Studio entry in the Beats headphones range is the Beats Studio 3 Wireless. Using an over-ear, closed back design, the Studio 3 is one of the best noise cancelling sets of headphones Beats has ever made. The battery has massively improved too, so you can enjoy music for up to 22 hours, or 40 with the active noise cancellation turned off. The Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones are a great match for users of modern iPhones missing 3.5mm jacks – you can pair them with any smartphone though thanks to the Bluetooth technology. The Studio 3 is available in multiple colors including: red, matte black, white, porcelain rose, blue and shadow grey. They are more expensive compared with the Solo 3 Wireless and they’re bulkier and heavier too – so do make sure you’re aware of this before you buy.

The Beats X were the first in-ear wireless headphones in the range

Beats X by Dre

Quick charging Beats headphones for music on the move

Design: In-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 8h | NFC: No | Controls: wired | Weight: 22g | Colors available: Black, Satin Silver | Year released: 2017 | Launch price: $149/£129

Fast charging
Comfortable fit
Balanced sound

Long after their reveal alongside the iPhone 7, these eagerly awaited in-ear Beats headphones were finally released in February 2017. These wireless headphones are a perfect match for iPhone owners missing the 3.5mm port. We’re particularly impressed by the quick charge feature that gives you two hours of playback from a single five-minute charge. Eight hours from a full charge isn’t too shabby either.

Beats urBeats 3 headphones are available with both 3.5mm and Lightning connectors

Beats urBeats 3 headphones (3.5mm connector)

The 3.5mm connection option for older devices and wired listening

Design: In-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: No | Battery life: N/A | NFC: No | Controls: Wired | Weight: 16g | Colors available: Black, White, Red/Black, Blue | Year released: 2017 | Launch price: $99/£89

Legacy connection
Tangle-free cable
Super cheap nowadays

There are two versions of the urBeats 3 in-ear headphones to look out for. One with a Lightning connection for modern iPhones and these ones with the traditional 3.5mm jack. It gets better too, as Beats have released a few newer in-ear options since the urBeats 3, meaning the prices has come tumbling down in recent months, making these the cheapest Beats on the market. They’re not the best Beats on the market, although the bass performance is impressive from such small buds.

Beats urBeats 3 headphones with lightning connectors are recommended if you're listening with iPhone or iPad

Beats urBeats 3 headphones with Lightning Connector

Future-facing port options for modern iPhones

Design: In-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: No | Battery life: N/A | NFC: No | Controls: Wired | Weight: 16g | Colors available: Black, White, Red/Black, Blue, Yellow, Red | Year released: 2017 | Launch price: $99/£89

Lightning connection
Tangle-free cable
Super cheap nowadays

The earphones themselves are the same as the ones above, but they come with a Lightning connector on the end instead of a 3.5mm jack. This is ideal if you want something to use on a modern iPhone or MacBook as we’re seeing those items ditch the old headphone port nowadays. The urBeats 3 with Lightning connector is one of the cheapest in the Beats range too, often with massive discounts compared to the original launch price. They do generally cost a touch more than the 3.5mm versions though.

Beats Pro over-ear headphones are a couple of years old but still a great option for DJs or bass-heads

Beats Pro over-ear headphones

Beats headphones made for DJs and those who love bass

Design: Over-ear | Noise cancelling: Non-powered | Wireless: No | Battery life: N/A | NFC: No | Controls: Wired | Weight: 400g | Colors available: Black | Year released: 2016 | Launch price: $399/£349

Great for DJs
Suited for loud environments
Cheaper options available

The Beats Pro over-ear headphones aren’t as appealing for day-to-day use as they used to be thanks to the latest Solo 3 and Studio 3 lines offering a better overall experience, usually for less money too. This model is consequently no longer in production. But if you’re looking for some big, beefy, bassy Beats headphones to use as a DJ or for listening at home they excel in loud environments. The metal frames are incredibly durable too as the rest of the Beats line favour plastic designs.

Beats by Dre Powerbeats3 are the precursor to the new Powerbeats Pro

Beats by Dre Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones

The best Beats headphones for active users

Design: In-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: Bluetooth | Battery life: 12h | NFC: No | Controls: wired | Weight: 25g | Colors available: Black, White, Black/Red | Year released: 2016 | Launch price: $199/£170

Fantastic battery
Prices are dropping now

Do you lead an active lifestyle that requires the lightweight feel of in-ear headphones without the massive cans on your head? Then the Beats headphones range has you covered for that, too, because not all models about that authentic studio design. With an improved 12-hour battery life, you’re all set for multiple workouts packed with hours of adrenaline-pumping tunes.

If you’d prefer a true-wireless upgrade though, then you may want to consider the new PowerBeats Pro that we mentioned earlier in this article.

The Beats EP headphones are the 'cheap' option in the range

Beats EP headphones

The cheapest big Beats headphones currently available

Design: On-ear | Noise cancelling: No | Wireless: No | Battery life: N/A | NFC: No | Controls: Wired | Weight: 204g | Colors available: Black, White, Blue, Red | Year released: 2016 | Launch price: $99/£89

Budget-friendly Beats
Great color options
Balanced and rounded sound

The Beats EP headphones are the cheapest on-ear headphones in the Beats by Dre lineup and are a fine place to start if you’ve had your eye on the colorful stylings for a while. They’re wired via a 3.5mm jack, but at least you’ll never have to worry about them running out of battery juice.

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Which cheap Beats headphones should you buy?

On the over-ear and on-ear side of the Beats headphones range you’ll find the Beats Solo Pro and Beats Studio 3 Wireless leading the charge with the best sound and highest price. The Beats Solo 3 Wireless is the most popular option, and also one of the more recent, with an on-ear slightly more compact design. Meanwhile, the Beats EP is a cheap Beats headphone option that goes for under $100. You can also still pick up a pair of Beats Pro headphones, made for DJs – though they’re no longer listed on the Beats website.

Meanwhile, the Powerbeats Pro are the latest true wireless earbuds in the Beats in-ear headphone range, offering totally wireless listening with a sporty finish – think Apple Airpods but with better noise isolation and better sound. 

They’re backed up by the Powerbeats3 Wireless, the previous wireless option that connects the earphones behind your neck. The Powerbeats3 and the slightly newer Beats X, a more traditional style of wireless earbuds, are your best bet for cheap Beats headphone sales right now. However, at the bottom end, you also have the wired urBeats3 earphones, available with either 3.5mm or Lightning connector for an iPhone. This is where you’ll find the best Beats headphones prices, but not necessarily the quality to back them up.