Bose headphones are always among the big winners when it comes to Best Black Friday deals and this year will be no exception. Bose makes some of the most desirable audio products in the world, from the market-leading – market-defining, even – QC35 wireless noise-cancelling headphones, to its ever-evolving range of home speakers, portable speakers and home cinema setups. Here, you'll find the best prices on Bose's most prized speakers and headphones, as we glide through Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Now, if you are in the UK right now, I suggest you put down your knitting and look at THIS. If you're not in the UK, move right along.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II refurbished £175 | was £329 | Save £154 at Bose
Yes, those Bose QuietComfort 35 II. The best selling and most beloved noise cancelling headphones in history. Refurbished ones, yes, but they come with two-year warranty, and 90 days no quibble return period. DEAL MUST END SOONView Deal
Bose QuietComfort 35 II £209 | was £329 | Save £120 at Amazon
If you want a brand new, box-fresh pair of the same headphones, then hurry your way over to Amazon. This is the cheapest they have ever been there, and very nearly the lowest ever UK price for box-fresh QC35 II. DEAL MUST END SOONView Deal
In America, you can get Bose SoundLink II for $159 at Walmart – that's $70 off
If that doesn't appeal, try these:
In particular, you are likely to see deals on older headphones such as Bose Soundlink II over ears, and QuietComfort 35 II – that has now been superseded by NC 700 as Bose's flagship noise cancelling headphones. But realistically, ANY Bose product could get a price trim between now and Black Friday.
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Best Bose deal #1: QuietComfort QC35 II
#2 Bose deal: Bose NC 700
#3 Bose deal: SoundSport Free
Best Bose deal #4: QuietComfort QC25
The specialist's choice of Bose noise cancelling deals, the QC25 has a wire – how old fashioned – and is pretty much on its way out. As a result it can be had at some very attractive prices, and it is still a very good pair of headphones. It bypasses all the issues around battery life and connectivity that can potentially come with using Bluetooth and audio quality is generally excellent. The noise cancelling is not on par with the QC35 of NC700 but it's still quite impressive for a device that pre-dates the first iPhone. Does require a device with a 3.5mm headphone port.