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    Galaxy Buds Live reach their lowest price yet with new limited-time discount

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    Last updated: March 19th, 2024 at 15:12 UTC+01:00

    Samsung's unique bean-like wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Live, have hit a new low price. As some of you might remember, the earbuds were available for just $99 a couple of weeks ago after a 42% discount on the full retail price, and now, Amazon is offering an even better deal.

    Customers can now buy the Galaxy Buds Live from Amazon for just $89. And if you apply for the Amazon Reward Visa Card, you can get an additional $50 off the price, which means the Galaxy Buds Live can be yours for as low as $39.99.

    This is a limited-time deal. As of this writing, there are a little over 17 hours left on the clock, so you better move fast.

    It's worth noting that this low price of $89 applies only to the Galaxy Buds Live in Mystic Black and Mystic White. The bronze variant costs the full price of $169, while the Onyx Black and Mystic Red color options cost $149 and $129, respectively.

    What do the Buds Live earbuds offer for $89?

    You can get a lot of value from the Buds Live for just $89, and even more so if you have the opportunity to buy them for $39.

    The Buds Live are the most unusual wireless earbuds Samsung has ever created in its quest for a comfortable, snug fit. The Buds Live have a hybrid over-ear and in-ear design, meaning they don't use conventional ear tips.

    These earbuds boast ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) and promise up to 8 hours of music playback on a single charge. Users can extend that time by up to 29 hours with the case included. The Galaxy Buds Live case has its own built-in battery that can recharge the earbuds more than four times over before it depletes. Check the links below for more details.

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