Amazing Deal: Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones For $110

Filed Under: Great Deals
In the interest of full disclosure, One Mile at a Time earns a referral bonus for purchases made through some of the below links. These are products and services we use ourselves, and are the best offers we know of. Check out our Advertising Policy for further details. Thanks for your support!

This is a great deal that won’t last. For Cyber Monday it looks like you can buy Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones for $109.99 (and potentially even less, as I’ll explain below). The normal price for these is $299.95.

You can potentially save even more if you use the Amazon trick I shared a couple of days ago, where you register on this page and use one Membership Rewards point. That would knock 20% off the price.

I’d note that this isn’t the latest generation of Bose headphones, as there are now Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones (review here). However, I don’t actually find that their sound quality is noticeably different, but rather they’re just wireless.

If I didn’t care whether the headphones were wireless or not, I’d pick up the Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones in a heartbeat, as they’re still among the best out there. Even if you want wireless headphones, this could still be a great deal, as you could pick up this this wireless adapter to essentially turn them into wireless headphones.

This is the best price I’ve ever seen on these. Earlier in the year we saw them on sale for $125 (otherwise the best price I had ever seen), and obviously this is even better.

(Tip of the hat to Doctor Of Credit)

  1. Some kind of forwarder but by the time you’ve paid their shipping and potentially customs probably price out the time..

  2. Great deal! What I think is a bad situation is that Bose (and maybe other brands) have cheap headbands that flake off after a few years. The ear cushioning is the same.

    My original Bose had a control device that you clipped on your clothes or belt and had a cord to the headphones.

    The replacement was a technological advancement because it’s just the headphones. However, it suffers from the same flaking problem. I now have a zippered covering over the headband. The ear cushions are not yet flaky but it is coming. I wipe them after every use and then at the hotel gently wipe them again with a damp towel, never scrubbing them.

  3. Dave – I agree with you on the ear cushioning. I’ve replaced mine with a new set from Bose. Look like almost new now. Bought a set of the QC25 for my wife’s birthday. Great deal.

  4. I bought these a couple of years ago. The ear cushions started flaking after 8months (not covered under warranty), and just a month after warranty ended, the noise reduction stopped working and can’t be fixed. Not gonna get another pair of Bose anytime soon.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *