(EXPIRED) Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless headphones for $180 (or $119 with targeted stack)

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Update: If you’re not targeted for the $119 Amazon deal on these Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth headphones, you can do a bit better now with 10% back at Target on the Point Debit Card, which would bring the net cost at Target down to about $162.

The Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth noise-cancelling headphones are on sale right now from the various stores that sell them. While the sale price everywhere is $179.99, you can stack to get them for as low as $119 with a targeted offer at Amazon or ~$171 via Target with a Discover or RedCard debit card.

The Deal

How to stack it

Earlier this week, we wrote about how some people are targeted for a deal of 50% off at Amazon when using 1 American Express Membership Rewards point up to a max discount of $60 or $75 (I’ve only seen one report of a $75 discount, so I am assuming the more common $60 discount here — though note that some people are targeted for less or nothing at all, YMMV). Here is the link to check if you are targeted (our affiliate link).

If you are targeted for that 50% off up to $60 off, it’s easy — just apply a single Membership Rewards point at checkout ($0.01 in points) and your total will be the $119 plus tax as shown in the screen shot at the top.

Target also had the headphones on sale for $179.99. Discover has Target as a 5% back option for Q4, so you could use a Discover card to pay a net ~$171. Alternatively, Target RedCard holders should get 5% off. If you don’t have a RedCard, you could apply now (definitely only do the debit card!) and get a coupon good for $40 off of $40 online and in-store upon approval. Unfortunately, Bose is excluded from the coupon, so you can’t use the $40 off coupon on the headphones.

Either way, this is a solid deal on a popular set of headphones for travel.

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Thanks for this. Used ur link and got the .01/$60 off! I have the wired Bose but always difficult with that cord. So glad to get wireless. I realize though, to connect to airline entertainment I’ll still need the cord unless I buy a bluetooth transmitter, right?


Yes, that’s right.


This is what I used my 50% on. They are very comfortable, excited to use them instead of my AirPods on my flight to Vegas next week!


I’ll also be in Vegas next week! I’m flying with the Walmart in ear ones that just went on sale. FM in person meetup?


Me Too.United plugs Free+Lounge..Had the Big $$$ ones no Thanks.
Have a Nice time..

Last edited 1 year ago by Cavedweller