Looking for deals on the best wireless headphones? Find the best prices in time for Christmas

Gift the best wireless headphones at the best price this Christmas

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Looking for the best wireless headphones deals? Christmas is just around the corner, and we think a set of wireless headphones would make the perfect gift for the music lover in your life. Shopping for a teen? Consider this the inspiration you've been searching for.

Wireless headphones have come a long way when it comes to sound quality, with the best options now offering an audio experience that's as – if not more – impressive than wired solutions. Plus, they mean a life free of tangled wires. It's the little things, right? 

And if that wasn't enough, the best models are also compatible with Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa, making it super easy to control your smart assistant on the go. Starting to understand why everyone wants a pair? Yup, they make the infamous Apple headphones look just a bit mediocre...

We've rounded up the best deals on wireless headphones, to help you make a saving this Christmas. Discover them below...

Best wireless headphones deals

In order of cost from low to high:

DOQAUS 52 Hrs Foldable Headphones (Shadow Grey) | Was £89.99, now £29.99 (opens in new tab)
Okay, just look at that price! Even at £89.99 these headphones are an absolute steal, but with 67 per cent off, they're well worth a buy if you're after wireless headphones on a budget. The design is lightweight and the Bluetooth connection allows for up to 52 hours of play time (this is huge). Compatible with iOs and Android devices and comes with an integrated microphone. Plus, we love that pink and black colour scheme. 

Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones| Was £150, now £79 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
These wireless headphones from Sony come under the Premium Budget category as they are affordable but feature high end technology and a strong reputation. The noise cancelling option makes them the perfect gift for someone who frequents long flights or just loves to switch off and go into their own world. The battery life at this price point is brilliant, lasting for 35 hours (against the typical 20). 

Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones - The Beats Skyline Collection - Crystal Blue| Was £299.95, now £199 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Beats are the cool kid on the block when it comes to headphones. Notoriously stylish with a a pure adaptive noise cancelling feature, these headphones also have FastFuel meaning that one minute of charge will provide you with, wait for it... three hours of play when battery is low! Plus, with the Apple W1 chip, these headphones perform seamlessly with class 1 wireless Bluetooth connectivity and battery efficiency. 

Bose® QuietComfort® Noise Cancelling® QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Bluetooth NFC Headphones | Was £319, now £249 from John Lewis (opens in new tab)
These over-ear wireless headphones from Bose are the classic model that are highly-renowned but have been upgraded, with Alexa and Google Assistant built in. The sound quality on this model is exemplary and the cushioned headphones are super comfortable, allowing you to get lost in the music (they aren't called QuietComfort for nothing). 

BOSE Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 - Silver | Was £349, now £299 at Currys (opens in new tab)
If you're after a model that demonstrates an elite fusion of comfort, capability and style, these Bose headphones are an excellent choice.  With 11 levels of noise cancellation, the technology behind these sleek and stylish headphones is second to none; what's more, they work with Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa and are both iOS and Android compatible. Also fitted with a microphone. An investment well worth making for a music buff. 

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Niamh is a freelance journalist and the Head of Content at Raft Furniture. She is obsessed with all things interior design, with a particular focus on sustainability and city-dweller style. The wooden floorboards and built-in bookcase in Niamh’s rented North London home occupy her daydreams between writing, and after work, she has a knack for finding cheap plane tickets.