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[Jabra] Jabra Elite Active 75t on 40% discount

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Jabra Elite Active 75t on 40% discount

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$155.99
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40% off
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Jabra
I called Jabra this afternoon and they have graciously offered me 40% discount on their Jabra Elite Active 75t model. This brought down the total from CAD $259.99 to $155.99 + ONT tax. I ended up paying $176.27.

You call call them @ 1-800-327-2230 and asked for the consumer electronics department.
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I bought the 65T refurbs for the smokin $50 deal a few weeks back, and they're great. The 75t would be awesome as they basically improve in every department, connection, sound depth, battery life, and USB-C charging. I don't know that the price difference would be worth upgrading for them, but certainly would be jumping on these if I was on the market for a new pair in that budget range. Absolutely love the Hear Through option.
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Sounds extremely YMMV...
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Nice deal, I got my 75Ts earlier this year on a similar discount, and they have been amazing. especially now that they've added ANC via an update.
The 85Ts were recently announced (?released), but if you can snag these at this price, then they are definitely worth it.
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ashank wrote: I called Jabra this afternoon and they have graciously offered me 40% discount on their Jabra Elite Active 75t model. This brought down the total from CAD $259.99 to $155.99 + ONT tax. I ended up paying $176.27.

You call call them @ 1-800-327-2230 and asked for the consumer electronics department.
Out of curiosity, is it your normal practice to call the company and strictly ask for a deal over the phone as a first time customer? How does that conversation go?
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Dec 26, 2017
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This worked for me on the 85t. Got them for ~$180 and free 2-day shipping.

This is VERY YMMV. This is how it worked for me:

This offer seems to be for IT managers that are considering procuring devices for an organization. Jabra's intent is not for this to be wide-ranging policy but targeted to promote their products with corporate clients. As such, since I am not a corporate client, I emailed them from my work account at their client relations team and indicated, in broad wording, that I would be using the device as a test run within my organization to determine suitably with our teleconferencing platforms. All this is true, though I left it sufficiently vague. They responded within 24 hours with a site-wide, one time use only 40% code.

That code was about 4-5 months old when I finally used it. Best of luck everyone!
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easy-e wrote: Sounds extremely YMMV...
It's actually not.

You can call or email and mention other comparable ear buds - they provide a 40% off link with no hassle. May take a few days for them to respond but I've done this multiple times for various friends.
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If you're not sure what to say when you call in, just say "Bose is offering some great deals on their headphones, but I really heard great things about the 75t. Do you guys have any active promotions?"
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Nuprapture wrote: If you're not sure what to say when you call in, just say "Bose is offering some great deals on their headphones, but I really heard great things about the 75t. Do you guys have any active promotions?"
It's really not difficult to request. Send an email or call and ask if they have any ongoing promotions for the earbuds you are looking to purchase and they will provide you with a link to cart with a 40% promotion. Sometimes they also include the promo code in the response (from email).

The link and code provided used to be unlimited use but they've changed their procedure and now they are one-time use. I've convinced 4 friends to purchase this year alone and every time was successful in obtaining 40% off purchase.

If anyone needs help drafting an email, hit me up.
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Vanilla88 wrote: It's actually not.

You can call or email and mention other comparable ear buds - they provide a 40% off link with no hassle. May take a few days for them to respond but I've done this multiple times for various friends.
I can confirm this works I did this 3 months back by comparing these to Airpods Pro. Ask for quote from sales see my invoice from June.
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rbogatek wrote: enought with the 3 month back... cut this thread off
Why are you so upset at this? Genuinely curious.
Be a nice person and enjoy life

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WCDave wrote: This worked for me on the 85t. Got them for ~$180 and free 2-day shipping.

This is VERY YMMV. This is how it worked for me:

This offer seems to be for IT managers that are considering procuring devices for an organization. Jabra's intent is not for this to be wide-ranging policy but targeted to promote their products with corporate clients. As such, since I am not a corporate client, I emailed them from my work account at their client relations team and indicated, in broad wording, that I would be using the device as a test run within my organization to determine suitably with our teleconferencing platforms. All this is true, though I left it sufficiently vague. They responded within 24 hours with a site-wide, one time use only 40% code.

That code was about 4-5 months old when I finally used it. Best of luck everyone!
How do you like the 85t? I was just looking at reviews to see if it's worth upgrading from my 65t.
One review on soundguys said the 85t had connections issues, maybe a firmware upgrade changed that or it was only his unit that had issues.
https://www.soundguys.com/jabra-elite-85t-review-41692/
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I ordered the regular 75t's for $146+tax a few weeks ago by emailing their support and they sent me an invoice. The 75t Actives were $155 as mentioned.

Purchased Thursday afternoon, shipped from Nevada, it arrived by Friday morning.
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Sypsy wrote: How do you like the 85t? I was just looking at reviews to see if it's worth upgrading from my 65t.
One review on soundguys said the 85t had connections issues, maybe a firmware upgrade changed that or it was only his unit that had issues.
https://www.soundguys.com/jabra-elite-85t-review-41692/
Also interested. Currently have the 75t and love them.
Only issue for me is I typically resell old headphones and I can't imagine earbuds are in high demand now (sanitization).

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