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Give the gift of a lifetime of language learning and a pair of AI wireless earbuds for less than $50 

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This award-winning language learning app and earbud bundle is less than $50 today.
Grab award-winning language courses plus AI-powered wireless earbuds.
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How’s this for a seriously awesome gift this holiday season? You can snag a lifetime subscription to a top-rated language-learning service, plus AI-powered noise-canceling wireless earbuds to use with it. They’re on sale together in the Lifetime Language Learning Bundle featuring uTalk and xFyro for just $49.99. That’s an 85% discount off their regular price of $334.

Get AirPods Pro-style noise cancellation for just $32 with these bargain earbuds

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For Black Friday, these $32 earbuds are normally $250.
Skip AirPods for these black friday wireless earbuds for $32.
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You don’t have to shell out for AirPods Pro if you’re looking for a nice pair of noise-canceling earbuds. xFyro Active Noise Canceling AI-Powered Wireless Earbuds deliver the clarity and comfort of Apple’s earbuds. But they only cost $31.99 (regularly $250) when you use the coupon code BFSAVE20 during our extended Black Friday Sale.

For $50, you can learn 2 languages and get some awesome earbuds

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Learn a language and listen to some tunes.
With this bundle, you can immerse yourself in a new language (or two) for maximum learning.
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If you want to learn a language and listen to quality instruction with equally high-quality audio, then the Lifetime Language Learning Bundle is the place to start. On sale for $50, this bundle gives you the chance to learn two new languages using uTalk, and it comes with some great wireless earbuds from xFyro.

These AI-powered earbuds deliver optimized sound for 100 hours

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wireless earbuds
Noise cancellation when you need it. Premium audio at all times.
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We get it: You probably use your earbuds for everything from zoning in on a deadline to powering through the last few minutes of your morning run.

Unfortunately, immersive sound (where you can barely hear your surroundings) might seem good in theory. But just wait until your co-worker tries to flag you down in the office or you narrowly avoid a car during your morning walk.