Summer is a perfect time to get new Jabra headphones. The wireless in-ear kind that connects to your phone in seconds, allows you to take calls with ease, and best of all, drowns out all of those summer noises you would prefer to not hear. They are great for almost any summer activity you choose to do. If you have true wireless earbuds, then you know how great they are. Everyone would love one of the twenty Jabra headphone prizes available in this contest: 16 sets of Jabra Elite 75t and 4 sets of Jabra Elite Active 75t.
Jabra lets you listen to great sound no matter what you are doing or where you are
I used to commute. Pre-Covid my job a 90-minute train/bus trip each way. If you still do that, then you know that true wireless earbuds are perfect to block out the whining screen of train wheels on rails and other unwelcome audio torture tests. I work from home now but the only time I am stationary is while working on my computer or sleeping. The rest of the time I’m cutting down trees and digging holes to build another deer fence, or weeding, or mowing … and the list goes on and on. Many people are like me: constantly doing stuff outside either for exercise, to improve their homes etc. These are times perfectly made for in-ear true wireless earbuds.
Let in only the sounds that make you feel good
At Best Buy we are celebrating the sounds of summer. However, no matter where you go, there are some sounds that you’d prefer not to endure. Maybe it’s the lawn mower. I hate it. Maybe you’re afraid of bees and the slightest buzz makes you recoil and tremble. Look if you’re going to get stung that’s one thing (I get stung multiple times every year and have already stepped into a yellow jacket nest this year.) but the outdoors is truly great and can still be an enjoyable place for you.
Pop in some Jabra truly wireless earbuds and you can turn on sounds you like, and turn off, or at least severely dull, those sounds you don’t like. Jabra earbuds are comfortable to wear, extremely easy to use, and reliable with over 7 hours of battery life built in. Wear them all day without worry.
How to enter
Entering this contest is easy but you can only enter once. In a comment below, tell us what you will listen to if you win and what annoying summer sounds you’d like to block out.
What you can win
At the end of this contest we’ll select twenty (20) winners from all eligible entries. Sixteen winners will get Jabra Elite 75t In-Ear Passive Noise Cancelling Truly Wireless Headphones and 4 winners will get Jabra Elite Active 75t In-Ear Truly Wireless Headphones.
This contest runs from July 29th until August 14th.
Remember you can only enter once. However, there are 20 prizes! Tell you friends to enter so they too can enjoy the sounds they love this summer.
Win Jabra true wireless headphones Contest Rules and Regulations
This contest is now closed. We will draw the winners soon in accordance with the rules. Return to the blog often to read great articles, learn about the latest technology, and to enter more contests. You never know when we’ll be doing another amazing giveaway!
Listen to eazy rock radio station & blocking traffic noise while walking around town.
top 40. tune out traffic!
Like a variety of soft and hard rock music. I want to block off my noisy neighbours, gets very loud when they have company & late party at night.
BABYMETAL! LoL. The neighbors music and construction.
I would listen to some jazz and I would cut out the sound of the lawnmower
i would listen to luke bryan to cut out the sounds of the new construction that is going on in my neighbourhood
I listen to the radio. I would block out the sounds of traffic.
If I win I would love to listen to music -all different kind of music, podcasts, audiobooks, and most of all, on-line meeting, and family’s and friends’ phone calls and voice messages – connecting with others through these in-ear true wireless earbuds would be the most favorite thing to me. They would make me happy and give me strength. People says Canada has two seasons – construction and non construction season. lol. During this summer I would block out the construction and horn honking outside.
I would listen to my Japanese language courses instead of my brother and his playstation
I love putting on the tunes, grabbing a cold one and heading out on the tractor to mow the grass. Tractor therapy.
I would be gardening in the back yard listening to the Toronto Blue Jays games and blocking out the sounds of lawnmowers.
Would be listening to The Smiths and blocking out my annoying neighbors.
I would listen to classic rock & block out the sounds of lawnmowers
I will blast some Pantera while mowing the lawn.
I would listen to youtube videos and block out the sounds of kids playing Xbox
I would enjoy listening to classic rock & roll & eliminate traffic noise + the train thats across the street…
I would listen to music and block out the sound of loud family members.
Listen to anything but the construction noise outside the office!
I would listen to my favourite music and I’d like to block out the sound of lawn mowers while I do.
I will listen to podcasts while exercising.
Anything calm to get the sounds of kids screaming out of my head haha
I would love to listen to the music of my childhood- 90s alternative. Id love to be able to tune out some of my coworkers!
I would listen to Golden Oldies and block out the traffic noise
I would listen to the British Invasions of the 60’s and the 90’s to drown out the loud after market motorcycle exhaust additions that go up my street!
I would listen to 90’s rock while cutting the grass blocking the mower’s engine noises.
I would sit on the couch and listen to my Netflix while my Mom watches a repeat of the Golden Girls for the umpteenth time…
I would listen to some sweet summer reggae and block out the sound of the hot tub jets!
I would listen to podcasts and block out the construction noise from across the street
I would love to win so I could listen to pod casts instead of my nabours crappy music. Thank you.
I would listen to podcasts and block out the tv
I would listen to classic rock n roll while blocking out all the noise from cars
I would listen to music all the time. I would try to block out the sounds of babies crying.
I would listen to lots of Kenny Chesney to block out the construction sounds.
If I win, I’ll listen to some amazing 90s jams. I’ll block out the sounds of summer road construction!
I would listen to classical music for studying and focusing on assignments, while blocking out all the keyboard typing noises, and traffic noises nearby.
I would listen to podcasts and block out household noises.
I would listen to my collection of Classic Rock, while blocking out the noises of construction
I would listen to youtube videos and block out the sounds of neighbors.
I would listen to the radio and any playlists I have especially when working out. I would block out the annoying sound of lawnmowers and construction.
I would listen to radio shows. I would block out the sounds of traffic.
listen to podcasts, mostly sports and tech news. block out ttc commuting noise.
I would listen to some jazz or some Michael Buble and I would cut out the sound of the lawnmower
I will listen to my groovy summer playlist and not my neighbours’ kids fighting
I would listen to my playlist a mix of classic rock and a few country songs I like. I would love to be able to block out the neighbors screaming kids, their choice of music and lawnmowers, chainsaws, hammering. Praying for a return to a more normal life.
I would listen to classic rock n roll while blocking out screaming neighbour kids. (;
I would listen to Netflix while cleaning and doing the dishes, and I would block out the sound of the vacuum/water/etc.
It would be great to listen to phone calls, music, podcasts, radio and sports – great all round ear buds. Just noticed you can tweak with an APP – the various ear tips would also ensure a proper fit. These would be so sweet! Thanks BB!
And I would block out all the annoying sounds of day to day life – traffic and constructions sounds around me!
Liaten to podcasts like Dateline, and block out the sounds of lawnmowers on my walk!
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