Are you looking for a last-minute gift for Mother’s Day? Apple’s third-gen AirPods are on sale at Amazon and Best Buy for $149.99, which is almost the best price to date. These earbuds are ideal for iPhone users, with automatic device switching, head-tracking spatial audio, deeper Find My integration, and IPX4 water resistance. They sound better than the second-gen model, with a subtle design that still makes them recognizable.

PlayStation Plus Collection

If you own a PS5, you must take advantage of the games still being offered through the PlayStation Plus Collection. Sony plans to eliminate this premium perk on May 9th, so time is running out. A membership to PlayStation Plus Essential allows PlayStation 4 and PS5 owners to play games online, download free monthly titles, use cloud save backups, and take advantage of discounts on the PS Store. You can get 12 months of the PS Plus Essential tier for $48.49 at Eneba when you use offer code USPlus before 7AM ET on May 8th. You can claim the games on a PS5 console, but you can play them on a PS4 after doing so.

Google Pixel Buds Pro

Google’s premium set of earbuds are perfect for Pixel phone owners. The Pixel Buds Pro are on sale at Woot for Verge readers for $149.99, which is $50 off, with offer code PIXBUDSVERGE. These earbuds have solid sound, multipoint Bluetooth support, and up to seven hours of battery life with active noise cancellation turned on. They also have easy access to controls via your phone’s native settings pane and head-tracking spatial audio. Although the transparency mode could use some work, they remain the best pair of earbuds you can buy if you’re a Pixel owner.

iPad Mini

The iPad Mini is perfect for reading, with a portable size and a shrunken-down iPad Air design. The latest model is currently matching its all-time low of $399.99 at Amazon and Target in the 64GB, Wi-Fi configuration. The 8.9-inch display and overall design make it comfortable to hold for long periods of time. It’s great for reading articles, comics, manga, books, and more. You can also get the 256GB model at Amazon for $539.99, which is $110 off, at checkout. Pairing it with a second-gen Apple Pencil, which is on sale for just $89 at Amazon, makes for a nice note-taking experience. The new iPad Mini features a larger edge-to-edge display, a faster processor, support for USB-C, and a top-mounted power button that moonlights as a Touch ID sensor.

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