Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Rose Gold Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones For $217.89 Or $17.89 With AMEX Business Platinum!

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Update: The Rose Gold headphones are now sold out. You can still order the QC35s in Black or Silver. Those will be $314.10 after the 10% coupon, $282.69 after 10% AMEX Offer, and $82.69 after the $200 Business Platinum credit.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Rose Gold Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones For $220

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This is on sale for $269. Other colors are still $349.

The code drops the price to $242.10

Plus, all of my AMEX business cards are targeted with an AMEX Offer for 10% back at Dell through 8/31/20. It’s good for an unlimited number of uses until you get a total of $1,500 in total statement credits!

That 10% back drops the price to $217.89.

The AMEX Business Platinum card normally offers $100 Dell credit to spend every January-June and $100 Dell credit to spend every July-December. You need to register here for the Dell benefit.

Due to the difficulty of using airline fee credits this year, they are doubling the Dell credit to $200 to spend in May-June and $200 Dell credit to spend in July-December. There is no need to register for the extra $200 credit.

That $200 back drops the price to $17.89.

You can also see if you’re targeted for AMEX Offers that will award 4 bonus points per dollar and/or 1 bonus point per dollar spent at Dell.

Dell allows you to split a charge among 3 credit cards at checkout. If you have multiple Business Platinum cards that means you can get a $200 credit+10% back on each one by splitting the charge among multiple cards.

If you and a colleague both have Business Platinum cards, consider using each other’s cards in the 1st first and 2nd half of the year. For example if you want to buy a $440 item, one of you can get $400+10% back for a purchase now and the other one can get $400+10% back for a purchase in the 2nd half of the year, that way you’ll both get the item for free!

Bose makes the gold standard of Noise-cancelling headphones. I use the QuietComfort 35s every day and find them to be much more comfortable than its predecessors. Being able to move around with out any cords attached at work or on a plane is a true pleasure. They are excellent for making phone calls, listening to music, or drowning out background noise. They also fold into a more compact case than previous versions.

The noise cancellation drowns out the drone of an airplane engine so well that when you take them off in middle of a flight you’ll be in shock that you were ever able to fly without them. They make for a peaceful flight and I sleep like a baby on the plane with them over my ears.

This is the Series II version of these headphones, which includes Google Assistant and Alexa.

I prefer these over the Bose 700 headphones.

  • Limited-edition Rose Gold QC 35 headphones II
  • Three levels of world-class noise cancellation for better listening experience in any environment
  • Alexa-enabled for voice access to music, information, and more
  • Noise-rejecting dual-microphone system for clear sound and voice pick-up
  • Hassle-free Bluetooth pairing, personalized settings, access to future updates, and more through the Bose connect app
  • Enabled with Bose AR – an innovative, audio-only version of augmented reality – Through a firmware update via the Bose connect app.
  • For iPhone, iPad, and Android users, be sure your product’s firmware is up to date through the Bose connect app. Then you can access a showcase of Bose ar-enhanced apps with Links to download them.

What will you buy with your Dell credit?

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could I get the Bose 700 from the deal of Dell and the Amex

Danny Cohen

I think this is dead already


For anyone buying a good pair of noise cancelling headphones right now:

Wait a month until the Apple AirPod Studios get released. Not only will they be cheaper than the Bose 700 but will also blow those out of the water.

Bose is in real trouble.


Product page does not load. Dead??!


Haven’t some people had the amount that was covered by the Dell credit that they got from the 10% Amex offer clawed back?

Sad noise

My amex biz platinum wasn’t eligible because it’s a free version, I guess only the ones you pay per year are valid for this


How do I know if I can get the 10 percent annex offer


It will say so by the checkout


On the topic of Amex, any info on the supposed new amex policy limiting the amount of cards open with them to four?


Is there a model like this but without Google Assistant and Alexa that’s cheaper?