- $10 for your choice of NFL team-branded earbuds ($29.99 value)
- Shipping included
- Arrives 2 weeks after redemption; Redeem by 12/11 to receive before Christmas
- Limit five vouchers per person
- 49ers and Chargers are currently backordered and will not be available until January
- Easy online redemption instructions will be emailed to you on your voucher sent within minutes of your purchase
- Promotion Expires February 1, 2013
Well, DealChicken can’t guarantee a championship, but this deal will have football lovers doing a happy dance. Grab these sleek earbuds while you can, with a limited quantity of NFL logo'd earphones for just $10. iHip’s mini ear buds provide quality audio and excellent noise isolation in a small and lightweight design, and fit snugly in the ear for a comfortable, stable fit. Choose from most NFL teams (San Fransisco 49ers and Chargers are not available), and show your spirit in style!
iHip makes top-notch earbuds that fit all iPhones, iPads, iPods, MP3 players and almost anything with an audio jack from this millennium.
$10 for NFL team earbuds including shipping
- Valid for NFL team earbuds only. San Fransisco 49ers and Chargers are not available. May purchase multiples for self and as gifts. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Online redemption only. Shipping is included.
Once you purchase this great deal, you will receive an email within minutes containing your voucher. The voucher will have detailed instructions with a direct link to the website where you will redeem this deal.
Arrives 2 weeks after redemption; Redeem by 12/11 to receive before Christmas
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Headphones were invented by Nathaniel Baldwin in 1910. He sold them to the U.S. Navy and never patented the device. Later in his career, he started a radio factory and powered the facility by bicycle wheels and piano wire converted into a hydroelectric generator. His company eventually reached sales of more than $2 million.