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Amazon's second major discount event of the year has kicked off, and in this article we're focusing on discounts and promotions on the best accessories for smartphones, tablets, smart homes, smartwatches, and more. You'll need an Amazon Prime membership to access the sale, and you can sign up for Prime on Amazon. There's a 30 day free trial, and the service costs $14.99/month thereafter, or $139/year.

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For a collection of discounts focused on Apple products, be sure to read our post on The Best Apple Deals during Prime Early Access.

Beats


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Beats has multiple headphones and earbuds on sale during the Prime Early Access event. This includes the Beats Studio Buds for $99.95 (33% off), Beats Fit Pro for $159.95 (20% off), and more.

Anker

Anker is taking up to 44 percent off select charging accessories this week, including solid deals on USB-C chargers, portable chargers, and more. Eufy also has a few deals of its own among its health and security products, including its Smart Scale P2 Pro for $49.99, down from $79.99.

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USB-C Chargers

Portable Chargers

Wall Chargers

Cables

Satechi

Satechi has a collection of notable discounts - up to 50 percent off - on its USB-C hubs, wireless chargers, and more desk accessories during the Prime Early Access Sale this year. You can find every accessory on sale below.

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Ecobee

Ecobee is discounting its thermostats during Prime Early Access, including the Ecobee Smart Thermostat with Voice Control for $173.13, down from $219.99. Additionally, there's the Ecobee Smart Sensor for Doors and Windows for $59.99, down from $79.99.
Casetify

You can get 20 percent off Casetify's Essential Case for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max during Prime Early Access. For previous generation devices, Casetify is offering 30 percent off its best-selling cases for iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and iPhone 13 on Amazon.

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Totallee

Totallee is offering 35 percent off for both days of the Prime Early Access Sale. This promotion includes savings across all of Totallee's accessories on Amazon, covering iPhone cases, screen protectors, and more.
Jabra

Jabra's range of Bluetooth headphones is seeing notable markdowns this week, with nearly a dozen products on sale.

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Das Keyboard

Das Keyboard is offering its new Mac-specific mechanical keyboard, the MacTigr, for $179.00, down from $219.00 with the on-page coupon. You can also get the 5QS smart mechanical keyboard for $169.00, down from $199.00 with the on-page coupon.
More Accessory Deals

We will continue to track Prime Early Access deals as the event continues, so be sure to keep an eye on our front page for more news. Remember that you can sign up for Amazon Prime for free for one month to take advantage of the deals.

Article Link: Amazon Prime Early Access: The Best Tech Accessories
 
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tweaknmod

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In no way to I begrudge Mac Rumours for posting these kinds of promotions — they need to keep the lights on, and the content we love flowing.

That said, #$%^ amazon.

To each their own, of course, but please consider taking a trip to your local tech shop for your gadget needs, or go directly to the manufacturer's website. It's not always possible, I know, but I guarantee you they would appreciate your business more than amazon would.

Do not doubt the power you have as an individual to help/support businesses you like.
 

compwiz1202

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In no way to I begrudge Mac Rumours for posting these kinds of promotions — they need to keep the lights on, and the content we love flowing.

That said, #$%^ amazon.

To each their own, of course, but please consider taking a trip to your local tech shop for your gadget needs, or go directly to the manufacturer's website. It's not always possible, I know, but I guarantee you they would appreciate your business more than amazon would.

Do not doubt the power you have as an individual to help/support businesses you like.
I'd don't even know of any local in our area, and there's no way a manufacturer's site will come close to beating Amazon shipping. But I also never got any major tech from them. Just cables and chargers and stuff. I could only see bigger stuff if I couldn't get pickup somewhere, and our area was shady for package theft, so I could use the Amazon Locker.
 
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tweaknmod

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I'd don't even know of any local in our area, and there's no way a manufacturer's site will come close to beating Amazon shipping. But I also never got any major tech from them. Just cables and chargers and stuff. I could only see bigger stuff if I couldn't get pickup somewhere, and our area was shady for package theft, so I could use the Amazon Locker.
Fair enough — like I said, I know it's not always possible. I just hope people consider the other options available, if there are any, as you seem to have! 👍
 
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I've been waiting for a sale on the Ecobee. Has anyone used these? Probably not the best place to ask but with such a big audience here, worth a shot. Thanks in advance anyone.
 

CarAnalogy

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In no way to I begrudge Mac Rumours for posting these kinds of promotions — they need to keep the lights on, and the content we love flowing.

That said, #$%^ amazon.

To each their own, of course, but please consider taking a trip to your local tech shop for your gadget needs, or go directly to the manufacturer's website. It's not always possible, I know, but I guarantee you they would appreciate your business more than amazon would.

Do not doubt the power you have as an individual to help/support businesses you like.

The sad fact is, 90%+ of those businesses are just buying from Amazon. It's almost too late for "buy local" which really sucks. Walmart already killed most of the specialized shops in the 90s. Then Amazon damn near did to Walmart what Walmart did to everyone else.

So now where can anyone get anything? Amazon went Business to Business sales and so now everyone is basically just trading Amazon credits back and forth, feeding the beast that's eating us all.
 

ackmondual

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In no way to I begrudge Mac Rumours for posting these kinds of promotions — they need to keep the lights on, and the content we love flowing.

That said, #$%^ amazon.

To each their own, of course, but please consider taking a trip to your local tech shop for your gadget needs, or go directly to the manufacturer's website. It's not always possible, I know, but I guarantee you they would appreciate your business more than amazon would.

Do not doubt the power you have as an individual to help/support businesses you like.
Way ahead of you there. I recently quit Amazon Prime. The 2 main things I was using it for were 1) Prime shipping and 2) Prime Video.

For #1, while there were some essentials I needed, overall, I was using it more so "because I had it". Shipping is still quicker than buying directly from the sellers' websites, which I'll miss, but I've learned to be more patient. As for prices, direct purchasing is typically close enough, even after adding in S&H. Even if it's extra, I buy so little online these days that the money I save from not paying for Prime membership covers that extra cost.

For #2, I'm currently subbed to other streaming services. I rotate them because I don't have the time to have too many going at once anyways. There are some things I'd like to catch up here in which case, I'll sub to just Prime Video for $9 a month. The extra $6 for Prime and its other benefits just isn't worth it to me.
 
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darkpaw

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I was using it more so "because I had it".
I quit Amazon in 2018 when they started two new monthly Prime subscriptions in one day without being asked to.

Since then I've noticed I don't buy anything unless I need it. I used to buy stuff all the time, but you get over it. I don't miss free shipping - it's not free if you have to pay £100 a year. And the Prime Video service was a joke - half the stuff wasn't actually available unless you paid extra, and the other half was straight-to-TV trash.
 
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1rottenapple

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I just have been waiting for about a month for this prime deal event. Just bought this morning the anker 737 140 watt power bank originally $149 down to $99. capable of charging my 14in MacBook Pro, drone, steamdeck at the fastest rate possible. My 4 yr old anker power bank was limited to 32watt.
 
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I've been waiting for a sale on the Ecobee. Has anyone used these? Probably not the best place to ask but with such a big audience here, worth a shot. Thanks in advance anyone.
I’ve had nest and it’s a similar concept. It’s worth it. like ecobee, nest can target a room for a specific temperatur. Once it hits the temp it stops cooling. Upstairs is always hotter but the thermostat was downstairs leading the ac to working or heat the downstairs area unnecessarily. The remote sensors solve that. I would gladly buy either nest or ecobee with remote sensor capability. It’s a game changer for home heating and cooling.
 
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