Deals: Anker's First Big Sale of 2020 is Discounting Wireless Chargers, Portable Batteries, and More

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Anker has kicked off one of its first sales of 2020, discounting wireless chargers, wall chargers, portable batteries, Bluetooth speakers, and more. Prices in the sale start as low as $8.49 for the company's PowerWave wireless charging mat.

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You can also save on Anker's PowerPort Strip 6 ($25.99), PowerPort Speed 2 Wall Charger ($17.98), and PowerCore+ 26,800 mAh portable battery ($72.99). Only two of these deals require coupon codes, which you can find below, otherwise the deals have been applied automatically.

Anker Accessory Sale

Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

Article Link: Deals: Anker's First Big Sale of 2020 is Discounting Wireless Chargers, Portable Batteries, and More
 

Craiger

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Anker is the J.C. Penney of the tech world. Every day is a sale. it's almost as if the list prices aren't real...

And I guess if Anker is the Penney's, then MacRumors is the weekly junk mail you get hyping this weeks "sale" at Penneys.
 

4jasontv

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Jul 31, 2011
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Anker is the J.C. Penney of the tech world. Every day is a sale. it's almost as if the list prices aren't real...

And I guess if Anker is the Penney's, then MacRumors is the weekly junk mail you get hyping this weeks "sale" at Penneys.
I had a similar feeling when they showed up at Walmart.

I just want an usb c charger that can charge both my MBP and ipad at full speed at the same time.

Also, gotta love the markup on qi chargers that hold the phone at an angle.
 

Jefe's MacAir

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It's a shame MR would try to increase its income stream by offering information pertinent to Apple Inc. product users rather than just charging a subscription fee to view its site. /S

You do realize nothing is free and without outside help, unless you believe the banner ads pay the bills, we wouldn't have MacRumors, at least not for free, or any other user forum. Same reason your free TV has ads, free YouTube has ads, etc.

Also, fresh content, while drab, is much more interesting than no content. But trolls will troll. 🤓