Memorial Day Deals: Save on Apple Devices and Accessories from Twelve South, Mophie, Best Buy, and More

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    This Monday, May 27 is Memorial Day, a federal holiday in the United States that honors individuals who have died while serving in the Armed Forces. Marking the unofficial beginning of the summer, the holiday also comes with numerous shopping discounts and sales from many companies that sell Apple products and related accessories.

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    Twelve South

    At Twelve South you can save 25 percent site-wide on any purchase of $50 or more. Twelve South sells a large variety of products designed specifically for Apple devices, including popular MacBook cases like the BookBook, the HiRise Duet stand for iPhone and Apple Watch charging, and more.

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    This sale will last through Monday, May 27, so be sure to visit Twelve South this weekend to place your order.

    Pad & Quill

    Pad & Quill is offering up to 25 percent off all iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch accessories this weekend. The sale includes markdowns on iPad leather sleeves, iPhone cases, Apple Watch stands, travel organizers, Apple Pencil accessories, and more.

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    To see the discount, head to Pad & Quill's website, shop through the retailer's accessories, and enter the coupon code MemorialDay at checkout.

    Best Buy

    Best Buy has one of the bigger sales going on this weekend, discounting everything from refrigerators to the HomePod. Other Apple device savings include the MacBook Pro (up to $400 off), MacBook Air (up to $250 off), Apple Watch Series 4 ($50 off), various iPad models, and more.

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    Check out some of the sales below and then head to Best Buy to see the full collection before the event ends on Monday, May 27 at 11:59 p.m. CT. Best Buy is also offering free shipping for My Best Buy members.
    [*]HomePod - $249.99, down from $299.99
    [*]Apple Watch Series 4 - Starting at $349.00 for 38mm aluminum
    [*]Non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pro - Starting at $999.99 for 128GB
    [*]iPhone XR - Save up to $150 with qualified activation
    [*]Nanoleaf - Save 10 percent on select products
    [*]Philips Hue - Save up to 15 percent on select products
    [*]UE Blast Bluetooth Speaker - $79.99, down from $179.99
    Mophie

    Popular battery accessory company Mophie has a new Memorial Day sale that provides up to 50 percent off Juice Pack iPhone cases, wireless charging mats, Powerstation battery packs, and more.

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    You'll be limited to ordering three items during the sale, which will last through Tuesday, May 28. Head to Mophie's website to browse the full sale.

    Miscellaneous
    [*]Apple Pay - Get $1 tacos from the Taco Bell app through May 29
    [*]JBL - Up to 60 percent off speakers, headphones, and more
    [*]Newegg - Save on TVs, PCs, laptops, Nest devices, and more
    [*]Scosche - Save on Scosche's iPhone car mounts, Bluetooth speakers, and more
    [*]Speck - 30 percent off sitewide
    [*]StackSocial - Up to 60 percent off Mac software like PDF Expert and Adobe apps
    [*]Zagg - Up to 50 percent off sitewide Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and discounts as we head into the summer season.

    Article Link: Memorial Day Deals: Save on Apple Devices and Accessories from Twelve South, Mophie, Best Buy, and More
     
  2. Suttree macrumors regular

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    Well then. Gonna have to pick up another pair of HomePods.
     
  3. Mansu944 macrumors 6502

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    Finally going to get that 3rd HomePod I’ve wanted for the kitchen. Woohoo!!!
     
  4. iAssimilated macrumors member

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    Just bought a second one for my living room! Super excited, I was excepting to have to wait until Christmas to get another one at this price :cool:
     
  5. Solomani macrumors 68040

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    Now is actually a good time to buy Apple hardware…… before the huge retaliatory-tariff price increases begin….
     
  6. BasicGreatGuy Contributor

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    Thanks for the article, MR.

    I purchased a StackSocial Lifetime Hushed number for $25.00 (1,000 mins and 6,000 text per year).

    By the way, for those who don't have Adguard Premium, you can get a lifetime license for $30 right now on StackSocial.
     
  7. Plutonius macrumors 604

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    The best deal is when people don't buy items they really don't need.
     
  8. nnoble macrumors 6502

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    Memorial Day, a day to honour those who’ve given their lives .......[whooopeee, let’s go spend loads and overdose on homepods!!]......is nothing sacred in the USA?
     
  9. raluke macrumors newbie

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    I'm thankful for all the GIs throughout our nation's history who died to give us an excuse to buy more overpriced shiny stuff.
     
  10. BasicGreatGuy Contributor

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    Memorial Day is Monday. And for some of us, it doesn’t take a holiday to honor the fallen.

    Life doesn’t stop because of past events. Just because someone buys something on sale right now, that doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t care about the fallen.

    No need to be angry and make a post like that.
     
  11. nnoble macrumors 6502

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    Not angry, as if you could possibly know, a little sad perhaps. ‘Memorial Day Deals’. What next - ‘D-Day’ Discounts?
     
  12. BasicGreatGuy Contributor

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    You are sad because other people aren't acting in the manner you expect them to? Seems to me the problem isn't with other people.

    Live your life in the manner that respects your beliefs and convictions and allow others to do the same. That is what freedom is all about in this Republic.

    Honoring the fallen doesn't have to fit inside the narrow box you have constructed and apparently, expect others to follow suit.

    Buying something on sale doesn't mean someone doesn't value and honor the sacrifices made. Stop judging strangers you know nothing about.
     
  13. UltimaKilo macrumors 6502

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    First, this is a great deal for HomePod.

    Secondly, a person could choose to get $5 of the $50 they save and donate it to the Gold Star Family Foundation or something like that. Would have been nice if they would add a button upon checkout for that option.
     
  14. magicschoolbus macrumors 65816

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    HomePod still to expensive. 200 and I’d buy it.
     
  15. CleverClock macrumors newbie

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    Buy buy buy, buy more more more, more stuff!! Cheap! Buy!! buy more more more. And then die.
     
  16. M5RahuL macrumors 68030

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    lol, that’s the American way! Living pay check to pay check, maxing out CC’s, and making minimum payments, but the profligacy must go on ;)
     
  17. coolfactor macrumors 601

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    That was exactly my thought, too. Commercializing every darn "holiday" just to make a buck! There needs to be a law against this, I suppose.
     
  18. jaredlipsitz macrumors member

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    A law against retailers advertising?!
     
  19. Westside guy macrumors 603

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    We mourn and remember those who paid the ultimate price so that we can save extra on electronics, apparently.

    Oh, and clothes too!
     
  20. Naraxus macrumors 6502a

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    Because selling **** and bbq's is what Memorial Day is for.....
     
  21. The_Joker13 macrumors member

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    Not sure if serious....
     
  22. coolfactor macrumors 601

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    A law against retailers using the theme of a holiday that has nothing to do with selling in their advertising. Seems legit. They are basically exploiting an opportunity without consideration for what the day represents.

    Yes, serious. Memorial Day + selling products... seems like a strange and disrespectful combination to me.
     
  23. Naraxus macrumors 6502a

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    It's more than disrespectful. It's abhorrent. I think all Federal Holidays should be done away with because of **** like this. Nobody gives a damn about the meaning behind the holiday only about bbq-ing, shopping and a day off from work or school
     
  24. Gutwrench Contributor

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    Pad and Quill has great leatherwork and amazing customer service. I highly recommend them.

    12 South products very good too.
     
  25. jaredlipsitz macrumors member

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    So no Christmas adverts either? Which are acceptable to you?
     

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