Deals April 4
Whenever you browse the web, someone is always watching –just ask Edward Snowden. Private Internet Access VPN stops this by masking your online identity, and 9to5Toys Specials has 2-year subscriptions for $60.
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We love these new Solar battery packs that have been coming out over the past months but this might be the best one yet. Amazon’s Poweradd Direct offers the Apollo2 10,000mAh Solar battery with dual 2.1A USB Charging ports and light and well as handle clip on handle for $11.99 shipped. That’s an incredible deal for a battery alone but the solar panel adds a small charge while it sits out in the sun. The light and the hook are beneficial as is the piece of mind that comes with a 2 year warranty.
eCase via Amazon offers the KMASHI 15000mAh Power Bank for $16.99, but when you use the code 5MMDPK5C the price drops to $12.50 Prime shipped. That’s $4.49 off the regular sale price and the lowest we can currently find. It has 4 status LEDs that keep you notified of the remaining charge and “Super-fast charge output” through the dual USB ports. Rated 4.2/5 stars from over 5,700 Amazon shoppers.
More Accessory Deals:
myCharge Transit Plus 3000mAh Power Bank $10 (Orig. $50) | Best Buy via eBay
- Aduro 2-Outlet USB Surge Protector from $10 (Orig. $40) | Groupon
- Poweradd Apollo2 Solar Panel Charger 10000mAh Portable Charger Power Bank $16 (Orig. $70) | Amazon
- 6.6 Feet Long F-color Braided Lightning Cable $11 w/ code ONNMXNQJ (Reg. $14) | Amazon
- ShatterGuardz Tempered Glass Screen Protectors from $7 (Orig. 20) | Groupon
- iClever SmartID Technology 24W 4.8A Dual USB Car Charger $10 (Orig. $50) | Amazon
- Marsboy Bluetooth Swift Sports Sweatproof Stereo Earphones $10 (Orig. $38) | Amazon
- Aukey 20000mAh Power Bank with Lightning and Micro USB inputs: $23.99 (Reg. $30) | Amazon
- w/ coupon code 7XZIHKL9
Deals April 2
AT&T is extending a 20% discount to orders that include 3 accessories (cases, chargers, screen protectors, more). Even if you aren’t in the market to buy a bunch of accessories, you can leverage this offer to score rare savings on some of Apple’s latest gear.
For example, the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard drops to $143.20 shipped when you include two $5 screen protectors in your order. That’s more than $25 off the retail price of just the keyboard. Using the same strategy will get you Apple Pencil for $87.20 shipped (Reg. $99) and big savings on other expensive gadgets like Fitbit activity trackers. Note: You do not need to be an AT&T subscriber to purchase accessories from the mobile carrier’s online store. Savings will be automatically applied to qualifying orders during checkout. To browse the entire sale, click here.
While you’re at AT&T, you might as well pick up an OtterBox Defender Series NFL Team iPhone 6 Case while they’re on sale for just $10.
Deals April 1
Now through the end of June, Walmart is knocking $100 off Apple’s just-released 4-inch iPhone SE. The discount comes in the form of a bill credit for AT&T, Verizon and Sprint subscribers. However, anyone on T-Mobile won’t be able to take advantage of this promotion. iPhone SE typically sells for $399 off-contract, so the bill credit is effectively a 25% discount. Don’t be fooled by its small form factor. iPhone SE can keep up with iPhone 6s in many ways, including camera quality and overall speed. More first impressions can be found below.
Walmart is extending the same offer to iPhone 6/plus, 6s/Plus and upping the discount to $150 on Galaxy S6/7. All deals are only available in-store.
Believe it or not, Walmart isn’t the first retailer to discount Apple’s latest smartphone. T-Mobile is currently running a buy one, get one half off promo and Best Buy is handing out free $50 gift cards.
Update: VerizonWireless (use those points!) now offers the UE Boom2 in a variety of colors for $149.99 shipped.
Amazon offers the UE BOOM 2 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker in all colors for $149.99 shipped. Also available at Crutchfield. That’s good for a 25% savings off the list/regular going rate and the best price we can find by $50 from trusted retailers.
The BOOM 2 is the latest Bluetooth speaker from UE. It features 360-degree sound, a portable waterproof design with IPX7-certification and 100-foot wireless range. The built-in battery is rated for 15 hours of playback at a time. You can tap the speaker to play, pause or skip songs and use the companion app for additional control. Two speakers can also be paired together to create a stereo setup. We positively reviewed the BOOM 2 when it was released. Amazon customers largely agree, with over 261 reviewers leaving a collective 4.5/5 star rating.
Prefer a smaller setup? UE’s ROLL 360 is available in all colors for $69.99 Prime shipped.
Deals March 31
Google Play is back at it again with a couple of free MP3 albums this morning. First up, you can snatch a download of Black Sabbath’s Paranoid for free. This album regularly goes for $9 as a digital download at Amazon. Released in 1970, Paranoid has gone Platinum four times over and peaked at the top of the Billboard 200.