Valentine's Day Sales: Save on iPhone Cases, Bluetooth Speakers, and More

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In celebration of Valentine's Day today, February 14, numerous companies have launched sales for a variety of products, ranging from iPhone and MacBook accessories to Bluetooth speakers and more. Below we've rounded up a few of the sales going on today, most of which will be ending by midnight tonight or early tomorrow.

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Gazelle

Gazelle shoppers today can get $20 off any certified pre-owned devices priced at $200 or more on Gazelle's website, including Apple products like recent MacBooks, iPads, and iPhones. You'll see the discount applied automatically at checkout.

Incipio

Take 20 percent off sitewide at Incipio using the promotional code LOVE20 at checkout. The accessory company has launched separate Valentine's Day guides for Her and Him, but the promo code will work on any product across the website.

DirecTV Now

DirecTV Now's updated Apple TV 4K offer is still ongoing this Valentine's Day, and remains the best sale price for the 32GB device available online, regardless of whether or not you decide to keep paying for the streaming TV service once the prepaid period ends.

With the deal, if you sign up for three months of DirecTV Now at an upfront cost of around $105, you'll get the 32GB Apple TV 4K at no cost.

DirecTV Now starts at $35/month for the "Live a Little" package, which adds up to $105 for three months of service. So the limited time offer means that you can get the latest 32GB Apple TV 4K for just $105, which is $75 cheaper than its traditional price point of $180 at Apple and other retailers. The company is expected to raise the sale back up to four weeks prepaid at $140, which is still a nice deal on the Apple TV 4K, but if you're interested definitely check out DirecTV Now's website for more information.

Braven

Speaker and headphone company Braven has launched a BOGO sale in celebration of Valentine's Day, offering shoppers the chance to buy one product and get another 50 percent off when using promo code LOVEBRV.


The offer is available sitewide and can be combined across product lines, with the discount appearing at checkout. The only items excluded from the offer are any products already on sale.

Sonos

Another ongoing sale could be a good opportunity for couples this Valentine's Day, with Sonos offering customers the chance to purchase two Sonos One speakers for a price of $349.00. Each individual Sonos One is priced at $199.00, so this bundle saves you $49 from what would be a $398.00 price tag.

Sonos debuted the sale on the day that pre-orders for Apple's HomePod went up, January 26, and has kept it live since then in an effort to compete with Apple's first entry into the smart speaker market.

In terms of price, the Sonos One two-speaker bundle matches the cost of one of Apple's $349.00 HomePod speaker. For more on the Sonos sale, visit the company's website.

MacPaw

MacPaw is offering customers the chance to buy a CleanMyMac 3 double pack this Valentine's Day, taking 20 percent off the total cost of the bundled software. The company said this could be a good gift for couples, since the deal nets you one license that can then be used on two separate Macs. With the offer, you can get two copies of CleanMyMac 3 for $47.96, down from $59.95.


MacPaw sells a variety of other Mac applications like Gemini and Wallpaper Wizard, and the company describes CleanMyMac as a "simple and powerful application for keeping your Mac clean, maintained, and healthy."

Other Sales

There are plenty of other sales going on today, so we've listed some of them below with a brief description of the promotion or items discounted. If we see any other Valentine's Day sales appear, we'll add them to this list and update the post.

  • Twelve South - Inspire [mac candle N°2] for $24.99, down from $29.99
  • Casetify - Buy two get 20 percent off, or buy 3 get 25 percent off with promo code LOVEIT
  • Griffin - Save 40 percent off sitewide with promo code LUVGRIFFIN
  • Speck - 28 percent off sitewide
  • JBL - Save up to 75 percent off select Bluetooth speakers and headphones
  • T-Mobile - Get a free line of service when you add one line to a family plan
  • Best Buy - Sphero iPhone-connected interactive Spider-Man for $34.99, down from $149.99
  • Amazon - iPhone X leather case in Black and Midnight Blue for $39.99, down from $49.99

  • Walmart - Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones for $99.00, down from $199.99
  • B&H Photo - DJI Mavic Pro Fly More Combo for $949.00, down from $1,299.00

For more sales happening this week, be sure to head over to our full Deals Roundup.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

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32 months ago
Lol sorry I was being so salty about the commercialization of Valentines Day I forgot to thank you all for posting the deals for people that want to get something. Thanks MR!
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MacPaw

MacPaw ('http://macpaw.7eer.net/c/153062/66209/1733?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmacpaw.com%2Fstore%2Fcleanmymac') is offering customers the chance to buy a CleanMyMac 3 ('http://macpaw.7eer.net/c/153062/66209/1733?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmacpaw.com%2Fcleanmymac') double pack this Valentine's Day, taking 20 percent off the total cost of the bundled software. The company said this could be a good gift for couples, since the deal nets you one license that can then be used on two separate Macs. With the offer, you can get two copies of CleanMyMac 3 for $47.96, down from $59.95.




MacPaw sells a variety of other Mac applications ('http://macpaw.7eer.net/c/153062/66209/1733?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmacpaw.com%2Fstore') like Gemini and Wallpaper Wizard, and the company describes CleanMyMac as a "simple and powerful application for keeping your Mac clean, maintained, and healthy."

CleanMyMac advertisement on Macrumors, really..... what can I say....unbelievable.

You DON'T need any cleaning program on a Mac.
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