Deals Reminder: MacRumors Exclusive Anker Sale Ends Tomorrow, Save on Lightning Cables and More

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Earlier in May, MacRumors and Anker launched an exclusive new sale for our readers with discount codes available for a handful of useful Anker accessories. Now that June is fast approaching, the sale is set to end tomorrow, May 31. If you've been holding off on taking advantage of any of the exclusive codes, consider this a friendly reminder to get your orders in today.

All of Anker's products on offer are sold on Amazon, so if you're interested simply add an accessory to your cart, proceed to the checkout screen, enter the relevant promo code into the Gift cards & promotional codes field, and then click "Apply." As usual, Amazon Prime customers can get free two-day shipping on all orders.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Products in the sale range from iPhone cases to Lightning cables and wall chargers, so take another look at everything discounted in the list below:

In other reminders, anyone still on the fence about the DirecTV Now/Apple TV 4K promotion should definitely consider their options before the end of the day, as we outlined in an article last week. The promotion for 3 months of DirecTV Now at $105 and a 32GB Apple TV 4K at no extra cost could expire for good tomorrow, but there's still a chance that AT&T will keep the popular sale around for a while longer. Even if it does go away, it's also likely that AT&T will re-up the deal again this fall with new terms, as it has for the past two years.


Later this week, T-Mobile is kicking off the summer with a new buy one, get one sale on smartphones from Apple, Samsung, LG, and more. For Apple, the deal starts June 1 and will let customers buy one iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, or X, and get a second device of equal or lesser value for up to $700 off. Under the offer, users can't mix and match brands, and both devices must be bought on T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan. The rebate will be received in the mail through a prepaid MasterCard Card in six to eight weeks.


Below we've rounded up a few other notable deals happening this week, including one of the lowest prices ever for the Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones at Walmart.

  • Walmart - Get the Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones for $214.97 in White, Red, and Blue, down from $349.99

  • eBay - Save $15 using code P15HOME when shopping in select categories (Home & Garden, Sporting Goods, Baby, Pet Supplies, and Crafts) in the eBay app on iOS or Android

  • Electronics Valley via eBay - Purchase the 2018 iPad (128GB, Wi-Fi) for $399.99, down from $429.99

  • Verizon - Get a $50 Mastercard as a rebate when spending $200 or more on accessories like AirPods, Nest products, Beats, and more (exp. 6/2)

Head over to our full Deals Roundup to catch up with every sale and offer going on as May comes to a close, including another MacRumors exclusive sale, this one with RavPower.

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32 months ago
Directv Now has actually gotten much worse after the new UI update so I wouldn't be surprised if they come out with an even better deal lol.
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32 months ago

Does the T-Mobile deal require a new line? I think it's buried deep in the fine print but it's disappointing they wouldn't make it clearer from the get-go.

Yes, sadly. Requires new ported line AND device trade-in.

I was also looking for this stipulation and found my answer here ('https://www.tmonews.com/2018/05/t-mobile-bogo-deals-apple-lg-samsung-phones-june-1/'). Please make this clear, MacRumors.
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