Deals: Last Call for Exclusive Anker Discounts, 2017 MacBook Flash Sale, and More

We're entering the final days of our latest exclusive sale with accessory maker Anker, in which you can get up to 42 percent off portable chargers, speakers, iPhone cases, wireless chargers, and headphones.

You can find every product on sale in the list below, and if you see something you like be sure to place your order before the codes expire on Sunday, October 14. As usual, these discounts are found on Amazon, so Prime members can place their orders and get free 2-day shipping.

october ankerNote: 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.

iPhone Cases

Cables and Chargers

Audio Accessories

Portable Chargers

Besides the exclusive codes, Anker has a few normal discount codes live on Amazon:

In other sales, Woot today has the 12-inch MacBook from Mid 2017 (1.2 GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB HD) for $899.99, down from $1,299.99. This model is on sale for today only, so if you've been on the hunt for a cheaper entry-level MacBook this is definitely a good opportunity. Comparatively, this model is priced at $1,249.00 on B&H Photo and $1,299.99 on Best Buy.

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If you're planning a trip soon, Pad & Quill is offering its TechFolio Cord Organizer for $15 off using promo code Family15. This makes the travel accessory $74.95, down from $89.95. Pad & Quill's ongoing PQ16 coupon code for 10 percent off your order is also still live, but can't be combined with Family15.

For more information on this week's sales and bargains, be sure to head over to our full Deals Roundup.

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