Deals Spotlight: Anker's Charging Flash Sale Discounts Lightning Cables, Portable Batteries, and More

Anker is well known for providing reliable and low-cost charging accessories for Apple device owners, and today the company has a huge Deal of the Day sale on Amazon that's discounting over a dozen items by as much as 40 percent off. Shoppers should note that no codes are needed for today's flash sale, as each discount has been automatically applied.

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The charging accessories Deal of the Day sale includes PowerCore portable batteries, Roav car chargers, PowerWave wireless chargers, PowerPort USB chargers, and PowerLine USB and Lightning cables. We've broken down each item on sale in the lists below, so be sure to check them out and head to Amazon before the end of the day to place an order if you're interested.

PowerCore Portable Batteries

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PowerWave Wireless Chargers

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PowerPort USB Chargers

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Powerline Cables

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Roav Car Accessories

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Remember that all of these sales will last for today only, March 5, and expire later tonight. For more information on the latest sales, head to our full Deals Roundup.

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