Deals: Anker Discounts Wireless Chargers, Portable Batteries, Audio Accessories, and USB Hubs From $8.49

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Anker has returned this week with a huge sale on its best charging and audio accessories, ranging from portable batteries to Bluetooth speakers. The new sale has a combination of coupon codes and automatically applied discounts, so be sure to read the list below for more details.

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Sale prices start at just $8.49 for Anker's Ultra Slim 4-port USB Hub, and also include $19.99 wireless chargers, $10.99 wall chargers, and $31.99 portable chargers. The popular Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker is on sale for $20.99, and you'll find multiple USB-C and Lightning cables from $12.99.

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Wireless Chargers

USB Hubs

Wall Chargers

Portable Chargers

Cables

Anker's storefront on Amazon is the best place to go if you want to browse a full selection of Anker accessories.

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17 weeks ago
Is it just me or Anker is almost always on sale? Why not just permanently lower the price?

While I really like Anker stuff and owns many, I wish they would simplify their product line. It is cluttered with very similar products, making it hard for consumers to figure out which is which.
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17 weeks ago


edit: If you don't want to click their affiliate links, I'd recommend going straight to Amazon and searching the product directly.

Or you could, you know, go out of your way to use the affiliate links, in order to let MacRumors get a few cents, to keep the servers running where you found out about this deal.
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17 weeks ago


The headline is a bit misleading. That list has nothing under $8.49.

Ultra-slim 4-port is $8.49 (hence the "from $8.49" - ie the lower limit)
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17 weeks ago
Anker makes some great stuff. Have been using one of their wireless stands for at least a year. Just picked up a pair of the SoundBuds Curve.

edit: If you don't want to click their affiliate links, I'd recommend going straight to Amazon and searching the product directly.
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17 weeks ago
I feel like MR gets some reward for posting this. I get that you gotta pay the bills but cmon. Their products and support are not very reliable. I’ll never use their junk again. Too many issues and failures.
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