MacRumors Exclusive: Take 30% Off One Item on Mophie, Invisible Shield, and Zagg

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MacRumors and Zagg have partnered up again to offer our readers a 30 percent off coupon code across Zagg's family of brands. In total, this includes Zagg, Mophie, Braven, Invisible Shield, iFrogz, Gear4, and Halo.

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

To get the discount, head to Zagg's website, browse for an item, add it to your cart, and when you do you'll notice a pop-up on the right where you can view your cart. Here you can enter the promo code MACRUMORS30 and click apply to see the 30 percent discount taken off the item in your cart.

This coupon code will not work on items that have already been discounted, and can only be applied to regularly priced products. The code can be used for the rest of the month, so you'll have until Tuesday, June 30 before it expires.

Mophie and the rest of Zagg's brands have a wide variety of useful accessories for Apple products, including battery cases, Lightning and USB-C cables, Bluetooth headphones and speakers, and screen protectors. On Invisible Shield, this even includes antibacterial screen protectors and disinfecting wipes for your iPhone and iPad.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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15 weeks ago
I bought the Mophie battery case for iPhone XR... was only $30, I think, or right around there after shipping. The damn thing only adds about 30% battery life. Total waste. I went back to my $10 rubber case.
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15 weeks ago


Best Buy has the one I want from InvisibleShield, that's the weird part. Zagg makes it, but doesn't advertise it on their site.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/zagg-invisibleshield-glass-screen-protector-for-motorola-moto-g-power-8th-gen--clear/6402100.p?skuId=6402100

Oh get that one!! Glass+ are pretty amazing. It must be a Best Buy partnership item.
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15 weeks ago
Thanks for finding the savings for members who are interested but I think I'll save 100% by not buying :).
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15 weeks ago


I bought the Mophie battery case for iPhone XR... was only $30, I think, or right around there after shipping. The damn thing only adds about 30% battery life. Total waste. I went back to my $10 rubber case.

Yes was going to say the same. I got the XS Max one, and it was the same issue. Only thing I liked is you could still access the Lightning Port.
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15 weeks ago
At first I couldn't put in the 30% because it looked like the Father's Day 25% could not be replaced. Then I was able to do it. But - I was interested in the $79.95 wireless charger with the extra port. It looks like the same tjhing listed on the Apple site for $69.95. It's a discount but not really 30%.
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