Deals: Verizon Discounts MagSafe Charger ($29.99), MagSafe Battery Pack ($74.24), and More

Verizon this week kicked off a new accessory sale, including discounts on a wide range of Apple accessories like the MagSafe Charger, MagSafe Duo Charger, new Siri Remote, iPhone cases, and more.

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Notably, for the MagSafe deals shoppers should be aware that the prices listed below may not be reflected on Verizon until you add each to your cart. If you don't see the sale prices reflected on the product pages, Verizon will automatically discount each accessory once in your cart.

In terms of the best discounts, the MagSafe Duo Charger and the MagSafe Battery Pack are hitting the lowest prices we've seen yet on each accessory. The regular MagSafe Charger is at a solid second-best price, and Verizon also has a rare discount on the 2021 Siri Remote.

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Top Rated Comments

Beau10 Avatar
26 months ago

I can totally see a use case for a battery pack but for the price, the appearance and the fact you can only use it on the iPhone makes it a difficult sell for me.

I bought the 13 pro Max and the battery is amazing as is but I would go for another smart battery case if it were an option.
I believe you can use the battery for most wireless charging devices. It recharges my Airpods Pro case.

If you only are looking to increase your battery by default I agree a smart case is much better. I almost feel like this battery is great for the iPhone mini (ie. perfect fit on a phone w/ a compromised battery) and much less of a value prop for others.

One nice little thing I just discovered about it is it mounts to my wallet so I can carry them together (ie. when driving - need the wallet as it has my id, can use the battery to increase runtime for GPS use).
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WRChris Avatar
26 months ago
That ugly battery pack could be 25$ and I still wouldn’t stick it on my phone.
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Beau10 Avatar
26 months ago

I feel like white is the worst color it could be. I’d consider it if it color matched my phone but I’m afraid it would come off when sliding in my pocket and eventually break from impact on the ground.
The magnet is a fair bit stronger than the wallet - feels nearly 2x as strong. Sure you could slide it off while taking out of your pocket but would be very obvious/deliberate.

That said, it's a bit thick for pocket use - I'd do it if I really needed the juice, but for me it's a way to just recharge my phone at home while using or having on the road when I'm out all day and using the GPS heavily (have a 12 mini fwiw). If you don't have specific use cases for it probably best to pass.
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johnnytravels Avatar
26 months ago

First off: Not being a troll. I haven't synced my phone with a computer since probably 2017 so I'm curious what other people still use this for. Do you not use apple music? I didn't have a large collection to begin with, so it was an easy shift for me, especially with family members having access to all the music anytime. I know we all have different use cases so I like to hear what other people are doing.
I don’t feel trolled. Yes I still sync my music with iTunes/Music and I have not subscribed to Apple Music. I used to but it messed up so many of my covers and sometimes even replaced some of my rather obscure titles with wrong ones on the phone jand I‘m not even starting with covers). After that I decided that I value my well curated library over whatever Apple algorithms give me, so I cancelled (and went with Tidal for streaming, also because they pay more to the artists than Apple).
I would love to have my music in the cloud but I really want it to be my music, not the mis-matched mess that was Apple Music for me.
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