Deals: ZAGG and Mophie Offering 25% Off Sitewide for Tax Day

ZAGG is marking the end of tax season with a new sitewide sale that's taking 25 percent off all of ZAGG and Mophie's best charging and protection accessories. This discount does not require any coupon code and will be applied automatically in the cart.

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In regards to Mophie products, this includes wireless chargers, power banks, and battery cases. This will exclude items that are already marked down, and you can only get 25 percent off up to three items. ZAGG's sale will last through tomorrow, April 19 at 11:59 p.m. Mountain Time.

Note: The 25% discount will be applied in the cart.

There are a variety of power banks on sale at Mophie, including the Snap+ Juice Pack Mini, which is compatible with iPhone 12 and 13 MagSafe and is down to $37.46, from $49.95. There are regular portable batteries as well, including the Powerstation XXL ($44.96), Powerstation Ultra ($59.96), and more.

For higher-priced items, you can save big on Mophie's 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Mat, discounted to $112.46 during the sale, down from $149.95. Mophie also sells a 3-in-1 Travel Charger with MagSafe, priced at $112.46, down from $149.95.

There are plenty of other accessories on sale during this event, including car mounts, Apple Watch chargers, iPhone battery cases, screen protectors, and audio equipment. You can head to ZAGG's website to browse the full sale across all of its brands before the sale ends tomorrow. Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

KaliYoni Avatar
30 months ago

When I brought up the charge back, they threaten to black list me for all future purchases and warranty service.
Sounds like this article needs to be updated:
"Zagg is marking the end of the tax season with IRS-level customer service responses and payment policies."
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
30 months ago
I just placed the order for a single charger. Unbeknownst to me, the order confirmation page charged me for 2 chargers. Well, as the luck would have it, the customer service cannot cancel the order nor make the correction. I will have to pay for the return shipping.

Buyers be ware and double check!
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Diablo360 Avatar
30 months ago

I just placed the order for a single charger. Unbeknownst to me, the order confirmation page charged me for 2 chargers. Well, as the luck would have it, the customer service cannot cancel the order nor make the correction. I will have to pay for the return shipping.

Buyers be ware and double check!
Wow that’s sketchy. I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a situation where you contact customer service before the order ships and they refuse to correct the order. I would be calling my credit card company, and/or letting customer service know that I will be charging back the amount for the second charger if they don’t refund me
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Diablo360 Avatar
30 months ago

When I brought up the charge back, they threaten to black list me for all future purchases and warranty service.

WTF?!
What horrible customer service. If it was me I would cancel the entire order (save your email correspondence), and if they say no, call your credit card company and initiate the chargeback. They can’t force you to pay for and keep the extra charger. Or if you still want your order then tell your CC company that you only ordered 1 unit and that they billed you for 2, and refused to correct your order
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KaliYoni Avatar
30 months ago

ZAGG is marking the end of tax season
LOL. Yeah, nothing makes me think more of batteries and adapters than signing my 1040!

Not.
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6787872 Avatar
30 months ago
all of it overpriced, ill take the china version
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