Deals: AirTag 4-Pack Drops to $84.55 on Amazon ($14 Off) [Updated]

Today you can get Apple's AirTag 4-Pack for $84.55 on Amazon, down from $99.00. Only the 4-Pack option is being discounted, and only Amazon is offering this sale on the AirTag.

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Discounts on the AirTag 4-Pack have been somewhat rare in 2022, with the last notable sale happening nearly two months ago now. Today's deal is a new all-time low price, but there is a shipping delay of about 10 days at the time of writing.

AirTag provides a way to keep track of your items in the iOS Find My app, with a way to play a sound on the built-in speaker to find something locally or with precision finding when it's farther away. Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

Update: This article has been updated to reflect the new discount price of $84.55 for the AirTag 4-Pack.

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Top Rated Comments

StuBeck Avatar
26 months ago

Still haven't found a current need for these.

My turtle is slow enough that I can usually find him before he gets too far.
My wife likes to throw her keys random areas when she gets home. Its useful for that, but I don't think there is anything specific about Apple that makes these better than the rest of the market. The complete lack of any thought about security and then overreaction is annoying. They need to have a system within families to not throw the constant beeping. When I take my wife's keys I don't need to be informed constantly I have an airtag on me when we already have location tracking setup on our iPhones.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
surfzen21 Avatar
26 months ago
Still haven't found a current need for these.

My turtle is slow enough that I can usually find him before he gets too far.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GMacAppleUser Avatar
26 months ago

My wife likes to throw her keys random areas when she gets home. Its useful for that, but I don't think there is anything specific about Apple that makes these better than the rest of the market. The complete lack of any thought about security and then overreaction is annoying. They need to have a system within families to not throw the constant beeping. When I take my wife's keys I don't need to be informed constantly I have an airtag on me when we already have location tracking setup on our iPhones.
Agreed to be honest, no reason for it to not be a lot smarter than it is.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
surfzen21 Avatar
26 months ago

My wife likes to throw her keys random areas when she gets home. Its useful for that, but I don't think there is anything specific about Apple that makes these better than the rest of the market. The complete lack of any thought about security and then overreaction is annoying. They need to have a system within families to not throw the constant beeping. When I take my wife's keys I don't need to be informed constantly I have an airtag on me when we already have location tracking setup on our iPhones.
Do you find the GPS is good enough to pinpoint the keys in your house or apartment or is it the audio ping that really locates them?

Now that I think about it I have a bunch of tools that could use this ?

Never loose a 10mm socket again.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
StuBeck Avatar
26 months ago
This was literally $85 on Woot a few days ago
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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