Early Black Friday Deals: Save Up to 60% on Apple Accessories From Twelve South, Satechi, and Mophie

Although we're still a few weeks away from Black Friday, multiple accessory makers have kicked off early Black Friday events with notable markdowns on charging, travel, and protection accessories for Apple products. This includes Satechi, Twelve South, and ZAGG, offering up to 60 percent off accessories during these sales.


Starting with Satechi, you can get 40 percent off a selection of charging accessories with the code DEALS used at checkout. Satechi's early Black Friday event is focusing on USB-C chargers, USB-C hubs, wireless chargers, MagSafe-compatible chargers, and more.

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Twelve South

Twelve South is giving its customers a sneak peek at its upcoming Black Friday sale with up to 60 percent off travel gear. This includes accessories like the Curve Flex for MacBook Pro, PlugBug Duo for MacBook Pro, and AirFly for AirPods.

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Accessories for MacBook Pro/Air

Accessories for AirPods

Accessories for iPad


At ZAGG, you can get 30 percent off your order when purchasing two or more products at the same time. This excludes already-discounted items, and you won't need a coupon code to see the discount during this event.

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The sale covers accessories offered from Mophie, Gear4, ZAGG, and Invisible Shield, so it's a good opportunity to stock up on holiday gifts and stocking stuffers for iPhone owners. Be sure to browse across all of the ZAGG brands to find the best accessories before the sale ends.

We're keeping track of all of the season's best Apple-related deals in our Black Friday roundup, so be sure to check back throughout the month for an updated list of all the most notable discounts you'll find for Black Friday 2022.

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Top Rated Comments

Ryan H Avatar
8 months ago
People are starting to see through these "Deals" now, can get good prices all year around.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
1557750 Avatar
8 months ago
Black Friday has lost all meaning.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macduke Avatar
8 months ago
Anyone feel like all the sales have been moved up earlier this year? It’s almost like companies are worried about an impending economic calamity that has yet to manifest. Lots of FUD out there.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
T Coma Avatar
8 months ago
Twelve South's (UP TO 60% OFF!) apparent halo product here is the Curve Flex macbook stand.

Was 79.99, but slashed to 74.99. 6% off.

Does that even count as a sale? I can save more by buying out of state.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
1557750 Avatar
8 months ago

Indeed. We need to designate more sale Fridays … maybe color coded. One color Friday monthly. Orange Friday, Blue Friday, Turquoise Friday, Pink Friday … that way it can remain at two words. Eraly Black Friday not good … would be followed by Very Early Black Friday eventually.
This is awesome! ???
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ackmondual Avatar
8 months ago

Anyone feel like all the sales have been moved up earlier this year? It’s almost like companies are worried about an impending economic calamity that has yet to manifest. Lots of FUD out there.
AFAIK, Amazon started it for this year by doing their Prime event sooner. And IIRC, they'll be doing it multiple times per year? Do agree when somebody basically called it a glorified yard sale to clear out excess stock in their warehouses. Even their normal Prime events were slim pickings.
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