Deals: Anker Expands Amazon Sale With New Discounts on USB-C Cables, Portable Chargers, and More

If you're shopping for last-minute holiday gifts, small tech accessories make for great presents and typically ship faster than bigger and pricier products. With that in mind, Amazon is holding a sale on a variety of Anker accessories this week, with notable discounts on USB-C cables, wall chargers, portable batteries, wireless chargers, and more.

Apple Accessories Deals 2022 AnkerNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Shoppers should note that many of these sales require you to clip an on-page coupon in order to see the discount at the checkout screen, so be sure to watch out for those when browsing on Amazon. You can find all of the Anker accessories on sale below, most of which have guaranteed delivery dates before December 25.

Cables

anker cables

Wall Chargers

anker wall charger

Portable Chargers

anker portable battery

Miscellaneous

anker powerstation

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

ISprainedMyUvula Avatar
7 weeks ago
I've kinda given up on Anker. They used to be AMAZING quality, and even better support. The last time I called them about a problem, the guy I spoke to was BEYOND rude, and so was the manager I was eventually transferred to.

Especially with all the stuff coming out about the Eufy shadiness, I probably will just buy WhateverBrand cables and battery packs on Amazon going forward. It's no longer worth paying extra for Anker.
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Macintosh Quadra 840av Avatar
7 weeks ago
PowerCore 24,000 mAh with Smart Digital Display for $119 isn't great. It was $75 earlier this year on Amazon. Guess I should have grabbed one then. Charges at 140W, so it's great for the MacBook Pro.
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gco212 Avatar
7 weeks ago

That just means to stay away from their security cameras, but their chargers remain of pretty high quality. I use a number of them to charge my devices and have no complaints in this regard.
Nothing wrong with their chargers per se, but I'd still prefer to not buy from a company that lies to it's customers and illegally takes images. There's something to be said about not promoting these fraudsters as an ethical issue.
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gco212 Avatar
7 weeks ago
Surprised to see you advertising Anker, Macrumors. A lot of companies have stopped taking their money when they were caught uploading private images and data to cameras that were advertised as "local" systems with no cloud uploads.

Hate to see it.
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