Deals: Woot Has New Sales on Apple's MagSafe Charger ($29.99) and Siri Remote ($49.99)

Woot today has a pair of solid discounts on Apple's MagSafe Charger and Siri Remote, and both accessories are in new condition. They both come with a one year Apple limited warranty and Amazon Prime members can get free shipping from Woot.

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Starting with the MagSafe Charger, it's on sale for $29.99, down from $39.00. This is about $2 higher than the previous all-time low price, so it's a great second-best deal on the popular Apple accessory.

Shoppers should note that the MagSafe Charger comes in Woot's bulk packaging, which means it will arrive in a polybag or generic brown box instead of Apple's own packaging. Despite this, the MagSafe Charger itself is guaranteed to still be brand new with a valid Apple warranty.

Additionally, the second-generation Siri Remote (with Lightning) is on sale for $49.99, down from $59.00 today on Woot. We typically track prices on this accessory down to around $55, so Woot's sale today is one of the lowest we've ever seen for the Siri Remote.

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The Siri Remote is in new condition and does not come in bulk packaging. Woot estimates a late January delivery for both devices if ordered soon.

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

braket Avatar
16 months ago
The last time I bought “new” MagSafe chargers from Woot they had clearly been previously opened and didn’t work.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Victor Mortimer Avatar
16 months ago
Why would I spend $30 on an Apple brand charging cable when I can buy a 3rd party cable for $8?

Stupid people gonna stupid I guess.

Also, this remote is awful. The touchpad one is much better.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fhall1 Avatar
16 months ago

Why would I spend $30 on an Apple brand charging cable when I can buy a 3rd party cable for $8?

Stupid people gonna stupid I guess.

Also, this remote is awful. The touchpad one is much better.
Because the $8 ones aren't MagSafe certified and thus won't charge your device as fast as a "real" one - and it's guaranteed to fit into various desk or car MagSafe stands. If speed isn't important to you - get the $8 one.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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