Deals: Anker's Spring Sale Has Up to 30% Off Portable Batteries, USB-C Chargers, and More

Anker is celebrating the start of the new season with a Spring Sale that's taking up to 30 percent off its most popular chargers, cables, USB-C accessories, MagSafe-compatible devices, and more. This time around, you'll find the sale directly on Anker's website, and it will run through March 31.

anker new march heroNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Anker. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

The Spring Sale is mostly focusing on Anker's wall chargers, ranging from smaller 30W USB-C chargers to powerful charging stations with up to six ports. Additionally, you'll find savings on portable batteries, wireless chargers, cables, and various MagSafe-compatible devices.

Shoppers should note that all of the prices listed below will require you to enter a coupon code on Anker's website, but Anker makes this process fairly easy. You'll see the coupon code in an orange box on the product page and just need to click "copy code" before adding to your cart, where it will be automatically applied to your order.

Portable Batteries

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Wireless Chargers

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Wall Chargers

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Top Rated Comments

CarAnalogy Avatar
9 months ago
Don’t bother with that 313 stand. It charges so slowly. I got a couple a while back thinking it would be a good idea. Even my Android using friends don’t want them. I can’t give the things away.
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BigMcGuire Avatar
9 months ago

None of these links open for me.
Yeah same here, the only way they worked for me was to turn off my adblocker. 1Blocker refused to let me open those links for whatever reason. :/

Usually they're amazon links, in this case (at least for the batteries) they went to Anker's website.

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OneRebertt Avatar
9 months ago

Yeah same here, the only way they worked for me was to turn off my adblocker. 1Blocker refused to let me open those links for whatever reason. :/

Usually they're amazon links, in this case (at least for the batteries) they went to Anker's website.

They look like some sort of referral link, ( that redirects way too many times
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