Save 15% on Anker's Popular MagSafe-Compatible Accessories When You Buy Two or More

Anker today has a new sale on its popular MagSafe-compatible accessories, offering the chance to save 15 percent on these devices when you purchase two or more at once. We're also tracking a similar sale, with a few different products, over at Amazon.

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Anker's sale is on its "MagGo" line of products, which include charging stations and portable power banks, all of which are compatible with any iPhone that has MagSafe. To get the deal, just add two or more of the full-priced products on this page to your cart and you'll automatically get 15 percent off each product.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.

Note that there are already-discounted products on this page as well, but these do not count toward the buy two, get 15 percent off sale. They are still worth checking out, with a few solid deals on even more MagSafe-compatible accessories, like the popular 3-in-1 MagSafe Charging Cube.

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Because of this, we've broken down the sale into two lists below. Note that the prices in the first list represent the discounted price that you'll see after you add two or more products to your cart and head to the checkout screen. Also remember that Amazon has a few of these products in a similar buy two, save 15 percent offer going on right now.

Buy 2, Get 15% Off

More Anker Discounts

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

Hogswarts Avatar
4 weeks ago
If you're desperately in need of one of these products, I guess you take advantage of the sale, but otherwise wait for the Qi2 devices that will soon be flooding the market that will be faster and more efficient than these MagSafe-"compatible" products. MagSafe-compatible is not the same as MagSafe. Qi2 devices will be MagSafe.
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Fuzzball84 Avatar
4 weeks ago
Ive always had great experience buying various cables from ANKER... but have stuck with Apple for chargers and adapters etc

UGREEN seem pretty cool too
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Quackington Avatar
4 weeks ago
I used to think of Anker as super reliable until the 521 MagSafe power bank (5,000mah) I had started smoking and burning overnight on Saturday and could’ve burnt the house down. I was lucky I woke up and noticed, it was charging my phone. I couldn’t sleep after that and won’t be charging anything overnight again for a long time. Have reported it to Anker and posted it to them so they can take a look at what happened.

Scared the crap out of me and the first floor of the house smelt of it for a few days.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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