MacRumors Exclusive: Save Up to 30% on Anker’s Best Wireless Chargers, USB-C Hubs, and More

MacRumors Exclusive: Save Up to 30% on Anker’s Best Wireless Chargers, USB-C Hubs, and More

Anker has kicked off this week, allowing MacRumors readers to save up to 30 percent on Anker’s wall chargers, USB-C hubs, portable chargers, and wireless chargers on Amazon. Like our previous exclusive sales, you’ll need to enter the relevant promo codes for each device in order to see the discounts.

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Sales include a collection of useful Anker accessories, like the company’s combination wall charger and 5,000 mAh power bank at $29.99, down from $39.99. If you’re looking for a way to upgrade your MacBook workflow, Anker’s 7-in-1 USB-C hub at $26.99, down from $35.99, is a solid addition to any home office workspace.

Wall Chargers

  • PowerPort Atom III Slim – $19.99 with code MRANKER45, down from $25.99
  • PowerStrip Pad – $26.99 with code MRANKER67, down from $35.99
  • PowerPort III Pod – $29.99 with code MRANKPOD, down from $39.99

Hubs

  • PowerExpand+ 7-in-1 USB-C Hub – $26.99 with code MRANKER346, down from $35.99
  • PowerPort 5-in-1 USB-C Hub – $59.99 with code MRPOWERH, down from $75.99

Portable Chargers

  • PowerCore Wireless 10,000 mAh – $26.99 with code MRANKER65, down from $35.99
  • PowerCore Fusion 5,000 mAh Combo Wall Charger – $29.99 with code MRANKER24, down from $39.99
  • PowerCore Slim 10,000 mAh – $32.99 with code MRANKER31, down from $43.99

Wireless Chargers

  • PowerWave Sense Pad Alloy – $27.99 with code MRANKER09, down from $35.99
  • PowerWave 10 Stand – $30.99 with code MRANKER73, down from $44.99

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we’ve been tracking over the past week.

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