Deals: HomePod for $299.99, iPhone SE Free With AT&T Next, and New MacRumors Exclusive RAVPower Sale – Info Mac
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40W Dual USB Car Charger – $10.49 with code RUMORSVC7, down from $13.99
10,000 mAh Portable Solar Charger – $19.99 with code RUMORS10K, down from $29.99
Fast Wireless Charger with HyperAir – $21.99 with code RUMORS134, down from $29.99
16,750 mah Portable Charger – $21.99 with code RUMORSPB010, down from $34.99
20,000 mAh USB Battery Pack – $26.99 with code RUMORSPB006, down from $39.99
25,000 mAh Portable Solar Charger – $39.99 with code RUMORS25K, down from $52.99
26,800 mAh USB-C Portable Charger – $45.99 with code RUMORSPB006, down from $58.99
In other deals, Costco today kicked off a notable sale for its members on Apple’s HomePod smart speaker, marking the device down to $299.99 in White and Space Gray, from a regular price of $349.99. While HomePod has been available at a cheaper price point thanks to sitewide sales at eBay and other retailers, this is one of the lowest straight discounts for a new version of the smart speaker we’ve seen, particularly compared to its current full retail price at places like Best Buy and Walmart.
At AT&T, customers can get the iPhone SE 32GB for free when they buy the smartphone on AT&T Next and add a new line of service onto their plan. AT&T says this is a limited-time offer and is not available for customers upgrading from an existing smartphone. Head over to AT&T to find out more information on the offer before it expires.
As the new school year approaches, more companies are opening up back-to-school sales for customers and today the latest addition to this list is Brydge. Under this sale, users can get the Brydge 9.7 for iPad at $99.99, down from $129.99, and the Brydge 7.9 for iPad mini at $39.99, down from $99.99. Check out Brydge’s back-to-school sale page for the full list of discounted items, also including portable batteries, cases, and more.
Lastly, Best Buy has a nice deal of the day going on today for anyone looking to add another Bluetooth speaker into their home, with the retailer marking down the Beats Pill+ to $113.99, compared to its $129.99 price tag at places like Target and Walmart.
Anyone who is interested in jumping into the Alexa ecosystem — or add more products to their existing set-up — should also take a look at Best Buy’s 2-day Amazon sale, with savings on Echo Show ($129.99, down from $229.99), 2nd-Gen Echo ($69.99, down from $99.99), Fire TV Cube ($89.99, down from $119.99), and more.
Head over to our full Deals Roundup for more of this week’s ongoing sales and discounts.
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