Apple Deals: AirTags 4 Pack for $80 (20% Off), AirPods Pro 20% Off at $199, etc
Amazon is back with some great deals on Apple accessories, including big discounts on AirTags, AirPods Pro, and AirPods. Whether you’re gift shopping or just want to treat yourself, enjoy these hefty discounts while you can.
AirTags 4 Pack for $79.99
Want to get a four pack of AirTags at a big discount? AirTags are rarely discounted, but right now Amazon is selling a 4-pack for $79.99, a sizable 19% discount from the standard price of $99.
- Get a 4 pack of AirTags for $79.99 on Amazon (Reduced from $99. 19% Off)
AirTags are personal tracking devices that can function as key finders, luggage trackers, pet locators, and much more, helping people to find personal objects they are attached to. You can locate your AirTagged items with the Find My app, and you can make the AirTags play a sound to help you find whatever the item is you’re looking for. And because AirTags use the Find My network of basically every Apple device out in the world, you can more easily locate AirTagged items that are out and about, or misplaced when you’re on the road.
AirPods Pro Starting at $199, AirPods at $89.99
AirPods Pro 2nd generation are discounted 20% on Amazon, knocking $50 off the price from $249 to $199.
- AirPods Pro 2nd generation for $199.99 (reduced from $249)
AirPods Pro feature active noise cancellation, head tracking, 6 hours of listening time on a single charge, water resistance, a MagSafe charging case, and much more.
You can also pick up the 2nd generation AirPods for just $89.99 from Amazon, a hefty discount from the $129 that Apple charges for the same wireless earbuds.
- AirPods 2nd generation for $89.99 (reduced from $129)
The base model AirPods use a lightning cable to charge the case and don’t have the same fancy active noise cancellation, water resistance, or head tracking features that AirPods Pro do, but they’re still perfectly great wireless earbuds for the vast majority of users.
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