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Amazon Prime Big Deal Days: The Best Tech Accessories

Amazon's second major discount event of the year has kicked off, and in this article we're focusing on accessory discounts for smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and more that are available during Prime Big Deal Days. You'll need an Amazon Prime membership to access the sale, and you can sign up for Prime on Amazon. There's a 30 day free trial, and the service costs $14.99/month thereafter, or $139/year.

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As is typical for Prime Day deals, these markdowns are very time sensitive, so sales listed below may disappear fast, and new ones may appear even faster. With this in mind, we'll keep this article updated throughout the event, and keep an eye on the MacRumors front page as we'll be posting particularly great deals in separate articles this week.

Anker




As always, some of the best overall deals you'll find during Prime Day will be on Anker accessories. This season, the highlight of the sale is Anker's new MagSafe 3-in-1 Charger Stand, which is on sale at $112.46, down from $149.95. This is a new all-time low price, beating the deal we tracked last month by about $7. Remember you'll need to be signed into a Prime account to see this deal.



This accessory can simultaneously charge an iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch; it includes a 30W USB-C wall charger and a 1.5m USB-C to USB-C cable. Besides the MagSafe Charger Stand, you'll find portable batteries, solar generators, headphones, earbuds, Bluetooth speakers, and more on sale below for Prime Day.

Chargers

Portable Batteries

Power Stations

Audio

Scales


Jackery




Jackery has a few of its portable power stations at a discount on Amazon during Prime Day this month, with as much as $400 in savings on select devices. Some require you to clip an on-page coupon, while others are only available to Amazon Prime members.



Satechi




Satechi has a large array of accessories discounted during Prime Day, including up to 25 percent off wall chargers, portable batteries, USB-C hubs and docks, keyboards, and more. We've collected all of Satechi's Prime Day deals below.

Chargers

Hubs and Docks


Raycon




Raycon is offering up to 30 percent off a selection of its best earbuds, headphones, and portable speakers during Prime Day. The highlight of the sale is Raycon's popular Everyday Earbuds for $55.99, down from $79.99, but you can find all of the deals below.



Withings




Withings has a few different options for Prime Day savings this time around, including up to 30 percent off its smart scales and up to 25 percent off its smartwatches. You can find a full list of what Withings has on sale right now on its Amazon storefront.



Ecobee




Ecobee has its Smart Thermostat, Smart Camera, Smart Sensor, and more on sale during Prime Day this season. You'll find as much as $40 off these accessories below.



ZAGG




ZAGG's Prime Day offerings include a stylus, wireless keyboard, iPhone 14 case, and Mophie portable charger.



Jabra




Jabra has a few earbuds on sale during Prime Day this October, starting at just $69.99 for the Elite 4 Active Earbuds and totaling up to $80 off select models.



We will continue to track Prime Day deals as the event continues, so be sure to keep an eye on our front page for more news. Remember that you can sign up for Amazon Prime for free for one month to take advantage of the deals.
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