Anker’s early Black Friday sale has transitioned into a full-fledged Black Friday event today, so we’re highlighting all of the best discounts you’ll find in the new sale. With this sale, you can save up to 60 percent on Anker accessories, and you don’t need to purchase more than one accessory at a time to get a bundle discount this time around. There are also still a few “mystery boxes” that can include hundreds of dollars in savings, if you’re willing to risk not knowing what you’re buying ahead of time.
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In terms of the base sale, there are plenty of great accessories that you can buy to take advantage of the savings. A new highlight is the Prime 20,000 mAh Power Bank with 100W Charging Base for $129.50, down from $184.99. If you just want a portable battery with a smart display, the PowerCore 24,000 mAh Power Bank with Smart Digital Display is at $92.00, down from $159.99.
At the bottom of the Black Friday sale page, Anker also has a few blind boxes on sale, priced at $19.99 (up to $219.99 in value) and at $29.99 (up to $219.99 in value). These mystery boxes include one Anker accessory, but you won’t know what you’re getting until they arrive. All items in the $19.99 box are worth more than $19.99, and all items in the $29.99 box are worth more than $29.99, so no matter what you’ll be getting a deal.
All mystery box items are non-returnable (with the exception of quality issues). These could net you a huge discount with a collection of solid stocking stuffers for the holidays, if you’re willing to take the blind box risk. Anker’s Black Friday sale will run through December 3.
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You can find all the Apple Black Friday Deals currently available in our dedicated post. For everything else, we’re keeping track of all of the season’s best Apple-related deals in our Black Friday roundup, so be sure to check back throughout the month for an updated list of all the most notable discounts you’ll find for Black Friday 2023.
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