There's nothing worse than being caught short with your phone battery life. You don't want to be left with no way to stream music on your commute, no power left to catch Pokémon or scroll Instagram endlessly, or, you know, actually call or text someone when you need to. This one-day sale on POWERADD power banks is here to help you avoid these scenarios with super affordable portable batteries. The sale takes 25% off the regular prices for each battery pack and (right now at least) there are on-page coupons for up to 40% off on top of that.
The sale features power banks that can charge your phone multiple times over and feature Micro-USB, Lightning or USB-C inputs for easy recharging. Using the right promo code also takes up to 40% off on top of the sale prices.
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The most affordable option is the 2nd-gen POWERADD Pilot 2GS 10,000mAh power bank. Available in silver, black or red. It drops to $13.49 from $18 in the sale and features two USB ports that can be used simultaneously. If you enter code FGZN9PK5 during checkout, you get an extra 20% off making it just $10.79. Its capacity is enough to charge many phones a couple of times over and it recharges with the included Micro-USB cable.
Code FGZN9PK5 also works on the POWERADD power bank with USB-C and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. It's on sale for $17.19 but will only cost you $13.75 after the coupon is applied. It's the same capacity but has one USB-A port with Quick Charge 3.0 plus a USB-C port for powering up your USB-C-equipped phone or Nintendo Switch on the move. It comes with a USB-C to USB-A cable for recharging, too.
iPhone users can get up to three full charges out of POWERADD's Lightning-equipped 12,000mAh power banks. While they appear more expensive at $20.19 in the sale in black, silver, red or rose gold, using code Y8RWT7ZM will take an additional 40% off making the final price only $12. Each includes a Lightning cable though the best part is that the power bank itself can be recharged via Lightning so you only have to take one cable with you on your travels.
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