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Incase is taking 40 percent off eco-friendly styles during its Earth Week Sale, with MacBook sleeves and bags at new low prices. 13-inch MacBook Pro owners can get the Classic Sleeve for just $23.99, down from $39.95.
- Compact Sleeve for MacBook Pro – $29.99, down from $49.95
- Commuter Backpack – $59.99, down from $99.95
- EO Duffel Bag – $89.99, down from $149.95
- EO Travel Backpack – $107.99, down from $179.95
- EO Roller Luggage – $179.99, down from $299.95
This speaker is made from 90 percent recycled plastic, is waterproof, and comes in eco-friendly packaging. The sale will only last today, so be sure to visit JBL’s website soon if you’re interested.
iPhone case brand Casely is hosting a 25 percent off Earth Day sale, specifically discounting its “Earth Collection” of accessories. You’ll need to enter the code BLOOM at checkout to see this discount.
Casely’s cases come in a wide variety of colorful designs and patterns, as well as multiple types. There’s the “Classic” at $25, “Bold” with more protection at $35, “Bold + MagSafe” at $45, and “Power 2.0” battery case at $75. You can save on all of these versions with the new coupon code.
Nomad’s sitewide Spring Sale remains ongoing today, allowing shoppers to save 25 percent by using the code SPRING25. Nomad sells an assortment of leather accessories, including cases and folios for iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPhone, AirPods, and more.
- Incipio – Save 40% on eco-friendly cases for iPhone and Android phones with code EARTH40
- Scosche – Save 30% sitewide with code SPRING30
- ZAGG/Mophie – Save 30% when you purchase two or more products
- Pad & Quill – Save on leather iPhone and MacBook cases
Keep up with all of this week’s best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.
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