Apple AirTags are cheaper than usual in Woot’s latest one-day sale


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AirTags are some of the most affordable Apple gadgets you can get, which is probably why big discounts on them are hard to come by. Last week we saw one of the trackers drop to $ 24 and a four-pack drop to $ 96 on Amazon, but Woot’s latest flash sale makes the pack even cheaper. Today only you can get a four-pack of AirTags for $ 94, which is 5% less than its regular price. Woot has lowered the price all the way to $ 88 in the past, but this historic low has occurred during the holiday shopping season, making it unlikely to return anytime soon.

Buy AirTags (pack of 4) from Woot – $ 94

A little like Tile devices and other Bluetooth trackers, AirTags are designed to help you keep track of your stuff. The coin-sized gadget can slip into your wallet or backpack, or attach to a holder that you can hang on your keys, allowing you to track your belongings using the Find My app on your iOS device. When you misplace something, you can force the AirTag to chime or, if you have an iPhone that supports ultra-broadband, the precision search feature can take you directly to your missing items using the instructions. on your phone screen. And if you’re no longer near your belongings, you can check the AirTag’s last location in the Find My app and even turn on Lost Mode, which will ping you when the AirTag is detected again by the network.

Keep in mind that you will need to be an iPhone user to get the most out of AirTags. Apple recently released an app that allows Android users to see if an AirTag is nearby, but its goal is to detect, keep the lost AirTag private, and return it to its rightful owner. Also, we recommend that you check Woot Return Policy before buying because it is very different from that of its parent company, Amazon.

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