I’m here with the latest collection of the best tech deals that have appeared on The edge in this week. Similar to last weekend’s post, deals have increased lately. Hopefully it helped you save some money, either for yourself or for a mom in your Mother’s Day life. If you’re looking for a late gift (orders placed today probably won’t be received by Sunday, May 9th, Mother’s Day), check out ours Gift guide that is full of fun gift ideas.
Here are the best deals this week.
Save 15 percent on useful technical accessories from Satechi
Satechi makes various accessories such as USB-C hubs, adapters, Apple Watch chargers and much more. If you find something you want from the catalog of gadgets, it will be offered a nationwide discount of 15 percent if you use the offer code FOR MUM at checkout. This deal ends on May 9th, Mother’s Day.
Get two years of PS Plus on your PlayStation for just $ 54
One of the best deals this week wasn’t a gadget but a membership. If you have a PS4 or PS5 and you want to charge PS Plus, you can wait for two years for just $ 54. Sony typically charges $ 60 a year, so this is a big saving for you. To get this deal Go to that page and tap “Buy Now”. Near the top. Then, at checkout, make sure you double your quantity to two instead of one, then enter the offer code VERGEMAYPROMO lower the price from around $ 60 to $ 54.
You will receive two codes and can redeem any one into your console as needed when the time comes to replenish your service.
Roku’s all-in-one streambar soundbar is $ 30
The Roku Streambar is a soundbar that also doubles as a content streaming device and connects to your TV via HDMI. It’s only 14 inches long, so it’s good for small rooms and people who prefer a simpler setup with fewer hardware pieces than a plugin. Once that’s set up, you’ll get audio and have a device that can access all of the major video streaming apps like Hulu, Netflix, Apple TV Plus, and more.
Save $ 50 when you pre-order Apple’s new iPad Pro with the M1 processor
Walmart is accepting pre-orders for the latest 11-inch iPad Pro with the fast and efficient M1 processor and charging $ 50 less than many other retailers. Instead of spending $ 800, it sells the tablet for $ 750. It’s not a drastic price cut, but it’s noteworthy as this product isn’t even out yet. Walmart says purchases will ship May 24th.