Apple AirTags are cheaper than usual at Woot’s last one-day sale

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta January 10, 2022
Updated 2022/01/10 at 4:01 PM

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AirTags are some of the most affordable Apple gadgets you can get, which is probably why deep discounts on them are hard to come by. Last week we saw one of the trackers drop to $24 and a pack of four to $96 on Amazons, but Woot’s latest flash sale makes the package even cheaper. Today alone, you can get a pack of four AirTags for $94, which is five percent off their regular price. Woot’s has dropped the price to as low as $88 in the past, but that historic low came during the holiday shopping season, making it unlikely to return anytime soon.

Buy AirTags (pack of 4) at Woot – $94

a lot like devices side by side and other Bluetooth trackers, AirTags are designed to help you keep track of your stuff. The coin-sized gadget can be placed in your wallet or backpack, or attached to a holder that you can clip to your keys, letting you keep track of your stuff using the Find My app on your iOS device. When you lose something, you can force the AirTag to beep or, if you have an iPhone with ultra-wideband support, the Precision Finding feature can take you directly to your lost stuff using the instructions on your phone’s screen. And if you’re no longer in the vicinity of your belongings, you can check the latest AirTag location in the Find My app and even activate Lost Mode, which will send a ping when the AirTag is detected over the network again.

Keep in mind that you will have 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, privacy, and return the lost AirTag to its rightful owner. Also, we recommend checking Woot Return Policy before buying because it is very different from the parent company, Amazon.

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