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Tired Of Overpaying For iPhone Chargers That Keep Breaking? Get A High Quality 4 Pack For Under $10

Mason Thibault Mason is a native of Fall River, Massachusetts, an avid NFL and NCAA fan, and a commerce writer for the Daily Caller

If you own an iPhone chances are your lightning cable just stops working after a while (at least mine always do). For that reason, I usually find myself buying in bulk. The problem is, buying chargers at your local convenience store or even the apple store usually costs about $15-$20 per charger and then you have to replace the charger anyways!!

Four charging cables for one absurd price!!!(Photo via Amazon)

Four charging cables for one absurd price!!!(Photo via Amazon)

Get this IDiSON 4Pack(3ft 6ft 6ft 10ft) iPhone Lightning Cable for just $8.99 (40 percent off) for a limited time when you use the discount code AE8KS5DF at checkout 

That’s why I wanted to share this special deal with you on an Apple certified lightening cable four pack. That’s right…4 chargers:

-one 10 ft cable 

-two 6 ft cable

-one 3 ft cable

Each cable features a nylon braid compatible with all iPhone 6’s and later….and each cable features 2.4 A output fast charging and while $14.99 for 4 chargers (less than $4 per cable) is a great deal….f0r a limited time when you use the Daily Caller’s exclusive discount code AE8KS5DF… you can save 40 percent more…bringing the cost down to just $8.99….for four chargers.

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

So what are you waiting for? With free Prime Shipping, a 12-month warranty, and each cable coming in at less than $2.25 per cable, there’s no reason not to stock up on IDiSON  chargers right now while this one day sale lasts!

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