Pick up three Anker Powerline Lightning cables and save $5

In the market for another charging cable for your phone or tablet? Of course you are. Constantly replacing charging cables for our gear is the albatross we all carry. Today Amazon is offering you a way to save. Pick up three Anker Powerline 3-Foot Lightning Cables (opens in new tab) and pay just $19.99. That's $5 off what they typically cost. While we've seen them drop in price a couple of times, namely around Prime Day and Black Friday, today's deal is still a nice way to save. There are newer generations of Powerline cables on the market, but they're much more expensive, and these originals basically perform just as well as their pricier counterparts. You can get free shipping at Amazon by spending at least $25, though shipping is also complimentary if you use Amazon Prime (opens in new tab).

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Anker Powerline 3-foot Lightning Cable 3-Pack (opens in new tab)

In the past, when on sale, these cables have sold for as much as $9 apiece. This deal brings them close to their best-ever price. Each cable is durable, fast, and backed by an 18-month warranty.

These well-rated Lightning cables (opens in new tab) are designed to be durable, constructed with Aramid fiber to resist fraying. They're MFi certified and as a result will work flawlessly with all of your iOS devices. No pesky pop-ups informing you that you wasted your money on an accessory that won't work! Each cable is backed by an 18-month warranty as well, and your purchase also includes a hook-and-loop cable tie for better length management, though you shouldn't have too much trouble wrangling shorties like these.

While your purchase includes the cables themselves, you'll need to supply your own adapter or charger. Use them on the go with a discounted power bank, or opt for a smaller capacity and a smaller price tag with this miniature model. If you plan on using the cables in your car, this Roav SmartCharge F0 could be of some assistance. Alternatively, if you're looking for something longer than three feet, you could pick up a single six-foot PowerLine+ II Lightning cable for $14 instead.

Louryn Strampe

Louryn saves money on everything she buys. In between waiting for Amazon deliveries, she googles the Animal Crossing Switch release date, hand-letters on her iPad Pro, and downloads a zillion match-three apps. She also loves Skyrim, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter: @lourynstrampe