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Rarely on sale Apple AirTags are at a record low for Black Friday — only $20 each

If you've flown recently, you’ve probably noticed a lot of chaos — especially with lost luggage. With so many suitcases not making their final destinations and airlines overwhelmed by the amount of lost baggage claims, frequent flyers have been coming up with new ways to ensure their stuff doesn't go missing. Many have started to travel light and only bring a carry-on, while others have found an affordable solution using $25 Apple AirTags to keep track of their belongings. That's for one AirTag, though. Buy this four-pack for Black Friday, and the price drops to just $20 a pop. In the end, you're saving a total of $36 versus buying them individually.


Apple AirTag 4 Pack

$80$99Save $19
Never deal with lost luggage again! Shoppers say Apple AirTags are a “must-have while traveling,” as they let you know exactly where your bags are. Track your bags, wallet, or even your pet with these handy devices.
$80 at Amazon

These tiny GPS trackers are the size of a watch battery and weigh less than one ounce, so they won't take up space or add weight to your suitcase. Even better, they are incredibly easy to set up. Just hold one near your iPhone or iPad, and it will instantly connect. Then just slip it inside your checked bag and you can keep track of its location in the Find My app.

The AirTag's battery lasts over a year, so no worries about it conking out mid-flight. And — this is fun — if you're searching for your bag in a room full of luggage, you can play a sound on the built-in speaker to help you find it. All communication with the Find My network is anonymous and encrypted for your privacy — your location data and history won't be stored within the AirTag.

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The travel hack you never knew you needed. (Photo: Amazon)

One happy shopper called the handy gadgets a “must-have while traveling,” before adding, “Lost my luggage going out of the country and thank god I could track it with my AirTag! The airport workers were super unhelpful and denied that my bag was there at all, but I was able to show her my tracking app from the AirTag, and after some slight demanding from me she went and found it. Thank goodness!"

Even flight attendants approve of the handy travel hack. “I bought these to track luggage [after] I had an airline lose my luggage for five days,” wrote one. “Very highly recommend, especially for travelers. These were so worth it to have peace of mind.”

And the handy trackers aren’t just for traveling. Customers say they use them to keep tabs on everything from missing keys to wallets and even pets! “Fantastic. Use them to track my dogs, keys and luggage,” noted one owner. “They provide great peace of mind...Better than luggage tracking apps the airlines provide. You can actually see where your bags are in the terminal.”

You'd think this kind of intel would cost a bundle (this is Apple, after all) but the AirTags are actually pretty affordable at just $29 a pop. And if you need to track several items at once you can even save a few bucks and buy a four-pack for just $80 right now. Try the travel hack for yourself and buy an Apple AirTag before your next trip!


Apple AirTag

$25$29Save $4
Never deal with lost luggage again! Shoppers say Apple AirTags are a “must-have while traveling,” as they let you know exactly where your bags are.
$25 at Amazon

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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