Here are five incredible deals that have been extremely popular this week:
72% off Power Vault 18,000 mAh portable battery with international shipping available!
The Power Vault is a must-have accessory to charge all your gadgets. Its powerful 18,000 mAh battery can juice your phone and tablets multiple times on a single charge, and its sleek body takes up minimal space in your backpack, purse or pocket.
Order now for just $29.99 — that’s 72 percent off — from TNW Deals with free shipping across the US. It’s also available with international shipping for $34.99.
Pay What You Want Front-End Hacker Bundle – ends Sunday!
With seven courses featuring more than 90 hours of video tutorials valued at over $1,000, this bundle is a must-have for anyone who wants to build out their own ideas for the Web. Pay what you want for the entire set at TNW Deals! But act fast, it ends Sunday!
40% off Sketchbook Pro 7 for Mac or PC
Created by Autodesk, a world leader in design software, Sketchbook Pro is the ultimate tool for digital designers. Create amazing pieces of work and art with unparalleled flexibility and natural experience. This is the first time it’s been discounted! Check it out for 40 percent off.
92% off Stone River Academy Lifetime Subscription – Learn coding, design, 3D animation and more
One of the premier online learning providers, Stone River Academy offers over 2,000 hours of training across 90+ courses across all levels of programming, web design, game creation, 3D animation and more. Plus, 2 to 5 courses are added every month, so there’s always new content. Valued at almost $1,500, you can get a lifetime subscription for just $109 and learn for life!
Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle Extended!
Our most popular deal of February, the Ultra Premium Mac Bundle was set to expire on Wednesday, but has been extended for another week! Get 8 incredible apps including ScreenFlow and Things for just $39.99 with the coupon code: ULTRAMAC5 – six of these apps normally cost more than the whole bundle! Get it now before it’s gone.
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