Deal: Need a quality wireless speaker? Anker 25W SoundCore Pro is now on sale for $39.99 (60% off)!

Buy Anker SoundCore Pro at Amazon | Newegg

If you're on the hunt for a solid wireless speaker, Anker's latest deal might be just for you. The company's SoundCore Pro model usually retails for $99.99, but right now, you can get for much cheaper. Amazon and Newegg Flash have both discounted the device by a whopping 60%, meaning that you can currently grab one for just $39.99.

The SoundCore Pro is very compact and features a clean design. Despite its small frame, the speaker is quite loud thanks to the 2 full-range drivers and 2 tweeters that deliver 25W of rich, distortion-free audio. If you love bass, you'll be happy to know that the SoundCore Pro excels at providing powerful lows thanks to the BassUP technology. Anker boasts that the 8,000mAh battery inside the device can last up to 18 hours on a single charge. Last but not least, the speaker also IPX4-certified, meaning that it's resistant to water splashes from any direction. 

If this offer interests you, feel free to head over to Amazon or Newegg by clicking the links above. Keep in mind that if you're purchasing the speaker through Amazon, you'll have to enter the code ANKXMAS9 at checkout to receive the discount.



1. lioraviram42

Posts: 7; Member since: Dec 09, 2014

Doesn't work on Amazon. It says " The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase".

2. PA_PlamenD

Posts: 15; Member since: Mar 17, 2017

Hey, thanks for reporting. It appears that Amazon has changed the promo code. We've updated the article with new code - ANKXMAS9. If this happens again, check the "Applicable promotions" button on the Amazon listing.

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