SAVE $9.01: A four-pack of Apple AirTags(Opens in a new tab) typically retails for $99, but Amazon has it on sale for $89.99 as of March 21. That’s a rare discount of just under 10%.
Anyone who’s making travel plans for this spring or summer should be less worried about FOMO (the fear of missing out) than they are about FOML (fear of missing luggage(Opens in a new tab)). Stashing some small Bluetooth trackers like Apple AirTags inside your checked bags and carry-ons is an easy way to keep track of your belongings amid the chaos of airline travel — and hold carriers accountable in case things get “misplaced.”
Before you hit the road/skies, you can grab a four-pack of AirTags on sale through Amazon(Opens in a new tab) for just $89.99 as of March 21. (That’s about $9 off their suggested retail price of $99.) This isn’t their lowest price ever — they hit $74.98 on Amazon(Opens in a new tab) ahead of Black Friday 2022 — but AirTag discounts are so rare and often short-lived that these are worth adding to your cart.
A 2021 release, AirTags are a no-brainer for anyone who’s already entangled in the Apple ecosystem because they work with the Find My app (which comes pre-installed on iPhones and iPads); there’s no need to download any separate software. Once you pair one with your iOS device and attach it to an item you want to track, you’ll be able to view its current or last-known location on an in-app map. If you ever get separated from it, you can enable a compass-like Precision Finding feature or ask Siri to locate the item it’s attached to, which will prompt the AirTag to play a sound if it’s within Bluetooth range.
If you and your AirTag-tagged item get separated out of range, other Apple devices connected to the extensive Find My network will pick up its Bluetooth signal and send you intel about its location. (Apple says(Opens in a new tab) this is done securely and anonymously, but the potential privacy concerns are worth noting. Don’t be a creep.) You can also place it in Lost Mode for notifications once someone else finds it.