Last week, we shared a list of exclusive deals that our readers can browse to complete their holiday shopping. Among the retailers on that list was Nomadand our exclusive 20 percent sitewide sale ends tomorrow, December 16th.
Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Nomad. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site up and running.
To receive the discount, all you have to do is shop on the Nomad website and add items to your cart. Once you go to the checkout screen, enter the code MROLIDAY in the discount code box and click “apply” to get 20 percent off your order.
Nomad promises that all orders placed by 12pm PST on December 19th will arrive in time for December 24th, but you may have to pay for expedited shipping. Nomad offers free standard shipping on all orders placed in the United States over $150.
This discount code will only work on in-stock and full price items. The sale has one day left, which officially ends on the night of December 16.
Case for iPhone 14
Apple Watch bands
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