Apple AirTag price cut to $22 in ‘cheapest price ever’ – but there’s a catch

An AMAZON Apple AirTag deal means you can now get the circular tracking devices for just over $22 each.

According to Engadget, this is the cheapest AirTag deal Amazon has seen.

To get the AirTags at this low price you need to buy more than one

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To get the AirTags at this low price you need to buy more than onePhoto credit: Getty

However, there is a catch if you want the cheap price.

You need one to buy a pack of four Apple AirTags.

That will set you back $89, so each individual AirTag costs $22.25.

  • 4 Apple AirTags on Amazon for $89 – buy here
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Typically, a single AirTag will cost you $29.

A four-pack of the devices costs $99.

The Amazon deal means you can get four of the trackers for $89.

That’s a nice $10 saving and there’s even a free shipping option.

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Apple AirTags are useful for keeping track of important items like house keys, bag and other personal items.

You’ll probably need to invest in an AirTag-shaped keychain to attach to your belongings.

The devices are compatible with the Find My app on the iPhone and can give you specific directions to your lost item.

The coin-sized trackers can also emit a sound to make them easier to find.

AirTags are not compatible with Android devices.

  • 4 Apple AirTags on Amazon for $89 – buy here
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