Today is the last day to purchase Apple’s discounted USB-C accessories


Since early November, Apple has discounted all USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 accessories purchased through them. This includes the LG UltraFine 4K & 5K displays. The discounts were done to help ease customers into the transition to USB-C.

Apple’s discounts end at the end of March, which means today, March 31, is the last day customers are able to take advantage of the offers before prices go back up.

Today is the last day to purchase the UltraFine displays which are up to 25 percent off, giving customers a deep discount, especially on the 5K display. The 5K display costs $1,299.95 normally but has been discounted down to $974.

Non-Apple endorsed USB-C accessories are also discounted, which includes hard drives, cables, adapters, and more.

The deal was originally set to expire on December 31, 2016 but was extended until March 31, 2017 after extensive delays on the LG UltraFine 5K Display. Apple could potentially extend the sale again but it’s best to make your USB-C purchases today as it’s unclear if Apple will ever make the sale again.

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