You may not have the heart to give a family member of yours a lump of coal. However, a well-chosen gift can speak volumes. We’ve perused our favorite mobile stores and found gifts for both the naughty and nice this holiday season.
1. Guitar Hero® Live for iOS Bundle—Show them just how much of a rock star they really are with this awesome gift from T-Mobile.
2. Parrot Jumping Sumo Drone—This will be hours of budget-friendly fun. It jumps up to 31 inches, spins 360 degrees and rolls up to 4.5 mph. You can even stream photos and videos to your mobile device and save them. We’ve got codes from Verizon to help you save!
3. Selfie Stick—teens and adults will find this gift useful, so shop around and be sure to use our codes
1. Tile Locator—For that absent-minded teen or adult who routinely loses their expensive phone, T-Mobile has the solution, Tile. If you have a friend or family member who is one of those who misplaced $30 billion worth of mobile phones this year, this is a must.
2. Mophie—We always have that one family member or friend who goes MIA for a bit because they’ve forgotten their charger. Say “never again” when you empower them with a Mophie Juice Pack from Verizon.
3. Skullcandy Riff Headphones—For those folks that are oblivious that their music and videos annoy you, get it from T-Mobile.
Consumers may spend close to $20 billion on phone accessories but that doesn’t mean you should pay more than your fair share. Be more generous to those you love and avoid overpaying this holiday season when you shop with our codes. Not all on your list are nice, but perhaps they just need a little help to get off that naughty list, so invest in cool phone accessories for everyone on your list this year!
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2. Mogg, Trevor. "Study Reveals Americans Lost $30 Billion worth of Mobile Phones Last Year." Digital Trends. Digital Trends, 22 Mar. 2012. Web. 04 Dec. 2015. <http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/study-reveals-americans-lost-30-billion-of-mobile-phones-last-year/>.