Last week we shared a list of exclusive offers that our readers can browse to complete their holiday shopping. Among the retailers on this list was Nomadicand our exclusive 20% sitewide discount ends tomorrow, December 16th.
Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner of Nomad. When you click on a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us operate the site.
To get the discount, all you have to do is shop on the Nomad website and add items to your cart. Once you head to the payment screen, enter the code MVACATION in the discount code box and click “Apply” to get 20% off your order.
Nomad promises that all orders placed by 12:00 PST on December 19 will arrive in time for December 24, but you may need to pay for expedited shipping. Nomad offers free standard shipping on all US orders over $150.
This discount code will only work on in-stock, full-price items. There is still one day left on the sale and it will officially expire on the night of December 16.
iPhone 14 Cases
Apple Watch straps
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