Tile trackers with super cute, limited-edition patterns are 20% off for Mother’s Day
Save 20%: Tile is holding a Mother’s Day sale where you can save 20% on limited-edition patterned Bluetooth trackers — get a bundle of two for as low as $49.99.
Moms have infinite things on their minds all… the… time. If you’re scrambling for a unique Mother’s Day gift idea, saving her from the daily frantic phone or keys search is something she’ll appreciate forever.
In Honor of Mother’s Day, Tile is offering 20% off of its chic limited-edition patterns: florals, geometric designs, animal prints, sailboats, and precious little strawberries are some of the styles up for grabs. Depending on style and availability, you can snag one Tile for as low as $28.99 or a bundle of a Pro and a Slim for as low as $49.99.
Tile’s free shipping covers five to seven business days. This pretty much guarantees arrival after May 9, but it’s likely fine if you weren’t seeing mom in person, anyway. She understands the chaos of ordering gifts — she probably runs the holidays like it’s her job.
Bluetooth trackers have been a hot topic of discussion since the Apple’s AirTags were announced in late April. AirTags are cool for a lot of reasons, but people who aren’t diehard FindMy network users (so, people with Androids or iPhone owners who don’t have that stuff set up) will prefer Tile’s broader compatibility with iOS, Android, and Windows, plus its simple, tried-and-true approach.
Tile wins in the physical versatility game, too. Use the classic Tile Pro keychain design to attach to anything with a keyring or zipper, or slide it into the pocket of a bag. The Tile Slim can slide into tight spaces like wallet or passport compartments, or stuck to the back of a phone, tablet, or laptop with Tile’s special adhesive.
Using a Tile is very straightforward. Attach the Tile of appropriate size to whatever you want to track — keys, wallet, luggage, a pet — and download the Tile app. If Bluetooth is on, Tile should immediately recognize the presence of a new Tile and ask you to label it. Obviously, a Tile on a lost phone will be lost as well, but logging into the Tile app elsewhere can make a silent phone ring. A Smart Alert is sent if Tile gets too far away from your location, like a bag left in an Uber.