Save 20% on Android cases, skins, and more with exclusive Cruzerlite deal

Save 20% on Android cases, skins, and more with exclusive Cruzerlite deal

The gracious team over at Cruzerlite have created a special limited-time promotion for you guys and gals to help you save on your Android accessories. The deal, which runs for one week only, will take 20% off your purchase of Cruzerlite products through Amazon.com. If you are in the market for a case, gel skin, or plush collectible, this is your chance! There is a wide assortment of products supported, including both phones and tablets.

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To take advantage of the savings, simply head to this Amazon page and start shopping. Once you find a product or two that speak to you, input promo code ANDGUY2O at the checkout. Hurry, because this deal only lasts for one week!

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In the meanwhile, why don’t you go ahead and grab a Cruzerlite wallpaper as well? This way, you’ve got a home screen that matches the case you’ll be getting!

Thanks, as always, to the guys at Cruzerlite for being so cool to work with!

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2 Comments

  1. Justin Hillis
    March 15, 23:01 Reply

    Hate to break it to ya folks, but these are the same prices they’ve had for weeks now. (as far as the ones for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus go, anyways)

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