A Kate Spade store in New York City, on Feb. 28, 2016.
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By Rachel King
February 17, 2017

While Kate Spade New York itself is up for sale, the retailer has yet another major sale of its own going on.

It’s easy to peg another “extra 25% off with this coupon code” promotion to the Presidents Day holiday weekend—traditionally a spot on the calendar for retail giants to push deals—but let’s not pretend Kate Spade’s balance sheet has been all that attractive lately.

Basically, Kate’s less-than-fashionable stock price (kate) is your reward.

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One of the categories that tends to be a sweet spot for shoppers at Kate Spade is the tech accessories line. Pro tip: never pay full price. ($40 for a plastic iPhone case? You can do better.)

But with a good sale and a promo code (this time: “Bubbly,” how apropos), you can generally find a good bargain on smartphone wristlets and laptop bags that will definitely set you apart from the startup bro look in Silicon Valley.

Here’s a look at some of the tech accessories to consider this weekend.

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‘i am all ears’ iPhone Case

Not sure how many women in their late twenties or early thirties—usually the target demographic that has the disposable funds to pay for an aspirational brand like Kate Spade—want to have bunny rabbit ears for an iPhone case, but at least this one is nearly 50 percent off. And perhaps reflecting iPhone sales in general, the iPhone 7 case is slightly cheaper than the iPhone 6 one.

I AM ALL EARS iPhone 7 case: $20.00

I AM ALL EARS iPhone 6 case: $23.00

I AM ALL EARS iPhone 6 Plus case: $23.00

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‘Hello Gorgeous’ iPhone Case

Although this doesn’t actually set you up for a selfie, the mirror design does at a bit of whimsy.

HELLO GORGEOUS iPhone 6 case: $22.00

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‘Mix It Up’ iPhone Case

For those who want to be completely on the nose about their fondness for mixing classic and cutting-edge tech, it doesn’t get more retro than a cassette tape-fashioned iPhone case.

MIX IT UP iPhone 6 case: $22.00

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‘Initial’ iPhone Case

Monograms, if done right, can add a bit of class and maturity, but are often a bit stodgy. (Think monogram towels.) But Kate Spade added some spark (!) with these monograms. However, not all letters of the alphabet remain, so act fast if you want your initials.

INITIAL iPhone 7 case: $28.00

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‘Le Pavillion’ iPhone Case

Polka dots are one of Kate Spade’s more traditional, evergreen patterns, sometimes even sold at the Apple Store and department stores—but not always at a discounted price. This could be your chance.

LE PAVILLION iPhone 6 Plus case: $29.00

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‘Jeweled Glitter Mask’ iPhone Case

The iPhone case for those who want to go ALL OUT in welcoming the arrival of Fifty Shades Darker.

JEWELED GLITTER MASK iPhone 6 case: $32.00

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‘Hello’ Folio iPhone Case

A slightly more professional look that also doubles as a wallet for a few ID and credit cards. It’s also one of the best deals available considering it was originally priced at $75.

HELLO FOLIO iPhone 6 case: $38.00

HELLO FOLIO iPhone 7 case: $38.00

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13-inch Neoprene ‘Dot’ Laptop Sleeve

This one is you get what you are looking and pay for: a simple, snug sleeve (with just a hint of personality) to keep your laptop secure in your bag, either between meetings or while traveling.

13-inch neoprene DOT laptop sleeve: $53.00

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13-inch ‘Saffiano’ Laptop Bag

This is a slim bag at still a steep price for just a laptop bag. Don’t expect to put much more in here than a magazine or a few sheets of paper. Then again, if you’re shopping for tech accessories at Kate Spade, you’re probably already cognizant of the fact that you’re paying a premium for style notes and design versus just utility.

13-inch SAFFIANO bag: $178.00 – $209.00

Sale prices and the promo code are valid through Presidents Day itself, Monday, February 20.

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