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Pad & Quill 4th of July sale: Up to 75% off iPad and iPhone cases + more

9to5Toys Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
An early Pad & Quill 4th of July sale is starting today with a selection of clearance gear at up to *50% off* as well as some deep deals on new releases. From now through this weekend, Pad & Quill is making down a number of its iPhone covers, iPad cases, and more by as much as *50% *and you can use our special promo code to knock an additional *15% off* of that. Head below for a closer look. more…

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