The whole world is waiting for the upcoming premiere of the HTC One M9, however, it doesn’t necessarily mean that its predecessor isn’t worth your attention any more. If you want to get the HTC One M8, the manufacturer gives you a nice Valentine’s Day gift, announcing its special sale that cuts the price of the phone and selling it cheaper by $150. Additionally, you may also grab one of the HTC’s RE cameras that now goes with 25% discount. However, you must to hurry, the offer is a time limited deal valid only through this weekend.
HTC Valentine’s Day Offer
If you decide to buy the HTC One M8 this weekend you can get one straight from the manufacturer’s US official online store for $500, which include a $150 discount. The phone is available in all color options and for any carrier you wish, including Sprint’s special Harman/Kardon version. You may also buy an unlocked model or even a developer version.
Aside the good deal on the M8 the manufacturer is also cutting prices of its other products. For instance, if you’re not interested in purchasing the One M8 since you’ve already had one on your one, perhaps you will feel like getting yourself the HTC’s Re camera, which now costs only $149 after 25% discount.
Other Valentine’s Day promotions from HTC cover selected cases with prices cut by half, like for example HTC Dot View Premium case now available for $25, or the HTC Flip case for $15 and the Double Dip case for $12.50.
It worth mentioning that this special deal is the exclusively US promotion which expires this Monday. So, if you like to take advantage of any of the discussed sales, better make a quick decision head over to HTC store.
The new HTC One M9 is allegedly scheduled to debut during the this year’s MWC that kicks off on March 1st. No wonder then that the manufacturer’s wants to protect its 2014 flagship smartphone from gathering dust and tries to sell off the M8 stock. No matter what intentions lead HTC, the most important thing is that it allows us to buy contract-free one of the best 2014 phones considerably cheaper.
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