HTC One A9

With the company already having a bad year, HTC is surely looking forward to Black Friday and Cyber Monday as much as the millions of Americans who will try and accomplish some semblance of shopping on those days. As such, the Taiwanese company unveiled its deals for the fiscal holidays, and they appear rather enticing.

Starting with what will surely be a headline-grabber, HTC will give you a free One A9 if you buy the handset between November 26 and December 2 and trade in either your iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, or iPhone 6S Plus. More specifically, HTC will give you a $500 rebate if you trade in the aforementioned Apple handsets. Since the One A9 itself currently goes for $500, the rebate essentially makes the phone free.

Alternatively, if you don’t have any of the four Apple smartphones and are still looking for a deal, you can get a $200 rebate if you trade in your Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge. Meanwhile, you’ll only get a $100 rebate if you trade in your LG G3 or G4. Much like with the iPhone rebates, these rebates will only be available from November 26 through December 2.

HTC didn’t stop there, however, as the company will take 40 percent off all Nexus 9 models from November 26-27. If you’re among the first 500 customers to buy the 32GB LTE model, HTC will also throw in a free Logitech keyboard. If you already own an HTC product and are looking for accessories on the cheap, HTC will take 40 percent off all its accessories from November 28-29.

Finally, HTC will offer two simultaneous discounts from November 30 through December 2: the RE Camera, which will receive a 60 percent discount, and the One M9, which will receive a 40 percent discount. The latter is particularly interesting, seeing how there’s been relatively low demand for the handset since its launch back in April, even though it’s supposed to be HTC’s flagship smartphone for 2015.

Of course, Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are unlikely to turn HTC’s already-low fortunes around, though they are likely to help in the short term.


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