Latest serving of HTC Hot Deals lets you shave up to 30 percent off online purchases

It’s Tuesday, our Android-loving friends and readers, and those of you who’ve decided to stay faithful to HTC through thick and thin already know it’s discount time. The Hot Deals tradition carries on, and unlike last week, you can get more than just one heavily reduced product.

Everything in the Taiwanese device manufacturer’s online US store is on sale by 11:59 PM PT today, November 10, including the spanking new One A9 smartphone. If you purchase the handheld accused of copying iPhone designs alongside, say, a pair of Pro Studio earphones, a Dot View Ice case, and Rapid Charger 2.0, you automatically qualify for a 30 percent exemption off your bill.

The One A9 typically costs $499 outright, while the three accessories make for a combined $165. The grand total would be $665 or so, but for the next few hours, the bundle will only set you back $465. That’s merely an example of what HTC’s latest round of promotions can save you, with any expenses normally exceeding $650 bringing you 30 percent off, 20 percent deductions on $400 purchases, and 15 percent off for $200 spent.

Of course, the Nexus 9 doesn’t feel like the smartest buy this time around, once again starting at $399, and technically going for 30 percent off that, i.e. $280, only in combination with other gadgets and accessories worth at least an additional $251.

Besides the One A9 therefore, we can recommend the always tempting $649 One M9, the $459 Desire Eye photography champ, ultra-low-cost $179 Desire 626, or $399 One remix for Verizon.

Source: HTC

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