HTC has Nexus 9, One M9, and One A9 savings in store for ‘Cyber Week’
Considering HTC’s poor financial condition, and its recent constant efforts of making devices like the One M9, Desire 626, One A9, Nexus 9, and Re Camera more attractive to the masses, it felt safe to predict bargain hunters would have plenty to savor on and around Black Friday.
Forget just a 24-hour promotion on Tuesday, as starting Wednesday, November 25, you’ll have a full week of Cyber deals to choose from. First, the Nexus 9 will be offered at a 40 percent discount between 9 PM PT the day after tomorrow and 9 PM on Friday, November 27.
That should bring the stock Android tablet’s price down to $240 with 16GB storage and Wi-Fi connectivity, while a 32 gig LTE configuration will cost $360 for the duration of the Thanksgiving arrangement. The latter model will also net you a free Logitech keyboard as long as you’re among the first 500 buyers at the special tag.
Up next, you’ll get 40 percent off all accessories as part of a weekend sale in effect from Friday, November 27, at 9:01 PM through Sunday, at 9 PM PT. In case you miss out on the complimentary Nexus 9 Logitech keyboard, you can take advantage of this promo to score HTC’s even better keyboard folio on the cheap. Or you could instead grab a “Magic Case.” Or Dot View cases, earphones, and rapid chargers designed specifically for the One M9.
Speaking of the flagship phone, it’ll itself be sold at a marked down price on Cyber Monday, i.e. between 9:01 PM on November 29 and 11:59 PM PT on December 2. Currently listed at $649 outright, the aluminum unibody 5-incher should be slashed to $390, i.e. 40 percent off. Also on Cyber Monday, expect to see the Re Camera discounted by 60 percent, with a Re Protection Pack thrown in to sweeten the deal.
Last but not least, a new trade-in program will allow you to swap a used iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, or 6s Plus for a gratis One A9. Or you can ditch a Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, and receive a $200 One A9 rebate. Those other deals sound much better, don’t they?