While most of them, such as Best Buy, RadioShack and Sprint itself are having it for $199.99 on a two-year contract, there are some things you can do to knock the price down, and they are mainly connected with returning your trusted old HTC EVO 4G for the new kid on the Android block.
Best Buy has its buyback program, Sprint values your old EVO 4G at $150, and Radio Shack will knock off $100 off the price with an HTC EVO 4G or an HTC EVO Shift 4G return. If you don't have anything to trade-in, Wirefly has the 3D-enabled handset for $179.99.
The cherry on the top is placed by Target, however - it will sell you the HTC EVO 3D for $50, when you return your old HTC EVO 4G, and in the press release the store chain sent us, it states that with the 5% off you get when you sign for a Target REDcard, the deal becomes the irresistible $40 for one of the hottest Android handsets ever to hit US shores. Amazon hasn't listed its pricing yet, but we have the feeling it won't be long.
source: Target, RadioShack