HTC 10 at $150 off, One A9 at $200 off, and more during the company's Seven Days of Sappiness sale


Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and while some of you may stick with the traditional gift of chocolates and roses, your tech-loving partner would likely appreciate a shiny new phone over a box of stale candy. Whether you're getting something nice for someone you love or want to treat yourself this coming Tuesday, HTC is offering some pretty solid savings on a  wide array of various smartphones and accessories just in time for the upcoming holiday.

All of the deals and savings are part of HTC's "Seven Days of Sappiness" sale, and the biggest savings you'll find is with $250 off of 2015's HTC One M9. The One M9 may not be the newest handset around, but at just $399 with free shipping and HTC's fantastic UH OH protection service, you're getting a lot of bang for your buck. If the One M9 isn't up your alley though, HTC is also advertising a $200 discount on the One A9 (final price of $299) and $150 off of last year's HTC 10 (lowered to just $549). Additionally, both the One A9 and 10 also come with free UH OH protection to give you peace of mind with your shiny new toy.

If you'd still like to score some savings but aren't necessarily in the market for a brand new smartphone, the JBL Reflect Aware C Earphones are on sale for just $99.99 (down from $199.99), and you can also get 50% off all other accessories with the purchase of either the M9, A9, or 10. The sale is live now and will continue for the next seven days, so be sure to act fast if you're interested in anything being discounted here.

source: HTC via Android Central

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10 Comments

1. Furbal unregistered

They need to refresh the a9 with a 625.

2. libra89

Posts: 2271; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

I loved the size and feel of the a9 but the battery life left a lot to be desired.

3. tedkord

Posts: 17311; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

How bad? My last HTC phone was the Thunderbolt. While it was a great device otherwise, it's pathetic battery life has kept me away from HTC since.

4. libra89

Posts: 2271; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

I haven't had it on Nougat but I barely got a day on MM. To be fair, I don't know if the radios in it just didn't agree with my area or so because my signal was bad. I have read similar things about battery life for the a9 from others though.

5. rocketman1

Posts: 99; Member since: May 07, 2016

7 days of sadness. Htc aint selling I hope they go belly up. The tytn 2(amongst other models search Google "tytn ii video driver issues" ) with no gpu driver. The lying bs they sold people with ultrapixel in the m7 with purple tint and banding. Overheating sbetty recharge times and discharge was way too fast. Even when using it, the phone was plugged in a wall outlet it would still discharge. U had to leave it unused for it to charge. Htc 10 is a fail and I hope they fall. Never again for me or my wife.

9. lamseunyau

Posts: 38; Member since: Apr 27, 2015

shutup you haven't tried the 10, it's the most completely refined phone out there

6. tywanjames

Posts: 63; Member since: Mar 02, 2012

They really need to do a half off sale on all accessories and handsets. Than they have at least 1 sale from me as I want a !0 but i just can't pay what they want for a 10 month old phone, not including tax.

7. medicci37

Posts: 1361; Member since: Nov 19, 2011

That's still overpriced for the earphones as the sound on the reflect aware C sucks as does the name

8. whattabetch

Posts: 22; Member since: Jan 27, 2016

Get over yourself HTC lol. Anyone considering shelling out $550 for this HTC 10 "deal" - just go pick up the awesome Axon 7 at Best Buy for $400. And that includes warranty, earphones, case, and screen protector already on. HTC is embarrassing.

10. lamseunyau

Posts: 38; Member since: Apr 27, 2015

the only good thing about the axon 7 is the speakers. quit joking

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