HTC's Black Friday deals start tomorrow

HTC's Black Friday deals begin tomorrow, November 21st, at 12:00am EST and continue through November 29th at 12:00am EST. During that stretch of time, you can save $50 on company's best flagship in years, the HTC U11. That comes with free JBL Reflect Aware C headphones, which normally cost $199.99. In addition, buyers of the U11 will also receive a free HTC Fetch, valued at $19.99. With this keychain style device, you press a button to activate your phone's ringtone alerting you to the location of your handset as long as it's within 50 feet of the Fetch.

There are other deals, of course, including one involving the HTC U11 life. $349 gets you the handset along with a free HTC Fetch. In addition, purchase a new phone and all accessories are half-off. And if you have an older HTC flagship such as the HTC One (M8), the HTC One M9 or the HTC One A9, cases for these models are $5 each.

To reiterate, here are HTC's Black Friday deals available in the U.S. starting tomorrow, November 21st:
  • HTC U11: $50 off + free JBL Reflect Aware C headphones ($199.99 value) + free HTC Fetch ($19.99 value) = $599 for 4GB RAM/64GB version or $679 for 6GB RAM/128GB version.
  • HTC U11 life: $349 + free HTC Fetch ($19.99 value).
  • HTC Bolt: $400 off + free HTC Fetch ($19.99 value) = $200.
  • Accessories: 50% off with purchase of a phone.
  • Cases for HTC One M8, M9, and A9: just $5 each.

If interested in any of these HTC Black Friday deals, click on this link.

source: HTC



4. Sharky

Posts: 259; Member since: Jun 24, 2008

Pretty lackluster. The had the U Ultra @ $374 for a BF preview sale that was a much better deal. I could care less about getting free things that I might not even want along with the purchase.

3. notfair

Posts: 788; Member since: Jan 30, 2017

HTC has 20% off for the U11 in Switzerland. From 729CHF to 583CHF (the 128GB version) U11+ has only 10%

2. theot14430 unregistered

Black Friday is the 24th.

1. torr310

Posts: 1751; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

U11 is a great device. Those JBL headphones don't have good reviews and are selling for $99. If HTC slashed $100 on U11 without those freebies, the deal would be much attractive.

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