Deals: HTC Father's Day Sale Includes $50 Off UA HealthBox, Free Headset With HTC 10 Purchase

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HTC is hosting a Father’s Day sale, offering money off on select products, as well as a free goodie if you purchase a particular smartphone. Running today through June 19, buyers can save $50 on a UA HealthBox (UA Band, UA Scale, UA Heart Rate), bringing the total down to $350. For those interested in the UA Band by itself, the price has been decreased by $20 to $160. 

As for the free goodie I mentioned previously, if you purchase a HTC 10 smartphone, HTC will kick in a free Jabra headset or HTC Pro Studio set of headphones. Which one you get will be decided by you at checkout. Once the HTC 10 is added to your cart, you will be provided with the ability to choose which headset you want.

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