HTC Black Friday Deals Start Next Monday, Includes $200 Off HTC 10 and RE Camera for $75

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I’m truly sorry if you are over reading about Black Friday deals, but what can I say, it’s that time of year. Today, HTC announced its plans for Black Friday, and to switch it up, the company is kicking off its sales next Monday, November 21 at 12AM Eastern. 

Included in the deals, HTC is taking $200 off the HTC 10, will sell the RE Camera for $75, One A9 for $275, One M9 for $300, UA Healthbox for $300, and all accessories will be marked at 40% off.

Below, check out the entire list of HTC’s deals.

The below link will take you straight to the deals on Novembver 21, which again, kicks off at 12AM Eastern. As for when the deals come to end, that would be 3AM Eastern on November 30.

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