Best Buy knocking $50-$100 off EVO line through March 4

Best Buy knocking $50-$100 off EVO line through March 4

We just got word from Best Buy advising that they will be discounting all of Sprint’s EVO product line for the next few days.  Starting today (March 1) and running through March 4th, Best Buy will take anywhere between $50 and $100 of the entire series of phones.  For the most part this puts all models at $49.99 however the EVO Design ends up totally free with a qualified plan.  Head to your local Best Buy and/or Best Buy Mobile location to take advantage of the savings!

Smartphones as part of the offer include:

  • Save $99.99 – Sprint HTC EVO Design (FREE)
  • Save $50 – Sprint HTC EVO 3D ($49.99)
  • Save $50 – Sprint HTC EVO Shift ($49.99)
  • Save $50 – Sprint HTC EVO 4G Black ($49.99)
  • Save $50 – Sprint HTC EVO 4G White ($49.99)

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3 Comments

  1. GiqueGEAR_Todd
    March 01, 21:19 Reply

    As an EVO 3D owner, I think this offer might be more enticing when HTC gives an actual date when ICS will be available for the EVO phones.

  2. superfreak
    March 01, 22:31 Reply

    This means they are clearing inventory for a new Evo in the upcoming months, maybe engadget was right about the HTC One X

  3. Dwreck420
    March 02, 10:13 Reply

    its so annoying that the only over these discounts on new contracts. i would buy more phones brand new than on ebay if they threw me a bone once in a while.

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