Deal Alert: HTC EVO 3D Being Offered For Only $50 At – 1 Day Only

Wish I saw this deal before I traded my Nexus S for one but maybe you guys can get in on this. Sprint is having a 1-day sale on the HTC Evo 3D (my current favorite Android device) and offering the phone for only $50 with a 2-year agreement or upgrade. This is one helluva deal as it’s normally $200 and in comparison to the original OG Evo 4G which is still $100 on contract, it makes this even more of a steal. You may have noticed the phone is also available in the new “purple rain” color, something I’ve been lusting over since it was released. Deal expires December 7th (tomorrow) so hit up the source link to grab yours.

[Via Sprint]

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  • Alchemy08

    ehhh….Amazon is doing the same deal as well, which might even last longer than…..what they need is the Galaxy Nexus then they can have my money. :/

    • Chris Chavez

      Amazon is being weird and wont let you upgrade if you’re on a family plan.

      Looks like it is..

  • Slizzard Lizard

    Ill stick with my infuse but thanksB-)

  • Jawman

    Hopefully they’re doing this to clear out inventory for the Galaxy Nexus!! Or will it be called the Sprint Galaxy Nexus 4G Touch?

  • toomuchgame441

    Just picked up this lil bad boy on eBay, not renewing my contract… I just want to root my 3D and get some ICS love on it.

    • Chris Chavez

      I have an upgrade and debating on whether or not I should use it on this… arrrrrgh..

      • Alchemy08

        don’t waste it CES and MWC is around the corner….plus sprint hasn’t put anything hot out for this winter(no pun intended) compared to the other 3 carriers like verizon and at&t with their LTE devices and t-moible 42mbps phones Sprint only has the GS2 to fall back on for Android devices. 

  • sonofLA

    Its a shitty should be free.

    • Justin Griswold


  • Austin

    The corporate stores are honoring the shift and evo 3d pricing and waiving activation fees as well threw Wednesday

  • Jeff Connon

    Activation fees are only waived for a new line or new account. If your upgrading lines you have to pay the activation fee which blows in my opinion. I was considering upgrading my three kids crappy Samsung Moments for Christmas. For $50.00 I was all in. Add the activation fee for a phone that I have and have shitty phone service with, not so much.

  • Austin

    In the store the activation fee is waived for new lines and upgrades i have the email stating so directly from corporate.

    • Jeff Connon

      I will have to check that out. When I chatted with a rep online they would not waive the activation for me to order online.