If you haven’t been able to make it out to your local Sprint store yet, here’s a look at an EVO pricing and bundles “hotsheet” that could be waiting for you there (larger version below). I say “could” because the two Sprints I went to this morning were using different sheets, so it seems the available accessories and maybe even some of the pricing will vary by location. Prices in Hawaii are often higher than the MSRP too, so you may find a better deal at your local store.
In addition to being able to receive 20% off two or more accessories (yay!), what stood out to me was the complete absence of any mention of the Sprint Mobile Hotspot feature. There’s the $10 EVO premium pack and $7 total equipment protection fees itemized in each plan option, but nowhere on the sheet is the optional hotspot add-on. The EVO certainly isn’t the first phone that can be used as a mobile hotspot, of course, but it’s still a compelling feature that I would’ve expected to see advertised.