AndroidGood and EVOTips & Deals

HTC offers minimum $100 trade up credit for new HTC One

HTC trade in offer - for some reason we don't have an alt tag here

For a limited time only, HTC is offering early adopters of the new HTC One a $100 trade up credit for their old phones – regardless of what your old phone is or if it’s worth much less. Here’s how to take advantage of the deal:

  1. Go to HTC’s cash back website (linked below).
  2. Submit your email address.
  3. Once you buy your new HTC One phone, send in your old phone with proof of purchase of your new phone, and HTC will send you a Visa prepaid gift card worth $100 or the cost of your old phone – whichever is greater.

While you’ll probably be able to get more money for your old HTC EVO on Craigslist or eBay, this is still a good deal if you’ve got an old phone laying around that’s not worth very much, which you’ve been meaning to get rid of. In my case, I’ve got several old Samsung sliders and an old Samsung Blackjack – all of which are probably only worth a few bucks – that I could potentially get $100 for. And if HTC determines your phone to be worth more, then you’ll get more.

Overall, this isn’t a bad deal – and it’s probably better than most carrier trade-in offers (I’m looking at you, Sprint).

[HTC]
Pocketables does not accept targeted advertising, phony guest posts, paid reviews, etc. Help us keep this way with support on Patreon!
Become a patron at Patreon!

John F

John was the editor-in-chief at Pocketables. His articles generally focus on all things Google, including Chrome and Android, although his love of new gadgets and technology doesn't stop there. His current arsenal includes the Nexus 6 by Motorola, the 2013 Nexus 7 by ASUS, the Nexus 9 by HTC, the LG G Watch, and the Chromebook Pixel, among others.

Avatar of John F

6 thoughts on “HTC offers minimum $100 trade up credit for new HTC One

  • Avatar of Samy Farrow

    This is an interesting deal. I would do it with my og Evo, but alas, I’m not eligible for an upgrade, and would rather wait out the length of my contract than sign again with Sprint.

    Reply
  • Avatar of David Cordero

    If I wasn’t a Sprint customer, I would probably consider this deal. We’re approaching one year since the EVO 4G LTE went on the market and Sprint seems to have barely made a dent in the nationwide rollout of its LTE network. That’s a lot of extra money that customers have shelled out each month for a service for which they have yet to receive the benefit.

    Reply
  • I want one. Probably can’t though cause i have the evo lte. Wonder what they would give for that? I prob coudn’t do it either cause of over a year left on the contrat grrrr.

    Reply
  • Avatar of Steve Gaudreau

    Naaa! I’ll keep my Evo

    Reply
  • Avatar of Patrick

    Only two things I really like about this phone. The display resolution, and the stereo speakers. I’m not sure how that would be any benefit being so close together, unless they could emit sonic sound straight to your ears that nobody else can hear.

    Those two things also sound like battery killers.

    Not so sure about that camera.

    If I could get a good value for trading in my Evo 4G LTE, I’ll check it out.

    Reply
  • Avatar of Steve Gaudreau

    What do you think the value of the Evo 4G LTE is in excellent condition?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *