HTC is offering a number of deals this week for its Green is Good campaign. The company's flagship 10 is available for $150 off of its normal price of $699, making the device available for $549. You can grab any carrier model you want - Sprint and Verizon only come in Glacier Silver, while the T-Mobile model also comes in Carbon Gray - or you can get the unlocked model, which also comes in Topaz Gold and the new Camellia Red.
If you're on a budget and you're looking for something low end, the Desire 626 is available for $80 off, bringing the price down to $99. The device is available in models from AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as unlocked. Each one comes in a single color, and they're all different. The AT&T model is Marine White, T-Mobile is Grey Lava, and the unlocked device comes in White Birch.
The UA Band fitness tracker is also on sale for $120, which is $60 off of its normal price. Unlike the two phones, the Band doesn't list an October 8 expiration date for the deal; however, if you're planning on getting one, you should probably do it soon, just to be safe.
HTC has been discounting its devices quite a bit lately. Back in August, it temporarily discounted the 10 by $100, and a few weeks ago, it offered 40% off of the One A9, knocking the price down from $499 to $299.
You can head over to htc.com to grab any of these deals, and you can also enter to win a number of prizes, such as a Vive, RE camera, 10, and more.