Buy an Honor 7X soon, get a price reduction or free stuff

Vlad, 05 December 2017

Today Honor made the 7X official for international markets, and it's already available in many countries (the main exception at the moment seems to be the US, where it's only up for pre-order).

The Huawei owned online-only brand has prepared some interesting launch promotions, which see you either saving some cash compared to the handset's official price, or net you freebies - but in every case you need to act fast. Don't put off purchasing the Honor 7X if you want in on these.


Until stocks last, if you buy the 7X you will receive a free Honor Band 3 fitness tracker. That's a £69.99 value. Note that at the moment Honor's online store doesn't ship this bundle to Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland, but that will change soon.


If you get your Honor 7X before January 15, you will then receive a €50 mail-in rebate. This effectively makes the phone cost only €249.90. That's much more palatable than the usual price of €299.90 when compared to how much the 7X costs in the US, namely $199.99 (which at the current exchange rates is about €169).


Simply clicking on the obvious "discount code" link in Honor's online store means you will have a code that takes a cool €50 off the price of the phone. Note however that this is available today only, until midnight Italy time.


The same promo code scheme applies here as in Italy, except in this case only the first 200 people to request the code will actually get one. So even if you try right now, you may unfortunately be too late.


Over here you get a free 13,000 mAh Huawei power bank as well as a pair of Honor Sport Bluetooth earbuds - which you can have in blue, black, or red. There are no specific details as to how long this deal will last, though.


Reader comments

  • Loach

It wont be so huge difference if the net price of USA will be compared to the net price in EU...

  • Anonymous

this is normal, for European people, you still have your American dream :) Europe is more expensive in everything, I mean for western part of Europe

  • Sid

Now you know how it feels... :P

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