If you are looking for a deal on the 32 GB HTC One M7, Best Buy is clearing out the AT&T, Verizon and Sprint versions for $199.99.
Yes, this is the 2013 model which has been superseded by the HTC One M8, with the 2015 M9 is expected to launch this quarter. Still the M7 is high end phone with an original price of around $700. It has a metal body which is CNC machined from a single piece of aluminum, there's a quad core Snapdragon 600 1.7 GHz, processor 2GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, a great 4.7 inch 1080 x 1920px screen and front facing "Boom Sound" speakers that deliver loud and surprisingly good audio.
The HTC One's main camera is a little unusual in that it only has 4 megapixels. HTC deliberately reduced the pixel count so they could make the individual pixel sensors larger in order to greatly enhance low light performance. The camera also has optical image stabilization, HDR and a "next-generation" image processor. Most reviews of the camera say it that pictures taken in normal light look as good as with typical 8-16 MP smartphone cameras unless you blow them way up or use maximum digital zoom. On the other hand, the One's low light performance, a weak point with phone cameras, is excellent. There's also a conventional 2.1 MP front facing camera for selfies.
Enough about the phone, here are the deals:
AT&T HTC One M7 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99
Sprint (use on Ting, RingPlus, etc.) HTC One M7 32 GB LTE Android phone $199.99
The links go to the blue versions of the phones which are the only ones Best Buy will ship directly to you. The AT&T version is also available in black and the Verizon one in silver but only from stores subject to availability and they seem to be put of stock most places.
At this price I expect the HTC Ones to sell out fast so don't delay if you want one.