HiHonor.com is doing a "Back to School" promotion starting today and ending on September 6, the deals are available in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. In the UK you can grab an Honor 9X Pro, Huawei MagicWatch 2 and an Honor Router 3 (don't miss our review), all for ?250. That's the MSRP of the phone itself - the watch and router are freebies.
Also, there's a ?30 coupon included, a month of Huawei music and a year of Huawei Cloud (15 GB storage).
A nice laptop would be very useful for students and you won't have to worry about app stores either. The Honor MagicBook 14 (bundled with a wireless mouse and the Router 3) is available for ?500. The larger Honor MagicBook 15 plus the Honor smartwatch can be yours for ?530.
Alternatively, you can grab an Honor 9A for EUR130, this includes an Honor Mini speaker (worth EUR25), a month of Huawei Music to test it a year of Huawei Cloud (15 GB) and 3 film vouchers for Huawei Video. The Honor 20 Pro, a case for it and the Router 3 are EUR400.
An Honor 9X Pro Router 3 and an Honor Sport Bluetooth headset can be had for EUR260. A more affordable Honor 9A plus router are available for EUR150, the Honor 20 Pro, case and router are EUR400.
The 15.6" laptop is also available if you prefer a larger screen.
Germany: MagicBook 14 + router bundle (MagicBook 15 also available) You can find all the details on the German promos here. For example, the 9X Pro and 9A come with Huawei Music and Cloud subscriptions.
In the Honor 20 Pro deal, you can swap the router for the Honor Sport headset. Moving on to Italy, the Honor 9X Pro and Router 3 are EUR230, the price drops to EUR130 if you get the Honor 9A instead. The MagicBok 15 + router + mouse are EUR550.
No coupons or extra freebies here, though. Head over to the forums for more details.
The 9A + router combo is available here too, EUR130, as is the more upscale offering of Honor 20 Pro + the router for EUR350.
Read up on the other Spanish deals here.
Also note that you can head to your local HiHonor.com page for many more bundles (ones not necessarily tied to the coming school year).