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Motorola Launches New Holiday Savings Promotion Running Until December 23rd

December 16, 2014 - Written By John Anon

If Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Green Monday were collectively not time enough for you to find the perfect Christmas gift for someone (or for yourself), then you might be interested in this news snippet. It seems Motorola have started another promotion and this one is not too bad. As long as you have some cash to spend that is. If you do and interested in a new Motorola device then listen up.

As part of the Motorola promotion, if you spend $350 then you will instantly save $50. Likewise, if you spend $500 or more then you will instantly reap a $100 saving. So if you were planning on picking up a new phone like the second generation Moto X then this might be a deal worth taking up. The promotion is already live and will be valid until December 23rd, so this really is a Christmas type deal. Unfortunately, there is a couple of exclusions (as there always seems to be) which should be noted. The first one is the Google Nexus 6. Yep, unfortunately, this promotion cannot be used to purchase the new Nexus device. However, as it is pretty much never in stock anyway and so this should not be too much of an issue. Likewise, it is also not usable for the Moto X on Republic Wireless (all other carriers seems to be fine). Lastly, it seems it also cannot be used on the Moto E smartphone either.

That said though, it is still a deal worth taking a quick look at it. For instance, there doesn’t seem to be any issues with picking the Moto 360 smartwatch up along with a few accessories to push you over the $350 marker and instantly saving the $50. Likewise, you can pick up the 2014 Moto X (as long it is not on Republic wireless remember) and save $100. However, if you are thinking about the Moto X then it is worth noting that is is very conveniently priced at $499. So you might want to throw an extra case or spare charger into your cart to push it over the $500 marker. So, how does the promotion sound? Anyone planning on taking advantage of it? Let us know if you do and what you get?