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Motorola Extend Their Valentine’s Day $100 Off $500 Promotion To February 17th

February 13, 2015 - Written By John Anon

At the start of February, love was in the air in the Motorola offices as they decided to launch a new promotion specifically for Valentine’s Day. In short, if you spend $500 on the Motorola website then you could take advantage of a nice $100 off of the total. Not to mention that if you spend $250 then you could save a less sweet (but still sweet enough $35). Of course for those who got in the act early, the savings were even greater. Motorola kicked off the promotion by announcing that those who signed up on their site in the 24 hour period starting Feb 2nd would receive a promo code. That code would entitle those early adopters to a $140 saving (compared to the $100 saving) off of purchases of $500 or more. Or $50 saving (compared to the $35 saving) off of purchases of $250 or more. So, either way, there was a saving to be had by all.

Well, as this was a Valentine’s Day promotion it was due to end on February 14th (makes sense right). So, anyone out there thinking about picking up an electrical gift for the partner, could make some decent savings. Especially if they were edging towards the higher $500 marker. Well, it now seems that as Valentine’s Day is approaching, Motorola are feeling the love even more. That is because they have now decided to extend the deadline for the promotion.

Now, the promotion will run until February 17th. Meaning, once Valentine’s Day has come and gone and those flowers you bought received (or gave) have begun to wilt, you will still have time to run out and make good on those savings. You would be wise though, to make sure you do not wait until the deadline day, as it seems the deal will end at midday (and not midnight as you would expect) on the 17th. Not to mention, you are best to be reminded that the Google Nexus 6 nor the Moto X (on Republic Wireless) are included in the deal. Other than that, Motorola is your oyster. Click the source link below to head over to Motorola and start making good on those savings.