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Best Buy Offering $50 Gift Card With Moto 360 (2nd Gen)

March 15, 2016 - Written By Kishalaya Kundu

Best buy is offering $50 gift cards to all buyers of Motorola’s 2nd generation Moto 360 and Moto 360 Sport smartwatches. The vouchers are being offered as part of a new promo and will be redeemable toward future purchases at Best Buy. The listed price of the smartwatches range from $299.99 for a 42 mm stainless steel model with a leather strap to $399.99 for a 46 mm stainless steel model with either black or silver metal straps. There are also multiple other models on offer in both sizes, with prices varying between $300 and $400. There are also at least three models of the 45 mm Moto 360 Sport that are listed at $299.99. While the black and white versions of the device are still available to purchase, the bright orange (Flame) version is listed as ‘Sold Out Online’. The gift cards are available with all the 2nd gen models, and Best Buy is also throwing in free shipping just to sweeten the deal.

Of course, smartwatches are not the only Motorola devices which are selling at hefty discounts right now. Some of Motorola’s smartphones can also be had for a few bucks less currently, although most of those offers are valid only for a day or two. B&H Photo Video is running a 1-day sale on the Moto G (3rd gen), whereby the 8 GB variant of the device can be bought for a flat $30 off. The smartphone normally costs $180, but for Tuesday only, it can be bought for just $150. The retailer is also throwing in a 32GB Class 10 SanDisk microSDHC memory card and a $20 gift voucher with it. The freebies are available over and above the $30 cash discount.

Meanwhile, Motorola and at least a couple of third-party retailers are also offering a flat $50 to $100 discount (depending on the model) on the Moto X Pure smartphone, which happens to be one of the two premium smartphones launched by the Lenovo-owned company last year, with the Droid Turbo 2 being the other one. As for the Moto X Pure, the 32 GB version of the device normally comes with a price-tag of $400, but over the next couple of days, it can be had for just $300 at Motorola, Amazon and Best Buy. Meanwhile, the 64 GB variant, which sports a $450 price-tag, has now been discounted to $400 over the next few days.