Thanks to The Today Show; You Can Save Up to $150 on Your Dream Moto X

Many of you might remember the unfortunate Cyber Monday sale from Motorola that resulted in a rescheduling of sorts of their originally planned sale. Well, that sale is returning, sort of, with those looking to get their hands on a Moto X given the change to get $150 off of a full-priced Moto X or 50% off an on-contract device. While this is perfect last-minute shipping territory we would warn you that there's no guarantees at all that the device will make it to you before Christmas, in fact it's highly unlikely. If you can wait though, the Today Show has a last-minute Christmas present for you all.

The offer is valid for all four major carriers too, allowing you to choose your poison from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint. As the image above suggests, this offer is an "exclusive" to those that were watching the Today Show. However, the secret password, or code needed to get your money off is hardly a secret at this point. Also, those fancy Bamboo backs aren't eligible in this deal, sorry folks. All you need to do to place an order for the Moto X of your dreams is to fill out this registration form and use the code "todayshow50". That's it folks!

By now, it'd be pretty surprising if you didn't know what the Moto Maker offers but, essentially it allows you to create your own Moto X. Choosing from a myriad of color combinations and more, in fact our own Alexander Maxham created his own Moto X instead of adopting the excellent, and affordable Nexus 5. So, the question is, is the Moto X worth it, even with all this money off? Our review most certainly says so and if you're looking to pull the trigger, this is one of the best times to do so, we can't imagine Motorola pulling many more of these flash sales in the future, if at all. Let us know in the comments below and over on Google+ if you took advantage of today's deal!

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