Forget Spring Cleaning, Motorola Wants you to Pick up New Accessories with 30% off Sale


Around this time of year many people decide they need to do some spring cleaning by getting rid of old stuff or just cleaning up ship.  Motorola wants you to forget that idea, at least for your phone anyway, and pick up some new accessories that are made specifically for Motorola devices.  Using the coupon code "SPRING30" on Motorola's accessories store page will net you 30% off anything sold on the store outside of phones themselves.  This coupon code has to be applied at the checkout screen, so don't worry about that price tag til you get to the end.

What all does this cover?  Well Motorola sells just about everything you can imagine on its web store including Chromecast, which actually isn't covered by the promotional code here unfortunately.  All headsets seem to be covered, including the coveted wireless headphones from Motorola that usually go for $130 which are now under $100 thanks to the coupon code.  Don't forget to grab a case for your phone if you're worried about breaking it, and if you just want a little bit of protection without covering up too much of that beautiful device you spent so much time customizing there's plenty of minimal cases there too.  Power packs for charging on the go are included in the sale, as are car mounts for easy GPS navigation in your vehicle.  Don't forget the Motorola Skip which is available for a mere $9 and gives you the ability to quick unlock the phone as you pull it out of your pocket instead of having to enter a pin or other security code.

Overall the sale is pretty sweet and should net you some new goodies for your Moto X, Moto G or any of Verizon's 2013 Droid phones including the Droid Mini, Droid Ultra and Droid Maxx.  The sale goes through April 24th, so while that's still a few days out it'll sneak up on your in no time if you're not paying attention.  Hit up the store link below and start your shopping!

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