Christmas may be over but that doesn't mean we have to stop receiving deals and such on all kinds of purchases. Motorola is still in the spirit of giving it seems as they have decided to throw out all kinds of deals to people who are going to be spending a decent amount of money on their site, perhaps in the spirit of love? You know, Valentines Day and all that. This is the first thing that came to mind after glossing over all the savings Motorola is willing to give to buyers, although that may not be their reasoning, it just seems like a good logical one. On second thought, these savings deals are good through Feb. 14th(which is Valentine's Day)so it's a good bet this is where Motorola's head was at.
For anyone that's interested, Motorola is saving you money if you spend a certain amount, and each deal seems to be a little bit different. For example, when you spend $499 or more(Moto X.. hint, hint)you save $100 off the total purchase, or you can save yourself $35 when you make a purchase of at least $249. Anyone in need of a Moto 360 smartwatch still? Motorola points out that you can mix and match your favorite Motorola devices and accessories to go along with those devices however there are a few exclusions that you'll come across as they don't honor the savings on every single device you can buy. This means you can't save $100 on the Nexus 6, or the Moto X 2014 on Republic Wireless. You also can't grab the savings with a purchase of the Moto Care Accident Protection plan.
There are also some limitations on how much of specific products you can buy, as Motorola is expecting these deals to be enticing enough that they want to make sure they have enough stock for everyone who may be interested. As such, you're limited to buying no more than two of the Moto X 2014 devices, two Moto G 2014 devices, two Moto 360's, or two of either of the 1st gen Moto E devices.(LTE and non-LTE)The good news is that you should be able to buy two Moto X phones and two Moto 360 purchases. You may even be able to split up the transactions into separate buys so you can snag the savings on each one.