Pick Up A Moto X From Motorola In The Next Week And Get A Moto E (2015) For Free


At present, there seems to be a number of deals circulating. If you are in the market for a Motorola DROID Turbo, then yesterday we saw the price on a two-year contract with Verizon drop down to $149.99 from $199.99. If you are more in the mind of Samsung, then yesterday Sprint launched a bundle deal in which you can pick up a Samsung Galaxy S5 and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, both with data plans and all for a straight $100 a month.

That said, if you are after a Motorola device but not too keen on the DROID Turbo, then maybe this is a good time to pick up the Moto X. That is because, Motorola seem to be offering quite an interesting deal at the moment. It seems if you order a Moto X through Motorola's Moto Maker, you can add a Moto E (2015) to your cart for free. That works out to be a straight $119 saving on the newly released device.


In terms of the deal, there does not seem to be that many restrictions. You do have to buy through the website (and cannot buy in-store and then use PIN online) but that is about it. You can buy the Moto X full outright with no contract for $399.99. Alternatively, you can buy it on a two-year contract with either Verizon or AT&T which will only set you back $99.99 up front. Either route will entitle you to the free Moto E. It is also worth noting that the promo is not exactly well-advertised but once you start clicking through the Moto X options on Moto Maker and eventually choose your contract/non-contract option, you should see the deal details show up. At which point you can just add the Moto E to your cart and the price will be deducted during checkout. Other than all of that, the promotion states that it runs until March 24th. So you have a week from today to grab a free Moto E along with a Moto X. Great deal if someone's birthday is coming up soon. Bag a phone for you and one for them. Hit the source link below if you are planning on taking advantage of the deal.

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