If you've been waiting for an opportunity to buy one of Lenovo's latest Moto Z smartphones then this might be just it. Both Lenovo and Best Buy now offer new incentives for prospective Moto Z buyers, with Lenovo shaving $150 off three Moto Z models for a limited period of time, and Best Buy pairing the smartphones with a couple of different Moto Mods.
Lenovo enthusiasts who are considering buying an unlocked flagship model directly from the manufacturer's website can now take advantage of a $150 discount with no strings attached. The offer is valid for the Lenovo Moto Z, as well as the Verizon-exclusive Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid. The deal is straightforward with no rebates, and all you need to do to take advantage of the price reduction is to head down to Motorola's website (source link below), get a promo code, and complete a short form which should include an email address. The claimed coupon can then be used to purchase the unlocked Moto Z for the price of $549.99 (down from $699.99), the Moto Z Droid for $474 (down from $624), and the Moto Z Force Droid for $570 instead of $720. Motorola's offer will last for a limited time only, until the 18th of November, so you may want to hurry up if you wish to take advantage of the deal.
In addition to Lenovo's discount on the official website, Best Buy is also sweetening its Lenovo Moto Z deals by shuffling the free module attachments coupled with the Moto Z Droid and Z Force Droid. While the retailer used to pair the Moto Z line-up with a free Insta-Share Projector Moto Mod, Best Buy now couples the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid with a JBL SoundBoost stereo speaker Moto Mod, as well as an Incipio offGRID portable charger Moto Mod with a capacity of 2,220 mAh. Furthermore, Best buy offers a $100 gift card along with a Monthly Installment Billing purchase and Verizon smartphone activation. Lenovo's Moto Z smartphone lineup is an interesting take on the concept of modular smartphone design, and handsets in the series offer an arguably more elegant solution compared to other modular devices, including the LG G5.