Motorola to try again with Cyber Monday Motorola Moto X sale on December 9th
Starting next Monday at 12 noon, Motorola will post a registration form at motorola.com/holiday2daysale. After you register, Motorola will send you a unique code good through December 11th. And as they say on those late night-ads, "Wait...there's more." When checking out of the Moto Maker, type in THANKS in the coupon code box and get 30% off accessories. Not all accessories are included, so make sure that the ones you select are part of the promotion
Now here is where things get a little dicey. The registration page will only stay posted until a certain limit is reached. Once that happens, the registration page closes and you're SOL. Also, we should point out that if the 32GB Moto X is your thing, you can use the code sent to you by Motorola to take $150 off that model as well.
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Motorola Moto X Cyber Monday moved to December 9th
source: Motorola via TmoNews
4. toiletcleaner (Posts: 176; Member since: 10 Oct 2012)
Motorola should said that they will give the codes in 15 minutes. I hate how they are handling the orders,
6. Sniggly (Posts: 6424; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
Um, Alan, the way you wrote the article makes it sound like they didn't actually do the sale today. They did, and they're doing it again on Monday. Thought you might like to clarify.
7. camera531 (Posts: 59; Member since: 30 Jun 2012)
This is such a ridiculous way to have a sale. It was originally promoted as a FULL DAY SALE, not some extremely limited code system for a few minutes. Really uncool.
8. Sniggly (Posts: 6424; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
It was designed to keep the site from overloading again. Frankly, the whole point of Black Friday/Cyber Monday is to have doorbuster prices on limited quantities. Motorola might have had hundreds of thousands of codes set aside. It's not their fault so many people wanted the deal that it sold out in 8 minutes.