Get $100 rebate on Motorola Moto X, newest DROIDs with Motorola's trade-in offer

Get $100 rebate on Motorola Moto X, newest DROIDs with Motorola's trade-in offer
So, you're thinking of getting one of them Motorola Moto X smartphones? Or perhaps a new DROID of some kind? Then read carefully as this is a deal you might not want to miss. The latest Motorola smartphones can be had for $100 less as they are now listed on the company's trade-in website. All you need is an old Motorola smartphone that you're willing to part with. 

Here is how the deal works: first you go to the Motorola Trade-up web site and make sure that your old Moto smartphone is eligible. The Motorola Atrix 4G, Atrix 2, DROID 3, Photon 4G, Admiral, and many more Androids are all on the list. Then you buy a new Motorola smartphone of your choice, the hottest of them being the Motorola Moto X, DROID MAXX, DROID Ultra, and DROID Mini, of course. Ship your old smartphone along with a proof of purchase for the new handset and you'll get a $100 rebate within a 6- to 8-week period. It may be in the form of a "Verizon Wireless Gift Card, Motorola Visa Prepaid Card, carrier credit, or other equivalent at Motorola's sole discretion."

To get started, follow the source link below, which will take you straight to the Motorola Trade-up web page. Drop up a line in the comments and let us know which smartphone you'll be getting!



1. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

Hmm. I wonder if it works for those of us buying our phones on employee lines. I'll probably keep my Atrix anyway, since it's been a loyal little phone, and I kind of regret giving up my DROID X. But as soon as I have disposable income, I'm getting the DROID Maxx!

4. kozza3

Posts: 778; Member since: Oct 17, 2012

you have an employee line but your using an AT&T phone?

7. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

I don't have an employee line yet. I signed up for a consumer line like two months before I got my current job, so I've had to wait until I've been out of contract (and as of 8 months ago, until Motorola finally unveiled their next phones) before I could choose my phone and plan. I could still go with an AT&T employee line if I wanted, but they're five bucks more a month and don't knock 100 bucks off the cost of the phone like Verizon does. Plus, I'm really digging the battery on the Maxx, and if it somehow, someway turns out to be a piece of sheet (or if Verizon service isn't as good as AT&T around here) then I'm only under contract for a year.

8. lolrus

Posts: 29; Member since: May 18, 2013

I'm sure your ETF is a bit higher than mine was (200 with T-Mo) but when I was eligible to get an employee line I just paid T-Mo the ETF and immediately got on VZW's salesmaker plan. Not only did I get a better phone with better service on a shorter contract, but the cheaper monthly plan saved me money too over not that many months (I was paying my parents $50/month to be on their family plan). It's probably worth it to not wait. Getting my Maxx as soon as it comes out.

10. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

Well, I'm out of contract now, so all I'm waiting for is the release, it's availability on the employee line, and of course the money to buy it.

2. bwhiting

Posts: 188; Member since: Jun 15, 2013

I wonder if I can trade in my Droid Razr 16Gb for the trade in. Want to get the new Moto X for the line since it is coming out soon for Verizon. Get that and just finally get a phone that fully functions properly.

3. philansel7

Posts: 27; Member since: Aug 14, 2013

tempted by the Droid MAXX .. Lets wait and see :)

5. fanboy1974

Posts: 1345; Member since: Nov 12, 2011

Even Motorola doesn't want my Droid X back.

6. ledbetterp3

Posts: 467; Member since: Aug 31, 2011

Does this offer work for any carrier?

9. roldefol

Posts: 4745; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

They should double it for anyone who suffered through JB on the Bionic.

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