Motorola Back to School sale offers discounts of up to $250 on smartphones

Motorola Back to School sale offers discounts of up to $250 on smartphones
Motorola is back with yet another big sale that offers massive discounts on some of its mid-range Android smartphones. Its entire Moto G7 series is on sale, but the Moto Z3 Play, Moto G6, Motorola One, and Moto E5 Play are getting great discounts as well.

In fact, it's the Moto Z3 Play that's getting the biggest discount, as the smartphone is now available for just $300 ($250 off). Besides the $250 discount, customers who purchase the Moto Z3 Play will also receive a free mod from the following models: JBL SoundBoost speaker, moto stereo speaker, moto gamepad, moto folio or two moto style shells.

Keep in mind that the discounts are a bit different when it comes to the Moto Z3 Play, so if you buy the 32GB model, you'll only get a $150 discount. The 64GB Moto Z3 Play with moto power pack is $200 off, while the same variant with moto smart speaker with Amazon Alexa is $250 off.

Sadly, the Moto G7 Play is just $20 off, so you might want to get the Moto G6 64GB instead, which is available for only $200 ($120 off). Also, the Moto G7 is $50 cheaper, while the Moto G7 Power is getting a $30 discount. Last but not least, Motorola One is on sale for $325, $75 off MSRP.

Motorola's Back to School sale runs until September 8 or while supplies last, so make sure to check out the US company's site for all the deals included in the promotion.

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1. Alcyone

Posts: 566; Member since: May 10, 2018

Lenovo is losing their way, imo. A bigger battery with a ho-hum processor? I won't touch a Motorola ever again. I had a V9, turned it off to charge and it'd never turn on. Just dead. It was before Lenovo, yes, but even then the ball went downhill. Just my personal experince.

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