Motorola celebrates Halloween with huge smartphone discounts of up to $421

Motorola celebrates Halloween with huge smartphone discounts of up to $421

Most consumers probably don’t associate Halloween with tech deals but that hasn’t stopped Motorola from celebrating the spooky event with a range of discounts across its smartphone lineup that last until October 27.

Kicking things off with the biggest discount of all, Motorola is currently selling last year’s Moto Z2 Force for $299. This works out to a huge discount of $421 over its usual price but is unfortunately only applicable to the black AT&T model. Those interested in any other versions will have to pay $500. Elsewhere in the company’s Z line of devices, the Moto Z3 Play can be purchased for $50 off at $449.99.

Moving down to the G-series, Motorola has taken $75 off both the Moto G5 Plus and G5S Plus in their 64GB variants, bringing the respective price down tags to $224.99 and $274.99. The company has also reduced the price of the 32GB Moto G5S and the Moto G6 to $229.99.

In addition to these deals, the Lenovo-owned brand has also dropped the Moto X4 price by $100 to $299.99 and the Moto E4 Plus price by $30 to $139.99. Lastly, for owners of Moto Z devices, Motorola is offering a discount of 25% on select Moto Mods.



1. tonyv13

Posts: 128; Member since: Jun 07, 2015

Mehh discounts

2. hurrycanger

Posts: 1775; Member since: Dec 01, 2013

Agree. I bought a G5s Plus back in December for that exact same price.

3. ah_sukk_it

Posts: 31; Member since: Jan 18, 2018

what!? if it was $423.48 then I would buy.

4. luis.aag90

Posts: 279; Member since: Aug 12, 2014

The Z2 force is a great deal even if it's on AT&T, as long as you don't need to sign up contract. You can request AT&T to have the phone SIM unlocked for free. You don't even need to have an AT&T line to do so. I know, I've done that on a couple At&t phones I paid outright.

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