Open box Moto G6 slips below $90 with 1-year warranty in incredible new eBay deal

Open box Moto G6 slips below $90 with 1-year warranty in incredible new eBay deal
Normally available for $250 and up, the incredibly popular Moto G6 is currently on sale at its manufacturer at $160 in a 32GB variant while Best Buy has it listed for as little as $59.99. The latter price tag is pretty much impossible to beat, but at the same time, it comes with a number of strings attached, requiring upfront Sprint activation.

If that sounds like too much of an inconvenience but purchasing the device in "open box" condition on eBay does not, you can get the 5.7-inch mid-ranger at $87.99 without jumping through hoops or committing to a specific mobile network operator right off the bat. Top-rated seller Quick Ship Electronics has just rebooted a killer deal that essentially matches a recent promotion from a different merchant. Only this time around, you're looking at a 1-year warranty offered for free alongside a mint condition G6 rather than 90-day coverage.

By the way, in case you're wondering, open box products are generally considered to be of a higher quality than refurbs, pretty much working and looking as good as new. The units on sale today in a "limited quantity" should power on with their factory settings restored, and although the packaging may be "slightly distressed", all the original accessories will be included.

Available in a black paint job only, this fully unlocked 32GB Moto G6 is compatible with both GSM and CDMA carriers, which means you can go ahead and activate it on your US network of choice, be it AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon. While obviously not as powerful or as attractive as its sequel, the 2018-released G6 provides stellar bang for your buck at $88, with respectable specifications including a slim-bezeled 5.7-inch display, a Snapdragon 450 processor, 3GB RAM, dual 12 + 5MP rear-facing camera setup, fast-charging 3,000 mAh battery, reliable fingerprint recognition technology, and modern Android 9.0 Pie software.

Check out the deal here

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