Motorola is incredibly offering a free 32GB Moto Z3 Play with every 64GB purchase

Motorola is incredibly offering a free 32GB Moto Z3 Play with every 64GB purchase
Motorola is probably the most generous tier 1 smartphone vendor in the US, constantly running awesome sales on its extremely popular devices, whether we're talking about members of the modular Moto Z family or the already budget-friendly Moto G lineup. But even by the company's very high standards, the latest Moto Z3 Play deal is... something special.

Granted, this is no longer the newest Moto Z version, but it still comes with a sleek design (no notch) and respectable overall specifications, including stuff like a Super AMOLED 6-inch display, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space, decent 12 + 5MP rear-facing camera setup, and a blazing fast side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

You can typically get all that for $500 unlocked, which may not feel like a bargain when the Moto Z4 starts at the same price with an improved Snapdragon 675 processor (versus the relatively modest 636 under the Z3 Play's hood), as well as a beefed-up battery, larger screen, similar overall dimensions, and a single rear shooter with a top-notch 48MP count. But for a limited time, the aforementioned 500 bucks are enough to buy you not one, but two Z3 Play units.


That's right, Motorola is holding a BOGO (buy one get one free) sale on the 2018-released modular phone between today, July 7, and July 13, at 11:59 PM CDT. All you need to do is add both a 64 and a 32GB variant of the unlocked Moto Z3 Play to your cart over on the manufacturer's official US e-store, with the cheaper model instantly dropping from $350 to $0. Yup, you're looking at saving a full 350 bucks here, no questions asked and no strings attached.

Even better, the 64 gig handset will still come bundled with a complimentary Moto Mod of your choice. You get two options, although the Moto Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Mod doesn't technically come free, adding $50 to your $500 total. Alternatively, you can pick a Power Pack accessory and pay no extra fee for a magnetic companion capable of boosting your phone's battery life with up to 16 more hours of running time. 

Even if you don't necessarily need two new phones right now, a BOGO deal on such a popular device as the Moto Z3 Play is simply too incredibly good to turn down.

Check out the deal here



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13 Comments

1. Landstuhl

Posts: 3; Member since: Feb 16, 2017

After what they did with the Z2 Force, I don't care what special deals Motorola comes out with. Not buying another Moto phone again.

2. Acdc1a

Posts: 473; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

Not when Google has a mid ranger out.

3. skimask4

Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 07, 2019

Moto can no longer be trusted. I'll never buy from them again after what they did with the Z2 Force.

7. palmguy

Posts: 974; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

What did they do?

10. Urbex

Posts: 2; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

Pulled the Pie update from Z2 Force phones at the 11th hour on USA phones, for AT&T, Sprint, and TMobile phones citing it being too complex a phone for Pie. Yet, somehow the Verizon phones are still getting the update so that they will be compatible with the 5G mod. The rest of the world is also getting Pie on the Z2F phones. The rest of us on non Verizon's phones in the USA...up the creek.

4. OneLove123

Posts: 881; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

$400 and I'm in

5. CEDEOTB

Posts: 376; Member since: Nov 21, 2016

Done with Motorola and so is everyone on r/Android

6. joenodden

Posts: 5; Member since: May 09, 2019

The phone is garbage even for $250. I wouldn't even buy it at $150. The 636 is on par with literally the cheapest of phones on the market.

8. 41rw4lk

Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

Moto just bailed on the z2 Force after teasing for a year that android 9.0 was in the works, Now it's not because they said it was 'complex'. Moto lost all credibility and now they're losing customers. I'm done with Moto like the rest.

9. tomahawk_josh

Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

When you consider that you can get a used Z3 play, 64 gb, on Swappa for $250 or less... $500 won't even recoup your money. Let's be honest, Moto is dead to most of us until they can get their s#;t together.

11. Urbex

Posts: 2; Member since: Jul 08, 2019

Another Z2F owner here, who also went all in on the Moto Mods - Moto battery pack, Moto Turbo pack, Incipio pack, car dock, Camera back, and projector back....not exactly a cheap investment when buying them all new. Moto gave the finger to me, and I'll be doing the same to Moto. I don't care if they give me phones for $50 all in...I'm not giving Moto another dime.

12. pt020

Posts: 157; Member since: Apr 08, 2014

As a single it is not for everyone.

13. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1232; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

Lenovo ruined Motorola...

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