Moto Z3 Play at a markdown of up to $200. The modular, non-5G-upgradeable phone is available in exchange for $349.99 until April 6, with your choice of a Power Pack or Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa add-on included at no extra charge. The combined list price of a Z3 Play and Alexa-enabling Moto Mod is $549.99, so even though this is not an altogether new deal, it's a pretty great one nevertheless.The company playfully argues it made a "good call" back in the day, and so can you right now by purchasing a
The same goes for an unlocked Moto Z2 Play priced at $199.99 instead of $499.99, which you can also claim through April 6 in a "Lunar Gray" color only with 64GB internal storage space, 4GB RAM, and full support for GSM and CDMA networks nationwide, from AT&T to T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.
Technically, the Moto X4 should be available at 50 bucks less, but unfortunately, the $150 32GB variant is already listed as "out of stock" on Motorola's official US website, suggesting pretty strong demand for such an old and oft-discounted handset. For what it's worth, the 64 gig "Sterling Blue" model is still in stock at the time of this writing, fetching $199.99 after another cool $220 price cut. If supplies last, this particular promo is scheduled to run through April 20.
Meanwhile, the lesser-known Moto G5S Plus is available in a buy-one-get-one-free combination with 32GB storage (for a total price of $250) or at an excellent discount of $150 for one 64 gig unit ($199.99 current price). Finally, the entry-level Moto E4 Plus goes for $110 (down from $170) in a 16GB configuration or $130 (instead of $200) with 32 gigs of local digital hoarding room. Sadly, that means there are no new discounts up for grabs for the Moto Z3, Moto G7, G7 Power, or G7 Play. Not even the Moto G6 or G6 Play.