1 hour only: Moto X only $300 (16GB) or $350 (32GB) starting right now [DEALS]


Moto X 100 off sale code

Starting right now — and for the next hour — you can pick up a Motorola Moto X for $100-off the full, off-contract price. That brings the handset down to $300 for the 16GB model, and $350 for the 32GB — no contracts, hassles, or commitments. The offer is valid for all models (unlocked GSM, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon Wireless), even the Developer Edition.

Better hurry, it’s “while supplies last” and you’ll need a fill out a quick web form to get your discount code. After that, you can take your sweet time customizing your own via Motomaker, switching up the colors, or even adding one of those fancy new natural wood backs (extra $25). Let’s hope Motorola is better prepared to handle the traffic this time around.

Get $100-off Moto X discount code

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Moto X Developer Edition

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Best phone on the market. Here’s to hoping a Moto X-2 has nothing changed other than a better camera, updated SoC, and the non-pentile AMOLED is color calibrated.

    1. Moto X with 1080p display, same camera (it’s not that bad), and Snapdragon 800 would be awesome. I’d be all over it.

      1. It’s also, not that good

      2. I’m gonna be that douche. You just described the Nexus 5.

        1. Does the Nexus 5 have touchless control, active notification, and a small body?

  2. Put in for a code. I’m still on the fence but decided I’m better having a code and not using it rather than wanting one and not having it.

    1. Finally got my code, it’s only good until Feb 3.

      1. If you don’t end up using it I could really use it. I will be heading out of the country for a couple years in less than a month and would love to get this phone, but funds are low.

  3. this came too late. I already went and got a N5

  4. I have a code I am no longer going to use. DM @Brzfld on Twitter

  5. Just placed my order for a GSM Dev Ed. Anyone need a gently used At&t one?

    1. what price?

      1. $250? Ill prob get in trouble for even asking on here haha.

  6. I have a code if someone needs one.

    1. macgiobuin … i would like a code if you have one … I am looking for a 32GB Moto X … you can send it to robgee1963 at gmail dot com … I hope you can see that am trying to avoid spam … thanks in advance!!!

      1. It was already given out last night. Sorry. Hope you are able to find another.

    2. macgiobuin , i would like a code if you have one .Could you email me @ [email protected] thanks in advance!!!

      1. The code has been given away already. Hope you are able to find another one.

  7. I would be up for a code if someone has an extra.

  8. They need to come out with a new high end device already!

  9. this is funny. $300 is the NORMAL RETAIL PRICE for a contract free 16GB moto X through my carrier… :)

    sale? what sale? oh you mean the 0% off sale? yeah.

    1. what carrier is that/

  10. Motorola is still trying to do all this kinds of gimmick just to sell all this 2 year old spec’ed phones. It is really a nice way to clean and empty warehouse for the next gen phones.

    Again, MoTo X is a good phone.. but not at this price in today’s standard. This is like Shamwow marketing…. “Order in the next 2 hours and you will get a free, Shamwow!” lol .. POS

  11. Really wish I had seen this so I could have gotten a code this is what my husband wants for Valentine’s day :-( if anyone has a code they don’t want please contact me [email protected]

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