You can save up to $140 on a Motorola.com purchase February 2nd


valentines day promo

Motorola’s celebrating Valentine’s Day, strangely enough, and they’re doing it with a sweet deal. The first part of the deal is limited to the first 200,000 people. You can submit your information here for a chance to receive a coupon code that will take either $50 off a $249.99 or more purchase, or $140 off $499.99 or more (both before taxes).

Registration will only be open between 11am 11:50pm Central time on February 2nd, or until all 200,000 vouchers have been distributed — whichever comes first. The vouchers are valid through Valentine’s day so you won’t have to redeem them immediately after receiving one.

Not all hope is lost if you find yourself so unfortunate enough to miss out on a voucher. Through February 14th — again, that’s Valentine’s Day — the company is taking $35 and $100 off purchases of $249.99 and $499.99, respectively, without the use of a voucher. Not quite as sweet, but it’s better than absolutely nothing at all.

There are some limitations to note:

This offer excludes Nexus 6, Moto X (2nd Gen.) on Republic Wireless, and the Extended Service Plan. Limit two devices among Moto X (2nd Gen.), Moto G (2nd Gen.), Moto G 4G LTE (1st Gen.), Moto E, and Moto 360.

And it goes without saying that you can’t combine the voucher deal with the site-wide offering. Knowing all that, be sure to circle back once February 2nd rolls around to make sure you don’t miss out (we’ll be putting out a friendly reminder, too). Anyone looking to grab something from the big Moto and save a few bucks in the process?

[via Motorola]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. If you can’t buy a Nexus 6 or Moto 360 why bother… LOL IMO

    1. Because The Moto 360 is overrated. And not everyone wants an almost 6 inch device. And they’re nexus devices.

      1. It is a bit (physically) big for a lot of people’s pockets. I’d actually have to buy new pants to make it fit in mine.

        1. I didn’t mean pocket size. Some people just don’t want big phones. I like big phones, I’m just talking about others. I think it’s an exaggeration to say you’d have to buy new pants. Pretty much everyone can fit the note 4 in their pocket and it’s pretty large. The iPhone 6+ is even bigger and it fits in most averaged sized pockets.

        2. I have and never have tried to stuff a $700 device in a pocket. I have a pouch attached to my belt.

          1. No, not exactly. He had a waist-wallet thing and a leather holster for his phone.

          2. My dad used to do that with his first phone in the late 90’s and still does, come to think of it (a holster technically). I’m really not going to do that, though. Doing that before the age of 40 is a bit of a faux pas.

          3. Why is putting a device in your pocket such a big no-no for you, btw?

    2. You can buy the Moto 360, but you’re limited to two of them.

      The only stuff you can’t buy are the Nexus 6, the 2014 Moto X on Republic Wireless, and it can’t be used on an Extended Service Plan.

  2. Seems on for republic probably like their black Friday deal where I grabbed an x. They never have the nexus in stock anyway

  3. Zero interest.

  4. Excluding the Nexus 6 is a bummer.

  5. It should say you can save 143

  6. Pointless sale. Why aren’t the latest devices available for discount? SMH

    1. The only devices actually excluded are the Nexus 6 and the 2014 Moto X on Republic Wireless. All the rest of the devices listed are eligible for the discount, but you are limited to two of them.

    2. Reading is hard.

      Just giving you a hard time. Its poorly written and I had to re-read it to get it.

  7. I wonder if and when Lenovo will change things. Motorola Mobility is no longer American

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