The Moto G4 Play (without Amazon offers) is $130 today


Amazon is making it a bit cheaper to get your hands on a Moto G4 Play today. The company is letting it go for $129.99, down from its usual price tag of $149.99. That’s a savings o $20, in case you didn’t know — nothing amazing, but cheaper is cheaper.


It’s also worth noting that this is the version that can be bought without Amazon’s offers and ads sprinkled throughout, and that model is currently going for the standard rate of $150 for some reason (it launched at $99). You’ll have your choice of color, too, as they have it available in both white and black.

The device is unlocked and fully usable on any major carriers in the United States, so if your only immediate concern is getting a cheap and decent phone to use on whichever network you choose then this is a key option to consider. Head to Amazon and order yours before the price rises again.

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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