Get your wallets ready – Motorola’s devices are going on sale

Don’t panic yet, the sale’s only on from next month
Get your wallets ready – Motorola’s devices are going on sale

If you’ve been eyeing the Motorola Moto X (or any of the company’s other mobile devices) for the longest time ever, the time for you to get them is nearing. Why you ask? Because Motorola’s going to discount an assortment of its devices, including the second-generation Motorola Moto X.

This would mean you’ll be able to pick up a 64GB Pure edition Motorola Moto X (without any carrier bloatware) for US$360 (RM1300) instead of the usual US$500 (RM1820). Of course, there are other offers you can take advantage of.

As of 11am on February 2 (CT), the company will offer a promotion code (register on this website on that day before 11:59pm CT for it) that gives you US$140 off your pre-tax purchase of US$499.99 (RM1820) or US$50 (RM182) off your pre-tax purchase of US$249.99 (RM1090).

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But here’s the catch – the offer excludes the Nexus 6, second-gen Moto X on Republic Wireless, and the Extended Service Plan. There’s also a limit to two devices per purchase for the second-gen Moto X, second-gen Moto G, first-gen Moto G 4G LTE, Moto E, and the Moto 360. In addition, promotions cannot be combined.

You’ll also need a shipping address within the US, but that should be easy since many of you will get your friends and family living there to help you with it. And you have until 10:59pm on February 14 (CT) to complete the purchase.

If you miss this offer, fret not. Motorola’s got another that will give you US$100 (RM363) off a US$499.99 (RM1820) purchase or a US$35 (RM127) off a purchase of US$249.99 (RM1090), without the need for a promo code. This offer will commence on February 3 (CT) and the same exclusions above apply.

Who says you need someone to spruce up your Valentines’ Day? This deal itself should get you gleaming with joy. 

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[Source and image: The official Motorola blog]