Following the Moto 360’s price cut down to $149.99, you can now grab some Motorola smartphones at discounted (but temporary) prices.
Motorola is now selling the Moto X (2nd Gen.) for $299.99 without a contract. That’ll get you the 16GB Moto X Pure Edition or carrier-branded models for AT&T, Verizon, and Republic Wireless. If you want more storage, you can pay $50 to move to 32GB or $100 for a 64GB model, though the latter model is only available as an unlocked Pure Edition variant. There are also leather and wood back options available for a $25 premium.
Additionally, you can save some cash on a Nexus 6 or Moto G with the code MOTOMAKERTYLER, which a Motorola employee is giving out. With that code, you can get a Moto G (2nd Gen.) for $150. If a big ol’ Nexus 6 is more your style, the code will get you a 32GB N6 for $479 or a 64GB model for $529.
There are some nice deals on Motorola products to be had today. The Moto X (2nd Gen.) may not be the freshest smartphone around anymore, but it’s still a solid handset, and it’s got Android 5.1 too. Meanwhile, the Nexus 6 at $479 is much more of an “affordable Nexus” like we saw with the Nexus 5 and Nexus 4 before it, and so this might be a good opportunity to jump on Google’s current Nexus phone if its original price was a bit too high for your liking.