The Verizon Moto Z and Moto Z Force Droid have been announced with their respective prices given and the pre-order shipping deadline, but, as usual, diehard tech fans anxiously await the discounts and deals that come with them. Favorite American retailer Best Buy is back to help diehard Motorola lovers and tech enthusiasts alike by giving a free MotoMod and $200 off the Moto Z and Z Force Droid when you buy it through the retailer.
Now, the $200 off deal sounds impressive enough, and, after the discount, you’re looking at $424 total for the Moto Z Droid and $520 for the Moto Z Force Droid. Of course, some will select 2-year contracts through which to pay for these phones, and BB has you covered there, too: if you want to do a 2-year contract for the Moto Z Droid, you need only pay $1 down. You didn’t read that wrong: Just $1! For the Moto Z Force Droid buyers, expect to pay $100 down with a 2-year contract. $1 and $100 aren’t bad out-of-pocket payments for the two newest Android handsets on the market. You can choose an installment plan if you like, and you’ll still experience the savings ($0 down for those with stellar credit). If you go the installment route, expect to pay $17.67 a month as opposed to the normal $26 a month for the Moto Z Droid, and $21.67 a month instead of the normal $30 a month for the Moto Z Force Droid.
The only thing left to digest about this deal is the free MotoMod. You may be thinking you’ll get to pick the swappable accessory of your choice (or dreams), but you won’t. The good news is that the free MotoMod that comes with the offer is the $80 JBL SoundBoost speaker. Apparently, Best Buy is doing all it can to encourage consumers to purchase either of these devices without worry about forking out additional money for what many see as expensive modules. You can head over to our Moto Z announcement coverage to get an idea of what to expect from these two smartphones before diving in.
The free MotoMod may just make this deal a win for a number of folks, and I have a feeling that many will go the installment route with the Moto Z and Moto Z Force Droid. At the end of the day, saving $200 off the Moto Z and Z Force Droid and getting the free MotoMod (worth $80) seems to be a hard deal to pass up. Of course, Motorola will have it hard to contend with the Galaxy Note 7 announcement and release on August 2nd.
Head on over to the source link below and get ready to grab this deal by the horns.