Moto X Pre-Valentine's Day Sale: $70 Off Until February 14th

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  1. dgstorm

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    Googorola certainly keeps amping up the competitive pressure with great pricing of their Moto X. They are now offering another "Sweet Deal" on the flagship device, and that is literally what they are calling the promotion. It is apparently a pre-Valentine's Day promotion so that the romantic inclined have an easy excuse to splurge on some gear for their loved ones.

    Motorola is now selling the Moto X for an additional $70 bucks off the current pricing. This means you can get the 16GB Moto X for $329.99, the 32GB Moto X for $379.99, and yes, even the Developer Edition Moto X for $379.99. This special pricing will go on until Valentine's Day. That's on February 14th for the romantically challenged. Head to the source link below for the full details and opportunity to snag this deal.

    Source: Motorola
     
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    I would so buy this if it had an SD card :(
     
  3. mikekhelxD

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    Im actually afraid that once I buy it, price will drop big time. Which is a good thing...
     
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    I'll be filing my taxes this week, and if I get a decent return then I may just pull the trigger on the Dev Edition. I love my G-Nex, but I'm so ready for an upgrade, and that price is really enticing!
     
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    Since this is the new temporary Standard Price you should also be able to get a few dollars of by trading your ld phone in, too. Right?

    Motorola - A Google Company

    //edit// Hmmm. Funy how that happens. A week ago they were giving $50 for the RAZR HD. This week it's not eligible. But OLDER phones are. Hmmmmm
     
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    Every week I'm hearing that the phone is less and less than what I paid for it, and more stuff to add and design with.

    W.T.F.! (What The Fone! Keeping it family friendly and all)

    I also looked at Motorola - A Google Company to see what I could get for my Galaxy Nexus had I traded it in and this is what I got back:
    [h=3]Trade In Estimate[/h]$00
    again...

    W.T.F.!

    Anyway, I see this phone becoming more and more what we had all hoped for when it was first released. The price point is there, and Motorola is really aggressively trying to get sales.

    I hope they succeed.
     
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    So there is an dev edition, does that mean that the regular edition is locked up tight?
     
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    Ebay that GNex, looks like they go from $75 to $100
     
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    I'm using it as a Roku remote. Plus, the amoled screen has that issue where it displays veritcal lines. So, I'd rather just keep it. Still, Motorola slighted me with their snub of my Gnex.
     
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    Wow. Good deal.

    I'm really hoping it comes down even more by April or so. My contract is up in mid-April and at the moment there's nothing else really enticing me.
     
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    Buying it off contract doesn't affect your current contract date.
     
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    If you think like that, than you will NEVER buy anything lol! How many times have I bought something and a few weeks later it's like $100 less? BUT, if your current phone is working great for you right now, then it's a good train of thought.
     
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