Motorola brings back interesting BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal

Motorola brings back interesting BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal
For the entire month of September, Motorola allowed US customers to purchase select unlocked smartphones and receive a second handset for free. This week, Motorola has re-launched its BOGO (buy one, get one free) offer. Just like the first time, this is available exclusively on the company's official website and only in the US. 

The terms and conditions of Motorola's revived BOGO deal haven't changed since September. Thus, the only free phone that the company is offering is the Moto G6 32 GB (in a specific color variant: Deep Indigo). To get this handset at no extra cost, you'll have to buy any of the following unlocked devices at full price: Moto Z4 (seen above), Motorola One Zoom, Motorola One, Moto G7, Moto G7 Power, Moto Z3, or Moto G6 64 GB. Both the Moto G6 32 GB and the non-free phone of your choice must be manually added to the shopping cart.

The Moto G6 that Motorola is giving away is now more than 1 year old, but it's a decent handset that can certainly serve you well if you don't need high-end features. Purchased separately, this Moto G6 32 GB would cost you about $150.

See this deal HERE at Motorola

Motorola says that its resurrected BOGO offer is valid from October 9 through October 15 or while supplies last.

P.S.: Most of the smartphones mentioned in this article work on all relevant US carriers. There are two exceptions: Motorola One Zoom and Motorola One, which are compatible only with T-Mobile and AT&T (prepaid brands included).



1. joenodden

Posts: 13; Member since: May 09, 2019

Doubling the price it's worth and then making it so you have to buy two to make the price normal again isn't a BOGO deal.

3. Alcyone

Posts: 476; Member since: May 10, 2018

I do believe this deal has been live for a few days already. Nothing really new or special. In my opinion.
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