As much as Motorola would like to take advantage of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 missteps, and convince you to skip the other big seven as well, the Moto Z and Z Force are still too new and hot for free Best Buy gift card deals to last.

But the retailer continues to incentivize modular phone adoption by replacing its complimentary e-coupons with Moto Mods some may find even more compelling. After all, the easily attachable Insta-Share Projector accessory is technically priced higher than $150 or $250, at a $300 MSRP, and through Saturday, October 22, it can be yours for no additional charge if you purchase the Z or Z Force Droid.

You’re free to opt for either model, with monthly installment plans or two-year Verizon contracts, the slimmer variant starting at $26 every 30 days, while the bigger-battery, better camera-sporting configuration will set you back $30.17 and up.

As for the Moto projector mod, it does exactly what you think with minimal effort or hassle, bringing its own 1,100 mAh cell to the table, integrated kickstand, and up to 70-inch image-beaming capabilities at 50 lumen brightness, 400:1 contrast, and 16:9 aspect ratio.

It’s perhaps not the most mainstream-oriented Moto Mod, but alongside the Hasselblad True Zoom camera add-on, it’s typically the costliest, so you shouldn’t look this gift horse in the mouth.

Source: Best Buy

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