The hunt is already on for the best Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid Edition deals available nationwide, as the two new Verizon-exclusive “SnapPhones” need all the help they can get to compete against the world’s first modular handheld and the ultimate jack of all trades.

Enter Best Buy, which joins Big Red’s highly anticipated launch pre-order party with something much sweeter than 40 percent off “every other Mod.” There are several perks to be had at the third-party retailer, starting with a free JBL SoundBoost speaker attachment no matter your method of purchasing either the Z or Z Force.

That particular audio-enhancing Moto Mod is typically valued at $80, and left a very nice impression on our own Juan Bagnell in a couple of separate hands-on previews.

Alongside the gratis accessory, BB shaves $200 off the recommended on-contract price of both 5.5-inchers, alternatively lowering the monthly installment bar to $17.67 as far as the non-Force version is considered.

In layman’s terms, that means you can cough up a buck and score the Moto Z Droid with a 24-month pact, or $424 instead of $624 split in regular $17.67 payments, not $26 every 30 days. Slightly less attractive than a BOGO offer, but still quite compelling.

Source: Best Buy

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