Even though the low-cost Android smartphone competition is heating up like crazy by the day, and the 2015 edition of the wildly successful Motorola Moto G will turn one in the summer and thus probably spawn a sequel, deals on the 5-incher have been few and far between.
In fact, we can only remember the mid-range handheld being bundled with two gratis backup shells for Valentine’s, which was hardly a must-buy. Meanwhile, Best Buy continues to charge late Moto G (3rd gen) adopters $180 and up, i.e. the same prices valid since July of last year, and Amazon barely affords to shave $3 off.
Powered by Marshmallow already, water-resistant and fitted with more than respectable 13 and 5MP cameras, the Moto G 2015 doesn’t need deal sweeteners to dominate the sub-$200 scene. Which makes B&H Photo Video’s newest promotion that much greater and harder to say no to.
Yes, the discount specialist that also sells the Nexus 6P at its lowest price yet wants just $150 for the third-generation G, throwing in an additional 32GB Class 10 SanDisk microSDHC memory card, and $20 gift card.
Seeing as how you’re getting the entry-level configuration of the phone here, capable of accommodating 8GB data internally, you’ll definitely make good use of the memory card, which is typically worth around $12. The $20 coupon is obviously worth $20, but it’s only usable on future B&H purchases.
Overall, you can save north of 60 bucks if you buy the LTE-enabled unlocked Motorola Moto G3 by 11:59 PM EDT today, March 15. Don’t overthink it!