After losing the own-brand low-cost domestic battle to Xiaomi and Huawei, Lenovo is more than keen to keep Motorola phones at the forefront of the sub-$250 US scene at the very least, baking pretty robust specs into the Moto G4 and G4 Plus.

Even better, the two respectable mid-rangers are offered at a cool discount right off the bat stateside, although technically, you have a pair of third-party retailers to thank for the limited-time promo. Both Best Buy and B&H Photo Video will throw in complimentary $50 gift cards with Moto G4 and G4 Plus pre-orders, no matter your color of choice or preferred storage configuration.

Remember, the 5.5-inchers are available in black and white starting at $200 and $250 respectively, fitted with 16GB local hoarding space and 2GB RAM. For $230, you can purchase a non-Plus variant capable of accommodating 32GB data, while $300 hooks you up with a top-of-the-line 64GB ROM/4GB RAM G4 Plus model.

Across the board, you’re eligible for gratis $50 coupons if you hurry, which you can then use towards any separate BB or B&H order from now until forever. No catches, no strings attached, no devious fine print.

Sources: Best Buy (1), (2), B&H (1), (2)

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