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Motorola is hoping to entice a few more users over to its devices by offering a $50 Play Store credit with a device purchase. With a mail-in rebate, users will receive back a $50 Play Store credit code to redeem. If purchasing the device online, they will automatically be submitting the proper information to receive the credit. The promotion is going until March 3rd, and includes the following devices:

  • Droid RAZR M
  • Droid RAZR HD, Droid RAZR MAXX HD
  • Droid RAZR, Droid RAZR MAXX
  • Droid 4
  • Atrix HD, Atrix 2
  • Photon Q LTE, Photon 4G
  • Titanium
  • Admiral
  • Electrify M, Electrify 2, electrify
  • Defy XT

So if you purchase pretty much any Motorola phone between February 18 and March 3 you should be able to claim this credit. It should also be noted also that the promotion is only available to U.S. customers. If you'd like more details on the promo -- like where and how to send in the rebate form -- you can hit up the source link below.

Source: Motorola

 

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Motorola offering $50 Google Play credit with phone purchase

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just bought a maxx hd last week. wonder if I can do a return/repurchase to qualify for the credit. $50 is worth the hassle, b/c I will spend that normally anyway at the Play store. Big price cuts recently on the MOT phones - must be clearing out inventory for the X Phone.

You'll most likely have to pay a restocking fee (depending on where you got it) when you return it.

It's a shame that Motorola doesn't have good phones on AT&T and it's a shame that I can't jump ship from AT&T now.

Can't 100% confirm this, but I believe that Play Store credit (like Google Play Gift Cards) can't be used towards devices. Just apps, movies, magazines etc.

I believe that they are clearing inventory for a very likely intro of the Xphone at Google I/O in May.

Andrew...you guys need to stop using Motorola as a general label for a company that does not exist anymore. Remember Motorola split not long ago...which created two companies, Motorola Mobility, and Motorola Solutions. Motorola Mobility is now Google. Motorola Solutions reclaimed the Motorola trademark and copyright ownership.

It wont be long before continued ignorance of this will cost people money for the mistake.

Well, considering that the phones and boxes and literature and pretty much everything still says "Motorola" I'm guessing Andrew is pretty safe ;)