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Deal: Moto Z2 Play on sale for $349 and 25% off all Moto Mods

With Valentine's just around the corner, you'll start seeing more and more companies offer discounts on phones, accessories, and more. Shortly after HTC announced its latest promotion, Motorola is next in line with its own set of hefty sales.

The highlight of Motorola's offer is a $150 price cut on the Moto Z2 Play. The Z2 Play isn't quite as powerful as the Moto Z2 Force, but it's still a more than capable phone and absolutely worth checking out at just $349.

One of the highlights of the Moto Z2 Play is its compatibility with Moto Mods, and there are savings to be had here as well. Motorola is offering 25% off every single Moto Mod it sells, meaning you'll be able to save on Style Shells, the Insta-Share Projector, JBL SoundBoost 2, and more. Savings on these and the Moto Z2 Play will begin Sunday, February 4.

In addition to the above sales, you'll also find smaller discounts, including:

  • Style Shell Moto Mods for $14.99 (normally $19.99)
  • Moto Folio for $11.29 (normally $14.99)
  • Moto Style Shells with wireless charging for $29.99 (normally $39.99)
  • Polaroid Insta-Share Printer for $149.99 (normally $199.99)
  • Moto 360 Camera for $224.99 (normally $299.99)
  • Free Amazon Alexa Moto Mod with purchase of Moto Z2 Force ($149.99 value)

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Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

  • Also Moto Z2 Play works on all four major US carriers.
  • Charging Style Shells - "Out of Stock"
  • Got it for my wife at this price in December. Great phone but the battery makes a huge difference. Z play was sold at 250$ at B&H Photo for a long time , plus you save on sales tax. Or price match on payments with BB and pay tax. So, the price difference of 100-$130 - Totally not worth it.
  • OG Play can still be had for $279 tax-free at B&H. Just picked one up. Personally, the modest spec bumps that the Z2 Play got weren't enough for me (even now, in 2018) to get the newer model over the older. I'd rather have the larger battery.
  • That's what I did when we switched from VZW. Got her Z2 play and for me new OG Play. We both had VZW Droid versions of OG Z Play before.