Sony Xperia Z2 Preorder Offers: Bundles May Come with Free TV, Sony Speakers, or Noise Cancelling Headphones
By Gel Galang | March 11, 2014 1:27 PM EST
The Sony Xperia Z2 has been touted as one of the powerhouse handsets of its generation, yet the deal for the new device just gets sweeter for those who are planning to preorder.
There are a number of preorder offers circulating for the Sony Xperia Z2, but perhaps the sweetest deal would be the one being offered by Vodafone in the U.K.
GSM Arena has spotted the preorder perk for the first 3,000 customers who will place their preorders for the device. If you preorder before April 9, you have the chance to get a free 32-inch Sony LED TV, which is priced around £300 in the market.
Of course, it's not yet 4K video viewing-compatible despite the Sony Xperia Z2 having the ability to shoot these kinds of videos, but a free TV is still a great freebie. The only catch is that you not only need to be among the 3,000 first preorder placers, but you will also need to get the Sony Xperia Z2 first and then pay your first month bill, before you can register and get the TV.
According to the report, the registration happens between May 8 and July 8, with the delivery of the free Sony LED TV happening a month later. The Vodafone preorder page is accessible here, with all the details for the freebie included.
Clove offers preorder Sony Xperia Z2 bundle
Another preorder bonus for those in the U.K. is offered by retailer Clove, and this time, it's a bundle of goodies alongside the Sony Xperia Z2.
Interested buyers have until April 7 to preorder the Sony Xperia Z2 at Clove to get £120 worth of freebies. Phone Arena reports that the Sony Xperia Z2 will get the Sony SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker and the MDR-NC31EM noise cancelling headphones.
Aside from this, Clove has also reportedly dropped the preorder price of the Sony Xperia Z2 unit by £16. You can preorder here, but make sure that when you're done placing your order, select "Continue" after adding to the basket, and then select "Buy" when the popup appears to add the FREE speakers and headphones to your basket.
According to Clove's web site, the discount will be automatically applied at checkout.
NFC speakers offered by Sony for preorders
Even Sony is bundling its Xperia Z2 with a free NFC wireless speaker, but that's if you preorder before the beginning of April rolls in.
Over at Sony's official web site, Sony has revealed that preordering the handset for £599 will allow you to get the SRS-BTX300 for free. This is a two-channel speaker featuring NFC and Bluetooth, 20w power and an 8-hour battery life.
The preorder bonus is based on stock availability of the NFC wireless speaker, as well as meeting the preorder deadline. You can preorder the Sony Xperia Z2 via the Sony shop in the link above.
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