Raining Discounts: $100 Price Cut on Moto X; LG G3 Available for $100 On-Contract; Sony Xperia Z2 on Release Date Gets $50 Price Cut (U.S.)

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Discounts and offers are aplenty for anyone looking to buy a new smartphone right now. The phones in offer are Motorola Moto X, LG G3 and Sony Xperia Z2.

Moto X Offer

The Moto X smartphone can now be purchased at $299.99 without any contract in the U.S. by utilizing a particular promotional code while placing the order online. Notably, it is a limited period offer that ends on July 23, says Android Central.

The promo/discount code in focus is "MBXISMOT" and this can be utilized to get the discount on the Moto Maker Web site. This code pertains to the 16 GB variant of the Moto X that provides a discount of $100. Notably, the original price of Moto X is $399.99.

Furthermore, the 32 GB variant of Moto X's standard model and developer version will fetch more discounts. The same promo code will slash the cost of both the versions by $125. Therefore the handsets can be purchased for $324.99 each. The 64 GB variant of Moto X, on the other hand, can be purchased at $374.99 and this is again a $125 reduction in price.

The same promotional code gives a free "Motorola Skip" along with the purchase of Moto X. The original price of Motorola Skip is $9.99. For those unfamiliar, Motorola Skip is a small device that can be worn and it unlocks the Moto X without entering a PIN with just a single tap.

LG G3 Offer

It's only been weeks since the release of the LG G3 in the U.S. but the device is already on offer. The device can be availed with a discount of $100 under contract price. Notably, the LG G3 is available on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint for $200. Furthermore, Amazon sells this handset for $100 with contract, says GSMarena.

Sony Xperia Z2 Offer

Sony Xperia Z2 has finally reached the U.S markets. However, the Xperia Z2 is available only via Sony online store without contract at this point. The Xperia Z2 can be purchased for $699.99 that includes a discount of $50. Notably, the original price is $749.99, according to Android Community. Interested readers can check out Sony's Web site to grab the handset.

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