[Deal] Motorola drops the Moto X (2014) to $299 with a 30-day return window


Motorola has made it pretty clear that two-year contracts are becoming obsolete. The phones released by Motorola in the last two years have been some of the best when it comes to off-contract options. Starting today and ending on June 29, the Moto X (2014), which was priced at $349 without a contract, drops to $299 after a $50 rebate. To sweeten the deal and make it less risky, Motorola has applied a 30-day return window.

The money saved from the rebate is actually applied once the 30-day window closes and the buyer completes a survey for Motorola.

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[Deal] Free episodes, discounted seasons of Bravo shows available through Google Play


People can bash reality television as much as they want but Bravo will continue delivering shows with fiery feuds and lively personalities that lead to solid ratings. Google Play has free episodes from eleven of the network’s shows available for free. All of them are from their respective first seasons. Then, Google Play has also discounted the current or last seasons, with one or two exceptions, of the same shows.

Why not pick up a few episodes of The Real Housewives or Shahs of Sunset to watch before hopping into a full season of Flipping Out?

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[Deal] ‘Jurassic Park’ films available for $7.99 each from Google Play


The latest film from the Jurassic Park series, based on Michael Crichton’s novels, reached theaters in the United States on Friday and Google wants to celebrate. Each of the first three films are available from the Play Store for $7.99 each. That price is for high definition versions, down from $12.99 each.

You could use the money saved, around $15, on a ticket to see Jurassic World. However, bring some extra cash if you plan on getting popcorn and a drink. Prices aren’t exactly cheap at the movies.

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[Deal] Motorola knocks the Nexus 6 to $499 through June 23


Now through the early afternoon on June 23, Motorola will sell you the Nexus 6 at a very good price. Motorola, who manufactures the Nexus 6 for Google, has knocked the price of the handset down to $499 for the 32GB model. The 64GB model has also been discounted to $549. This means that buyers of the Nexus 6 from Motorola’s site will save $150.

Does $499/$549 still feel like too much money? Then take advantage of Motorola’s financing option and pay around $28 per month for eighteen months.

The sale ends at 11:59AM ET on June 23.

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[Deal] Amazon offering $5 credit when installing the Prime Instant Video app


Getting a $5 credit to rent movies and television shows from Amazon could not be any easier. Now through June 14, the online retailer will reward people with a $5 Instant Video credit when downloading the Prime Instant Video app. The Prime Instant Video app comes as an external download from the Amazon app. So it’s not actually as quick as it may seem.

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