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Get $50 In Google Play Credit with Motorola Android Phones

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Shoppers can score $50 in Google Play Store credit with the purchase of a Droid RAZR HD, Droid RAZR HD MAXX, Droid M and a dozen other popular Motorola Android smartphones.

The Google Play Store credit deal runs through March 4th, and it is not tied to purchases on Motorola or a specific carrier. Motorola also includes older phones like the original Droid RAZR, which is already discounted.

With the $50 Google Play Store credit users can purchase apps, movies, books and more from Google Play, which makes it an appealing deal. Traditionally Google Play Store credit can not be used for devices, so don’t plan on using it towards a Nexus 7.

Score $50 in Google Play Store credit with the purchase of a Motorola Smartphone.

Score $50 in Google Play Store credit with the purchase of a Motorola Smartphone.

The Motorola Google Play Store $50 credit deal requires users to mail the rebate form, a copy of the barcode label and a receipt proving purchase between February 18th and march 4th.

Savvy Shoppers can combine this deal with Motorola smartphone deals on Amazon to save even more. Some of the best deals are highlighted below with the price for new customers before the $50 Google Play Credit and the final cost in parenthesis.

We recently awarded the Droid RAZR MAXX HD a Gotta Be Mobile Editor’s Choice award due to its long battery life, great design and overall value. The Droid RAZR HD also earned good marks in our review.

Other eligible Motorola phones include;

  • ATRIX HD
  • ATRIX 2
  • PHOTON 4G
  • TITANIUM
  • ADMIRAL
  • ELECTRIFY M
  • ELECTRIFY 2
  • ELECTRIFY
  • DEFY XT

Shoppers who buy their phone direct form Motorola are automatically registered for the rebate. Those who purchase from Amazon and direct from their carrier will need to visit the Motorola $50 Google Play Credit website and fill out a rebate form.

Josh Smith is Editor of GottaBeMobile and Notebooks.com. He's always looking for ways to help you get the most of your gear and loves to talk about tech on radio and TV. Josh uses an iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and Windows Computers. Josh Smith on Google+ Email: [email protected]

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