Save $100 on the Razer Phone 2 and Get a $250 Prepaid Mastercard

Big savings on offer for the latest gaming-focused phone from Razer.
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Update 3/4/19: The $100 discount is now $300 from Amazon and Best Buy, and the Verizon $250 prepaid Mastercard deal is still going through 3/31/19.

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The Razer Phone 2 has only been on the market since October, and already we are seeing some great deals for anyone looking to grab the powerful gaming-focused smartphone.

Best Buy, Amazon and Microsoft have revealed attractive discounts on the normally $799.99 phone from Razer, with additional offers to be had when you meet more specific criteria. And you can also snag a $250 prepaid Mastercard if you bring a Razer Phone 2 over to Verizon from another carrier, which is a pretty sweet deal.

Current Razer Phone 2 Deals & Discounts

Verizon

Verizon is offering a $250 prepaid Mastercard to anyone who brings a Razer Phone 2 over from another carrier. All you have to do is head over to the website www.vzw.com/digitalrebatecenter and enter the promo code BYOD250. You’ll receive the prepaid card through the mail after you switch your number over from any carrier to a new Verizon postpaid line before the deadline of 2/7/19. See full terms and conditions here.

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Best Buy

Best Buy is offering the unlocked Razer Phone 2 for $699.99 online and in-store — that’s $100 off the regular price. You can get a further $50 off if you choose the ‘Activate Today’ option, bringing that price down to $649.99, or you can save $50 if you purchase a prepaid SIM card kit from AT&T or Cricket within the same order. Best Buy also offers free shipping, and 5% back in rewards points for My Best Buy Rewards cardholders.

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Amazon

Amazon is also offering $100 off the Razer Phone 2, and of course ,Prime subscribers will enjoy their usual free two-day shipping. If you’re activating your line right away, you’d be better off going with Best Buy.

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Microsoft Store

Just like Amazon, Microsoft is offering the same $100 discount on purchases of the unlocked Razer Phone 2. Standard shipping is free but you’ll have to pay extra for express two-day shipments. This discount is available both online and in-store.

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If you play a lot of games on your phone, the Razer Phone 2 is one of a very small stable of elite devices built specifically for gamers. A fast Snapdragon 845 processor strapped to 8GB of RAM and a fast 120Hz screen provides great performance for running demanding games like PUBG or Fortnite with ease.

The follow up to the original Razer Phone introduces wireless charging, IP67 water resistance, a brighter screen and Razer Chroma RGB effects, along with claimed improvements to cellular networking performance, which is very nice. At an MSRP of $799.99, it’s not cheap, but thanks to the above discounts, you can get your hands on an unlocked unit for significantly less.


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Mike Jackson has been writing for high-profile publications for 16 years, primarily in the video game industry, but also covering tech. Mike is an obsessed video game hoarder with hundreds of games spanning a 30-year collection. An entire room in his house is dedicated to Super Mario, and he thinks the Nintendo Switch is “the best invention in human history.” Counseling may be necessary.


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