We may have already featured the Bionic for $180 from Amazon Wireless, but that deal only applies to new contracts, so existing VZW customers are left paying nearly full price. It's always hard to get a price break while using an upgrade, as the best deals are generally reserved for customers looking to switch carriers.

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However, Wirefly has a deal going right now where anyone can grab this LTE beast, for $175 (normally $250) by using coupon code BIONIC75, regardless of whether you're a new or existing customer. Of course, if you are an existing customer, you have to be eligible for upgrade, meaning you've completely fulfilled your existing agreement.

Now you have less of an excuse to buy one, so hit the link below to make it happen, because this deal will be gone tomorrow.

[Motorola Droid Bionic from Wirefly]

[via SlickDeals; Cheers, Omar!]

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  • J

    Drat, it is for upgrade only. I was hoping they might let me sneak in as a replacement/no contract change (yeah, I know, wishful thinking)....

    But if you do try it & use BIONIC75, you'll get $75 off.... So if you do happen to have I think it came to $604 laying around & really want the Bionic :)

    Guess I'll just stick to my plan from earlier today & wait for the quad core 2.5GHz phones come out next year when my contract is up for renewal.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      It's $589.99 from VZW direct btw.

  • http://droidsamurai.blogspot.com PixelSlave

    Does it mean the Bionic isn't selling as well as Verizon wanted.

    • http://dominickdevito.net Dominick

      All signs are pointing to YES.

  • daboyz1223

    just snatched up 2 bionics for the wife and I. thanks for the tip, this saved me tons of cash.

  • http://dominickdevito.net Dominick

    This is a good find, but unfortunately I hit a snag. I tried switching to AT&T over the summer and just before my trial ended Verizon called to keep me. So they lowered my family talk plan to 550 minutes for $40/month (corporate discount included). Wirefly forces you to change your calling plan and the plan I currently have can not be grandfathered in. BUMMER.

  • guyute85

    I looked into this myself, but Wirefly won't let me keep my Unlimited $29.99 plan I was grandfathered into either. :(

    • http://dominickdevito.net Dominick

      Your data plan?

      I just got off the phone with Verizon. They noted on my account keep my current plan if\when my phone is upgraded and that it would be handled by their loyalty dept. - who I guess gave me the cheaper plan to begin with.

      Why do we need lawyers to buy cell phones?!

  • brianbat420

    I just bought one and there is an option to keep current plan. In the hyperlink it specifically says you can keep the $30 unlimited plan.

  • Dan

    It was on sale at letstalk.com for 199 plus use take20back code made it 190 a couple days after it came out. The price is going to drop cuz HTC is putting new phones out (20 Sept 2011 HTC is having a press conf.) and Iphone 5 is coming.