There are a ton of competitors in the budget phone bracket nowadays, but Moto G phones are always a reliable bet. The Moto G6 is the latest offering in a long line of Motorola's mid-rangers, and we concluded that it's a "predictably good value" in our review. B&H is currently offering the 64GB version of the Moto G6 for $214.99, which is $105 off MSRP.

This variant of the Moto G6 sports a 5.7" 1080p LCD, a Snapdragon 450, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage with microSD expansion, a dual 12MP + 5MP rear camera setup, an 8MP front-facing camera, and a 3,000mAh battery. We liked the crisp display, the clean software, the lengthy battery life, the USB Type-C port (a first for Moto Gs), and the inclusion of a headphone jack. However, there are a few faults, primarily concerning low-light camera performance and future updates.

B&H is currently offering this phone for $214.99 (make sure to click the $15 coupon on the listing). It'll work with basically any US carrier, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and even Google Fi. It also comes with a Republic Wireless SIM kit, though I doubt any of you will use it. Expedited shipping is free, and there's no tax charged in the majority of states. Hit the link below to pick one up.

The 3GB RAM / 32GB storage version is available for $184.99 with the same clip coupon, so if you don't need all of those gee-bees, this might be more your speed.