Get up to £500 to trade in your phone for the HP Elite x3
HP is preparing a very interesting deal for its UK customers purchasing a new HP Elite X3. For a limited time, buying the device will also net the customer up to £500. How? They just need to show up at an eligible retailer with their old smartphone.
Retailers considered eligible for this promotion are authorized HP dealers and resellers. Buying from a random retail shop will not make users eligible for the old smartphone promotion.
So what’s the deal?
HP is welcoming users to its website where they can redeem their prize as well as get more details about the promotion, such as its duration and eligibility requirements. It is worth noting that customers need to complete the online form no more than 30 days from their purchase to benefit from the promotion.
How to become eligible
Those that participate in the promotion will be given information on how to properly trade in their old phones. Customers also need to be in the possession of the barcodes that came with their old devices. This is required for HP to be able to identify their devices. Without it, there’s a good chance that the deal won’t go through.
HP will also let people know via email when they received the old devices. The old phones will be submitted to testing to assess their quality and state of each individual phone. HP requests that old phones be sent to them a maximum of 30 days from when the customer’s promotional claim has been accepted.
The promotion started on March 6th and ends April 30th. It will be interesting to see how many customers HP manages to rack up for its Elite X3 device thanks to this enticing promotion!
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