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Free iPad2 when you buy a Roland Jupiter 80 Synth, until 31st May £2,719.00

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If you are getting one of these it's a good bonus... The JUPITER-80 is a ground-breaking live performance synthesizer that could not have been built until now. It’s the first synthesizer designed…
marktyson Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago6 Comments
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georgecat
Did the original Jupiter 8 comes with a free Commodore 64, I wonder?

The C64 came out a year after the Jupiter 8 so not as a promotion on the Roland's release. Could have been a Vic20 though :p
Wonder if they built the cost of the iPad 2 into the sell price?
The cost of the ipad pales in comparison to the synth but it is a lovely bit of kit. Not sure it falls under the category of bargain though.
Fantastic synth!!! Would love to own one!
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Free Music Downloads @ Jamtrack Central

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Free downloads. Plenty to choose from - they are at the bottom of the page.
lucerysmum Avatar5y, 2m agoFound 5 years, 2 months ago1 Comment
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Thanks for this. Nice find.
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Buy 2 Boss Compact Pedals and Get a 3rd Free (Buy Instore and Claim on Roland Website) @ Roland/Boss

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Hi all, found out about this deal that Roland are doing when I came into work today- I know it's not going to be useful to any non-guitarists but it's definately a good deal. Basically, if you buy two…
Codobaggins Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago6 Comments
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Bit more info.... Including 5 Year Warranty on their pedals, didnt know that

Terms and conditions

* The promotion runs from May 15th to July 15th 2011 inclusive.
* The promotion is instore only.
* The promotion is only available to customers living in the UK.
* Offer is on Boss compacts only, not twin or multi-effect pedals.
* Free pedal can only be up to the RRP value of the cheaper of the two paid-for pedals and you cannot pay the difference to upgrade to a more expensive pedal.
* We cannot send the free pedal outside the UK.
* Free pedal will be shipped within 28 days of Roland UK receiving the receipt (providing the free pedal is in stock).
* Promotion only available to customers of authorised Boss dealers based in the UK and Eire.
* The delivery of the free pedal will need to be signed for. Please ensure we have the correct delivery address.
* Claims must be received by July 30th 2011. Any claims received after this date will not be honoured.
* No cash alternative.



How to claim your offer:

* To claim the free pedal, scan and email receipt along with the seven digit serial number (found on the underneath of the pedal) and send to [email protected]. Alternatively, claims can be sent in by post, or faxed on 01792 515048. Postal address is Boss 3-for-2, Customer service, Roland UK, Atlantic Close, Swansea, SA7 9FJ.
* Once you receive your free pedal don’t forget to register for your free 5 year warranty at MyRoland
great deal, but what happens if you buy two pedals, send off the receipts and claim your freebie.... then take those two pedals back??

I wonder if you can only claim after 30 days of owning the pedals?
yeah, that's what i'm bothered about.
i'd go ahead and order 2 pedals right now if i knew for sure that would be ok, but actually going into the city and buying them is a whole different operation..

Codobaggins
Not sure about this, it says you need to scan a receipt to send so I don't know whether an internet invoice will do.
realblender
no you look up the RRP value for the pedals you just bought. The cheaper RRP value is the maximum budget for your free pedal. It seems what you pay in store is irrellevant


Yep, that's true, that's what I was told today ;)


[quote=niceguyrichy]ah thanks, that makes a difference :)
1 more Q then; does the offer apply to pedals bought online ?
(i don't get into the city very often..)

Not sure about this, it says you need to scan a receipt to send so I don't know whether an internet invoice will do.
ah thanks, that makes a difference :)
1 more Q then; does the offer apply to pedals bought online ?
(i don't get into the city very often..)

realblender
no you look up the RRP value for the pedals you just bought. The cheaper RRP value is the maximum budget for your free pedal. It seems what you pay in store is irrellevant
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