£30, £50 or £100 trade in cashback on laptops / desktops bought from Uk retailers
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£30, £50 or £100 trade in cashback on laptops / desktops bought from Uk retailers

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Found 10th Oct 2015
If you've just got yourself a new desktop / laptop / convertible and have an old one laying around you can claim between £30 and £100 back.

easytradeup.com/

Qualifying purchases here :-

easytradeup.com/gb/…ing

(Purchases NOT included Phones, tablets, or all in ones
Devices running anything other than Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
Windows Pro devices
Surface Pro 3)

£249 to £348.99 - £30 cashback
£349 to £498.99 - £50 cashback
£499 or over - £100 cashback

In order for your trade-in device(s) to qualify, it must be a maximum of six years old and reach either of the Accepted standards detailed below:

It must be a

Chromebook
Desktops or All-In-Ones
Laptop or 2-in-1
Apple MacBook
Apple iMac

Accepted - Normal signs of use

Not Accepted - Does not power on - Has serious defects -Has major wear and tear

Not as good as some of the deals where you can send in android tablets but this offer seems to be for all makes of laptops and doesnt limit where you purchase them from as long as it's a uk retailer so should help someone.
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It could make a laptop like this an interesting purchase if you have something laying around that can get you the cashback.
johnlewis.com/asu…ump

£549.95 then £100 back

Asus X555LA Laptop, Intel Core i7-5500U , 12GB RAM, 1.5TB, 15.6", Black
Full HD

2 Year Guarantee

Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 10th Oct 2015
m1keyp1key

It could make a laptop like this an interesting purchase if you have … It could make a laptop like this an interesting purchase if you have something laying around that can get you the cashback. http://www.johnlewis.com/asus-x555la-laptop-intel-core-i7-12gb-ram-1-5tb-15-6-black/p2013509?navAction=jump£549.95 then £100 backAsus X555LA Laptop, Intel Core i7-5500U , 12GB RAM, 1.5TB, 15.6", BlackFull HD2 Year Guarantee



​Aye, makes that ASUS a good priced deal
Can this be used with dell? How reliable are this company?
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