Upto £50 Cashback when purchasing a qualifying Asus Tablet
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Upto £50 Cashback when purchasing a qualifying Asus Tablet

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Found 28th Jan 2015
It looks like Asus are running a similar Cashback Deal to the Linx one earlier this year...

The Promotion only applies to purchases from Authorised ASUS Resellers and Distributors made 19th of January 2015 – 15th of March 2015 (inclusive) (“Promotional Period”).

You can claim up to £50 cashback when you buy an ASUS tablet and trade in your old tablet (Terms & conditions apply.)

“For your existing tablet to qualify for the Trade-up Reward it must have a diagonal screen size of 7” or more and be complete and undamaged (reasonable wear and tear excepted) (the “Trade-up Criteria). For the avoidance of doubt each of the following is considered beyond reasonable wear and tear; cracked/split/damaged/water damaged, open chassis structure, cracked or non-working display and does not power on. Do not return any documentation or external chargers/storage devices or power supply units.”

You have 14 days from Date of Purchase to start the claim, once validated they will send you a Freepost Box to send the tablet back to them in.

Payment is made by BACS

Full Terms and Conditions can be found here:
asuspromotions.com/uk/…eup

Qualifying Tablets:
Model(s) Trade–up Reward
ME70CX 7", 8GB, WiFi £30 Trade in
ME170C 7", 8GB, WiFi £30 Trade in
ME70C 7", 8GB, WiFi £30 Trade in
ME176CX 7", 16GB, WiFi, HD £50 Trade in
ME181CX 8", 8GB, WiFi, HD £50 Trade in
ME175CG 7", 8GB, 3G, Phone function, HD £50 Trade in
TF103CX (Pad Only) 10", 8GB, WiFi, HD £50 Trade in
ME181C 8", 16GB, WiFi, HD £50 Trade in
TF103C (Pad Only) 10", 16GB, WiFi, HD £50 Trade in
ME572C 7", 16GB, WiFi, FHD £50 Trade in
ME372CL 7", 16GB, LTE, Phone function, HD £50 Trade in
TF103C (bundle) 10", 16GB, WiFi, HD, with KB Dock £50 Trade in

3 Comments

About the 5th time this has been posted.

Original Poster

In my defence, when I checked on my Phone early this morning, I couldn't find it already posted, my bad! At leat this one gives a bit more info and lists all qualifying purchases etc..

I wouldn't touch Asus tablets with a bargepole.

My Nexus 7.2 32gb died just outside of warranty and Asus didn't care. No goodwill offer to repair. £50 just to have a look at the issue in addition to any repair.

HTC on the other hand exemplary even outside warranty repairs to a phone.
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