Get Cold Cash With Samsung Promo

Written by Mendelson Tiu     25/03/2009 | 00:19 | Category: AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING

Samsung has just announced that it will give up to $200 cash back as part of its WinterWarmer promotion.

Get Cold Cash With Samsung Promo


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According to Samsung, users who purchase selected air conditioners can redeem up to $200 cash back.

The following air conditioners qualify for Cash Back:
AQV12NSBN, AQV12NSDN, AQV12VSCN, AQV12VSDN - $50 Cash Back
AQV18NSBN, AQV18NSDN, AQV18VSCN, AQV18VSDN - $100 Cash Back; AQV24NSBN, AQV24NSDN, AQV24VSCN, AQV24VSDN, AQV24NSGN, AQV24NSFN, AQV24VSGN, AQV24VSFN - $150 Cash Back
AQV30JAN, AQV30JDN - $200 Cash Back

This promo starts on April 1, 2009 and ends on July 31, 2009. Online registrations must be completed by August 14, 2009 and receipts must be received by the promoter by August 28 2009.

According to Samsung, consumers who purchase a participating Samsung Air Conditioner during the promotional period must go online to register at www.samsung.com.au/promotions and complete the registration form including: Product purchased, Full receipt number, Serial number, Store purchased, and Full contact details.

Once the registration process is complete, consumers will need to send in their original purchase receipt, which will be returned to them via registered post along with their Cash Back Cheque.

Customers will receive regular communications and will be kept up-to-date with the progress of their claim, via email.

See: www.samsung.com.au/promotions


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