For a limited time retailer offers savings on new purchases in exchange
for outdated or unused electronics
Best Buy Canada is offering discounts on select new products when old or
unused electronics are traded in from April 15th to April 28th.
The special trade-in promotion helps Best Buy Canada reward customers
for making the greener choices when purchasing electronics.
Best Buy Canada will ensure that all old electronics brought in are
recycled and disposed of through safe and environmentally responsible
Trade-In examples include: $100 off select Toshiba laptops when trading
in an old computer, $50 off a 3D Blu-ray player when trading in an old
VCR and DVD player, plus many more.
BURNABY, BC, April 15 /CNW/ - Best Buy, Canada's fastest growing
retailer and e-tailer of consumer electronics, computers and
entertainment products, will offer discounts on new products when you
trade in old or unused electronics from April 15th to April 28th. This offer, good for savings throughout the store, allows consumers to
upgrade their gadgets and home electronics with the knowledge that
their old technology will be recycled and disposed through safe and
environmentally responsible methods. Some of the discounts include $50
off of a Mac laptop or $100 off of a Toshiba laptop in exchange for an
old computer and $150 off of a 40 to 49" Energy Star LED TV or $250 off
of a 50" Energy Star LED and Premium Plasma TV in exchange for an old
"At Best Buy Canada, we're always looking for ways to reward our
customers for making the greener choice when purchasing electronics.
With our Trade In program, Best Buy customers get great savings on new
technology and the peace of mind that their old or unused equipment
won't end up in a landfill," said Danielle Jang, Communications
Manager, Best Buy Canada. "It's the perfect option for Canadians who
want to stay up-to-date and stay green."
Trade and Save Program:
The Trade and Save program that runs from April 1st to May 5th allows customers to bring in their old DVDs and get $5 off select
Blu-ray DVDs in-store. Best Buy Canada also offers gamers the chance to
trade in their old games for store credit. They can also purchase
previously played games for extra savings. Visit BestBuy.ca/TradeInGames for full details, current offers and applicable store locations.
Trade -in Savings:
April 15 - April 21
$30 off a TomTom VIA GPS when you trade in an old GPS
$20 off select Sony Headphones when you trade in old headphones
Up to $100 off a Nikon Camera when you trade in an old camera or
$100 off select Toshiba laptops when you trade in your old computer
April 15 - April 28
$50 off any Mac Laptop or an iMac; $100 off any Acer all-in-one or HP
Touchsmart computer when you trade in your old computer
$10 off select Logitech mouse models when you trade in an old mouse
$150 off a 40"-49" Energy Star LED TV TV, or get $250 off a 50" or
larger Energy Star LED and Premium Plasma TV when you trade in an old
$50 off a 3D Blu-ray player when you trade in an old VCR and DVD player
30% off a Rocketfish energy-saving power bar when you trade in your old
20% off a Logitech Harmony remote when you trade in your old remote
$20 off any Panasonic multi-handset over $99 when you trade in your old
$40 off an iPod touch when you trade in your old MP3 player
Up to $40 off any Panasonic microwave when you trade in your old
Up to $40 on select monitors when you trade in your old monitor
Trade in any phone and upgrade to a BlackBerry and receive a bonus $50
April 22 - April 28
$20 off select Monster or Bose Headphones when you trade in your old
Up to $60 off a Fuji Camera when you trade in your old camera or
Up to $50 off select Samsung laptops when you trade in your old computer
*Best Buy Canada will accept any brand. Limit one trade-in per
transaction. In-store only. Excludes gone-when-gone and clearance
items. Cannot be combined with any other offer or program, including
without limitation staff purchase, price match, or
**When consumers choose to to recycle "end of life" electronics, Best Buy
will make every effort to ensure the privacy and security of any
personal information. However, data will not be wiped off of
electronics. As always, Best Buy recommends protecting privacy
bybacking up data and wiping all drives on computers and laptops. The
same precautions apply to SIM cards and other storage devices in cell
phones, and memory cards in digital cameras and picture frames. If you
are unsure how to clean data, check your owner's manual.
*** Maximum 1 coupon ($5) can be applied to each Blu-Ray title. DVD must
include box. Burned or copied DVDs, x-rated movies and promotional
videos will not be accepted.
About Best Buy Canada
Best Buy stores in Canada are a division of Burnaby, BC-based Best Buy
Canada Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Best Buy Co., Inc.
(NYSE: BBY). Best Buy is Canada's fastest-growing retailer and e-tailer
(www.BestBuy.ca) of consumer electronics, computers and entertainment products and also
operates the Geek Squad (www.GeekSquad.ca), a technology service provider specializing in computer support, home
theatre installation and car electronics installation. There are more
than 70 stores in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba,
Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.
Best Buy offers consumers a unique shopping experience with the latest
technology and entertainment products, at the right price, with a
no-pressure (non-commissioned) sales environment. The Company is
committed to kids and its local communities and has a comprehensive
community relations program described at www.BestBuy.ca/community.
For more information about Best Buy, including store locations, visit www.BestBuy.ca
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