LONDON, November 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
- Customers could make up to £150 by trading in their old cookers
- Part of a wider promotion offering customers 40% off selected cooking and built-in appliances
Currys , one of the UK's largest electrical retailers, has launched a brand new trade-in scheme encouraging customers to trade in and recycle their old, disused cookers for a cash sum.
The scheme, which forms part of a larger Currys promotion offering up to 40% off selected cooking and built-in appliances, invites customers to trade in their old premium Rangemaster, Stoves or Smeg-branded rangestyle cookers, for which they could receive up to £150 towards a selected replacement. The scheme, which ends on December 24th, aims to encourage safe, green, recycling on classic, but disused, cookers.
Customers wishing to take part are advised to visit the Currys website - http://www.currys.co.uk - to check if their rangestyle cooker is eligible for trade-in. Through the websites customers will also be able to view the retail price and trade-in price of their cooker, comparing the two totals and working out the trade-in sum they could subsequently earn.
The trade-in scheme has launched in conjunction with another special Currys promotion giving customers the chance to save up to 40% on any quality cooking and built-in appliances. There are great savings to found on top branded gas, electric, dual fuel and freestanding cookers and also microwaves.
Currys is part of Dixons Retail plc. With over 1,200 stores and online services spanning 28 countries, Dixons is widely acknowledged as one of Europe's leading specialist electrical retailing groups. Dixons employs over 38,000 people and provides top quality training to ensure their personnel can provide amazing customer service on products ranging from televisions to ovens, and computers to gaming laptops.
For more information please contact the Dixons Retail Press Office:
Charlotte Frost, Leigh-Anne Leonce or Jonny Stanton on +44(0)207-543-4528 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Dixons Retail