Upgrade your appliance and get up to £300 cashback with Samsung's Upgrade and Save campaign
Looking for ways to make your home efficient? Or perhaps you would like to cut down your energy bills? Now you can save and upgrade through Samsung’s latest campaign.
Saving money doesn’t always mean scrimping and budgeting – just making smart choices could make all the difference. Simpy upgrading your home appliances to the latest Samsung models could save you money on your electricity bills each month. A recent study found that 40% of homeowners would upgrade to a more energy efficient appliance if it mean they saved money for themselves. But despite this, over half (58%) of people surveyed admitted the top reason they hadn’t upgraded was because they couldn’t afford it. Samsung’s Upgrade and Save Campaign initiative makes this possible.
The company, which recently won the Which? 2015 Best Buy for RB31 Fridge Freezer, has launched a brilliant scheme to help you save money on your monthly energy bills. When you upgrade your washing machine, washer dryer or fridge-freezer, Samsung offers you up to a massive £300 in cash back.. So not only do you get to update your kitchen with a swanky new appliance, but you also get to keep a little extra money.
Qualifying products include a stylish American-style fridge freezer and a brilliant washing machine that makes laundry easier thanks to sensors that help you select the best programme and detergent for each load.
Taking advantage of this fabulous initiative couldn’t be easier. Just choose your new appliance from a select range of Samsung products and complete your purchase in store or online before 22 November. Keep your receipt and, after 21 days, you will qualify to redeem your cashback online. Best of all, if your claim is valid, you will receive your money directly into your bank account within a month.
To find out how much you can Upgrade and Save, and for full terms and conditions, visit samsung.com/uk/upgradeandsave
*Research conducted by One Poll on behalf of Samsung with 2,000 homeowners across the UK.