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Sennheiser Announces “Trade In, Trade Up” Wireless System Promotion

Rebates of up to $200 available on purchase of select systems

Sennheiser has announced the new “Trade In, Trade Up” promotion in which customers can trade in their old wireless equipment from any manufacturer and receive a credit of up to $200 toward the purchase of a new Sennheiser wireless system.

Rebates are valid on select Sennheiser XS and EW G3 wireless systems purchased from an authorized U.S. Sennheiser dealer between now and September 30, 2013. 

Following are trade-in rebate values for the various products that are included:

—XS Wireless – $50 rebate
—ew 100 – $100 rebate
—ew 300 – $150 rebate
—ew 500 – $200 rebate

To receive a rebate on eligible products, customers will need to mail the following to Sennheiser following their purchase (postmarked no later than October 31, 2013):

1) A completed rebate form, which can be downloaded from the Sennheiser website here.
2) The original UPC and EAN code, cut from the box (no photocopies will be accepted).
3) A copy of the sales receipt, dated between July 1, 2013 and September 30, 2013, from an authorized Sennheiser dealer for a product listed above.
4) he old wireless systems being traded for cash rebate (quantity of trades will be matched one-to-one against purchases, up to the quality of new systems purchased).

All rebates must be postmarked no later than October 31, 2013.

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