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SkyCaddie resurrects popular ‘Dead or Alive’ £50 Trade-in deal

2.23pm 20th August 2021 - Corporate

SkyCaddie’s September £50 trade-in offer resurrects its popular ‘dead or alive’ invitation to golfers who have old, unwanted GPS or laser rangefinders.

SkyCaddie is telling golfers to “clear out your golf bags and garages!” and pay less for SkyCaddie’s multiple-award-winning, category-topping 2021 range of GPS devices.

Until 15th September, golfers will receive a £50 discount off new SkyCaddie GPS handhelds and smart watches if they trade in Any GPS or laser rangefinder, Any brand, in Any condition, while making the purchase.

In the promotion, golfers seeking the ultimate in on-course information should choose between the dazzling HD screens of the newly launched full-size SkyCaddie SX550 (5.5” screen, RRP £379.95) and the more compact award winning, SkyCaddie SX400 (4” screen, RRP £299.95).

For those who prefer a yardage on their wrist, the choice is between the SkyCaddie LX5 Smart Watch (RRP £299.95) and the SkyCaddie LX5C Ceramic Bezel model (RRP £349.95).

To fulfil the trade-in retailers should discount the SkyCaddie by £50 off RRP including VAT at the point of purchase after taking possession of the customer’s old laser or GPS device.

SkyCaddie’s Trade-In Form, which gives advice on how to obtain a credit on your account, should then be completed.

Although consumers have until 15th September to participate in the trade-in, they have until Friday 24th September to process the trade-in and receive their credits.

Retailers with questions should email, or call SkyCaddie on 01844 296360.

And remember … dead or alive!

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