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SkyCaddie unveils SX500 promotion

1.09pm 19th December 2018 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

Golfers can now snap up Skycaddie’s new SX500 for £50 off the RRP (£379.95) if they trade-in any of their old distance measuring devices when buying the new SkyCaddie.

That’s any laser, any GPS, any brand, whether it works or not. Customers simply bring in their old distance measuring device and claim a £50 discount on a brand-new SkyCaddie SX500.

The promotion gives retailers more margin, on a lower selling price. The retailer simply discounts the SX500 at the point of purchase, and takes possession of the customer’s old distance measuring device when selling the new SX500. There’s then a trade-in form to complete and return to SkyCaddie, which generates a credit on the retailer’s account. All paperwork must be completed by January 11, 2019, following the promotion’s finish on December 31.

This is the perfect opportunity for golfers to switch to SkyCaddie GPS – where no flag, no bunker, no layup point and no hazard is ever blind. Every hole is mapped on foot, exclusively for SkyCaddie users, by experts using professional surveying equipment. And SkyCaddie updates course maps whenever golf clubs make changes.

SkyCaddie is advertising the promotion and encouraging golfers to ‘head to your PGA Pro today, don’t forget your old laser or GPS, and save £50 on golf’s newest game-management device’.

A consumer-facing web page at http://www.skycaddiepromo.com/tradeupSX500UK/ explains the promotion.

       

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