|Introducing the Best Buy Buy Back Program|
One of the biggest problems most people have with getting a new computer is figuring out what to do with their old one. In some cases, its easy to pass the legacy machine down to your kids or to repurpose it. Sometimes that isn’t always possible, or practical; and you’re stuck with an outdated machine. What do you do? Simple, if you bought the machine from Best Buy…
Yesterday during the third quarter of the Super Bowl, BestBuy introduced The Buy Back program. In a nut shell, the
Best Buy® Buy Back Program available in U.S. stores and online. Not available in Puerto Rico. Prices vary on Buy Back plans. Some limitations apply. Please refer to the terms and conditions for a complete description of the Program. Get up to 50% of the original purchase price on a Best Buy Gift Card when you return your TV, laptop, netbook, tablet or post-paid mobile phone in good condition with all accessories within 6 months of the effective date. Effective date starts 31 days after purchase. Excludes Desktop computers and TVs $5000 and up.
This week, the Buy Back program is free. Later on, its an add-on that you can purchase with your new toys. If during the first seven months of owning your new toy, you decide to upgrade, Best Buy will buy it back, for up to 50% of the purchase price. If you’re a chronic early adopter, this actually might work for you. Being able to get up to 50% of the purchase price back within 7 months (again, the program kicks in 31 days after purchase), as long as you have all the stuff (box, manuals, discs, cables, etc.) and as long as its in good condition could be a huge value add.