Incredible Connection Trade-In, Upgrade & Save price cuts

Incredible Connection’s annual “Trade-In, Upgrade & Save” promotion kicks off this week, offering discounts on laptops, tablets, phones, and other tech products.

By - February 3, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Incredible Connection will launch its annual “Trade-In, Upgrade & Save” promotion this week, offering discounts on laptops, tablets, phones, and other tech products.

The company previously explained that its “Trade-In” initiative, which runs every year during February, is part of its commitment to alleviating harm to the environment.

“Bring in your old technology and get discounts off new technology,” it said.

“We will help you to dispose of your old technology in an environmentally-responsible manner.”

The latest promotion, which runs from 4 to 7 February 2016, offers discounts of up to R5,000.

The company said that each unit traded in qualifies for one similar product purchased at the trade-in price. For example, camera for camera, PC or notebook for notebook.

It added that a trade-in and disclaimer form must be completed in store, and that proof of identity is required.

Some of the prominent deals in the promotion are listed below.


Lenovo G5080 Intel Core i3 laptop with 6GB RAM and a 1TB HDD – R5,999 with a trade-in

Lenovo laptop


HP Pavillion Intel Core i5 laptop with 6GB RAM and a 1TB HDD – R8,999 with a trade-in

HP laptop


Acer 13.3-inch Aspire S7 Ultrabook – R22,999 with a trade-in

Acer laptop


Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – R12,999 with a trade-in

Samsung Galaxy Note 5


Samsung printers – up to R1,000 off

Samsung printers


Canon MF217W multifunction business printer – R1,699 with a trade-in

Canon printer

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