Lenovo, in partnership with NextWorth, announced today their Consumer Electronics Trade-In Program. Like any other trade-in program out there these days, Lenovo’s allows you to trade in used electronics like laptops, tablets and digital cameras towards a Lenovo gift card. You can then use the balance of the gift card towards the purchase of a new Lenovo product. Lenovo even pays the shipping of the old gadgets for you. This is really a great deal if you have any unused electronics with some value to them and are wanting a new Lenovo product.
“As technology refreshes with greater frequency, our customers are looking for ways to future-proof their purchases as well as be environmentally sensitive,” said Lewis Broadnax, executive director, Lenovo.com. “We have looked at various options and NextWorth offers a very effective service as well as a great user experience. We are looking forward to the benefits that our partnership with NextWorth will bring to our existing and future customers.”
Partnering with NextWorth, an electronics recycling company, this program is sure to be good for consumers and the environment as well. Even if the trade-in value of your device is small, this is a great way to stop personal e-waste and keep these things from ending up in a landfill.
“We’re thrilled Lenovo has chosen NextWorth to power its trade-in program as the company embraces device trade-in as a critical sales tool,” said Dave Chen, CEO of NextWorth. “Customers are more likely to upgrade their laptops and other electronics sooner when they receive money for older items, and our industry-leading pricing and easy-to-use interface put us ahead of the pack for partnering with Lenovo. We are looking forward to innovating the market with Lenovo and creating newfound value for customers.”
At launch, the Lenovo trade-in program offers a limited time $20 bonus value for any competitor’s laptop traded in. Customers simply need to enter “TRADEINFORLENOVO”at checkout. Maybe now is the time for that new Lenovo laptop you have been eye balling.
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