Microsoft Offers $400 Gift Card For Going Green

Its true as the title says. Microsoft offering Gift card for going green. Bring in your Tablet, PC, Mobile or even game software for free recycling, if it has value Microsoft will pay upto $400 worth Gift card. Details inside.

Microsoft $400 Gift Voucher

To keep earth clean and free from massive tech wastage most of the big companies started to provide free recycling. This time Microsoft came with a big trade in value for the recycling. Microsoft will pay upto $400 worth gift card depending on the trade-in value.

So Whats the Offer?

Bring in your current device or game software for recycling and receive a Microsoft store gift card for:

  • up to $400 for a smartphone.
  • up to $400 for tablet or PC.
  • up to $125 for a game console.
  • up to $10 for games.

What are the terms?

The terms of the offer are given below
1. Valid March 4, 2013 until March 31, 2013. Available in select Microsoft retail stores in US (not including Puerto Rico); not valid Microsoft online store.
2. To be eligible for trade-in, your tablet, PC, phone, game console, or game media, should include device power cord, if available, and device cannot be password protected.
3. Applicable Microsoft store gift-card value will be determined at trade-in, and is subject to Microsoft’s discretion and manager approval.
4. Not valid on prior orders or purchases; cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed for cash or gift cards. Not combine with other offers.
5. All trade-ins are final. Other Recycle for Rewards terms and conditions apply. See store associate for details.

How to get the Offer:

To do the trade-in visit a Microsoft store. You could find store location near you, using this link.

So let us know if any of you tried trade-in, and what was your experience.

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