Amazon Gives Away $50 To Early HD-DVD Adopters
Amazon.com is offering customers who purchased an HD-DVD player from them before February 23, 2008, a credit good for $50 off any products that expires in one year.
Purchases from third-party merchants on Amazon are not eligible.
To quote: Dear Amazon.com Customer,
As someone who purchased an HD DVD player from us before February 23, 2008,* you might like to hear about a special offer available from Amazon.com.
New technologies don't always work out as planned. We at Amazon.com value our customer relationships more than anything and would like to support customers who purchased these players by offering a credit good for $50 off any products sold by Amazon.com.** Just use promotional code PROMO CODE HERE when checking out. The code is valid through April 9, 2009, so you have plenty of time to use your credit. Purchases from third-party merchants on our site are not eligible.
In addition, we'd like to share some of our top offers on Blu-ray discs, HDTVs and other high-def technology and remind you that the Amazon.com Marketplace is available to sell items you might not want anymore as you upgrade to new ones. Also be sure to check out our monthly Amazon.com Early Adopters Delivers email to find out about the latest technology.
* On February 23, 2008, the last manufacturer of HD DVD players announced it was ceasing production of those players.
** Offer cannot be used to pay for special-order titles, e-books or downloadable e-content, wireless service plans, gift certificates, gift-wrap, taxes, or shipping and handling charges. $50.00 promotional credit is per HD DVD player purchased prior to February 23, 2008--up to 10 units for a maximum credit of $500.00.
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Will they be doing this for thw UK too do you know? I hope so, I got a HD-DVD player from amazon in december.
amazon should do this offer for the UK and it good to see that some companies realise the HD war is over not to mention this offer is likely to bring in enough profits to account for the loss in there wide selection of HD products.