Motocaddy, the world’s top-selling trolley brand, is providing golfers with an extra incentive this summer to upgrade their electric trolley with an increased cashback reward of up to £60, plus have their old trolley responsibly recycled for free.
Following the success of last year’s trolley trade-in promotion – the first of its kind in the golf industry - golfers who purchase a new Motocaddy electric trolley with an Extended range Lithium battery can now claim £60 cashback, while those purchasing a Standard range Lithium option can claim £50 cashback when they trade-in any brand of electric trolley - any model, age or condition (working or not).
Between now and the end of July, Motocaddy has once again partnered with delivery giant UPS and a specialist electronics recycling partner to ensure each old trolley is responsibly recycled, rather than damage the environment by going to landfill or find its way back into the market as a refurbished model. Of the trolleys traded-in during last year’s promotion, over one in four (28%) were more than a decade old, while half were between 5-10 years old and one in five (20%) aged between two and five years.
“Last year’s promotion was welcomed by thousands of British golfers who really took advantage of the offer to get rid of their old trolley and replace it with a brand new one,” said Motocaddy Marketing Manager, Oliver Churcher. “We’re confident that this year’s promotion will once again prove extremely popular ahead of what is sure to be an exciting summer of golf,” he added.
Following the purchase of a new Motocaddy Lithium trolley, golfers simply register the warranty on the brand’s website and submit their trade-in claim. Once the claim has been verified, a free shipping label is emailed to them, so the old trolley can be dropped off at one of more than 3,000 UPS Access Points across the UK. When the old trolley has been received, Motocaddy will then transfer the qualifying cashback payment directly into the golfer’s bank account.
The promotion runs for just over eight weeks and is restricted to the United Kingdom mainland, which excludes Northern Ireland, Scottish Isles, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. The promotion runs until Wednesday, 31 July, 2019.