Samsung Offers Users $100 To Trade In Their iPhones For The ‘Ultimate Test Drive’ Program

Samsung Offers Users $100 To Trade In Their iPhones For The ‘Ultimate Test Drive’ Program
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Samsung has finally cracked the code. Yes, the brand has come up with a strategy that no iPhone user can resist. In one of our previous Samsung-Apple rivalry stories, we have written how Samsung is offering ‘Test Drive‘ to iPhone users.


Now Samsung has gone a step further and is openly asking iPhone users to give up on their Apple products.

After completing the test drive program, this South Korean manufacturing giant offered everyone from the program who purchased any of the phones –  Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+ or Galaxy S6 – a whopping $100 Google Play credits.

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A few days back, we also covered a story where we told you where to sell your old iPhone to make space for the new. And if $100 Google Play credits are not enough for you, Samsung is offering you extra $100 to trade in your old iPhone to the company’s retailer or carrier.

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So trying and buying Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5, S6 Edge+, or S6, without any hard work, gives you $200. Isn’t that a tempting offer?

Since you now know about the offer, check out the website, which offers instructions how to avail it.

Users who have opted for Samsung’s “Ultimate Test Drive” program should visit Samsung’s promotion page after the completion. Then fill a few simple details on the website.

1. Your email id (the one you used for the program)
2. Answer their survey questions
3. Fill out the purchase details with your receipt’s picture

And you are done!

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This offer is valid only for the 3 phones mentioned above. This is until December 31 2015. If you are an iPhone user looking for a switch, go try Samsung’s new smartphones right now.