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April 10, 2008

Sennheiser Offering Cash For Unwanted Headphones

By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor


Sennheiser USA has announced it is offering consumers cash as part of a cash-back trade in program.
The company has said they will accept headphones that are old, broken or used for a cash trade-in when users upgrade to a popular pair of Sennheiser headphones.
This program offers consumers the opportunity to get a significantly higher dollar value back for headphones that may end up in the garbage or in a desk drawer after an upgrade.
Further, by upgrading to a pair of Sennheiser's headphones, consumers can experience the high quality sound and comfort that has made them one of the hottest names in audio today, while also saving their hard earned money.
Most consumers today are frequently purchasing new technologies and devices that offer the most cutting edge features. For headphone users, this means upgrading to new devices as they become available. In order to lower their street prices to the consumer, manufacturers of portable media players include inexpensive "starter" earbuds that typically cost less than $0.40 cents to produce. Based on that figure, and with upgrade values of up to $25, users can get up to 62.5 times the value of their trade in.  If the earbuds were acquired for free, this means even more money back.

The offer is being extended for an array of headphones including street buds, in ear, noise cancelling and classic and sport product lines, each with differing rebate amounts.
Street Ear Buds will receive a $5 rebate while Classic and Sport headphones will receive $10 rebate, followed by a $15 rebate for In-Ear headphones and a $25 rebate for all Noise Cancelling headphones.
Sennheiser is making it easy for consumers to get their rebate via an easy to fill out rebate form available HERE.
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