Kogan offers free TVs if pipped on price

By William Maher on Sep 1, 2011 3:05 PM
Filed under Sales & Marketing

Two major rivals in its sights.

Online electronics retailer Kogan is advertising a free Kogan TV for consumers able to find "a better advertised price for a LCD or LED TV" at either Harvey Norman or JB Hi-Fi.

But according to the fine print the TV has to "have the same features" including size and panel type (LED or LCD). The Kogan site also states the TV must have the same resolution and feature set, listing HD, Full HD, and built-in DVD as examples, which might narrow down the field a bit.

Kogan hasn't listed an end date on the promotion, but says it reserves the right to close the promotion at its discretion. It says customers should check the Kogan web site before making a claim to see if the offer is still open.

The Kogan web site also states one claim only can be made per person. It also states you'll need to allow two months from the date of claim to receive your gift.

There are various other terms and conditions - go to the Kogan site to read the rest.

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