Trade in your old printer and get 50% off a new Brother printer

Brother International Philippines Corporation is officially kicking off its nationwide Trade-in Madness road show this February.

Brother will make stop overs at 11 malls across the country wherein customers can trade in their old, working or non-working printers, scanners, and fax machines of any brand. After checking in their old peripheral, customers can avail of a brand new Brother printer with a whopping 50 percent off the bill.

What you need to do is simply bring in your old machine, fill in the Trade-In Acknowledgement form, and present the form to a Brother authorized dealer to avail of the discount. Participants can trade in a maximum of three units during the promo period.

“We want people to see for themselves Brother’s excellent line of award-winning products. Brother believes in the Filipinos’ creative and entrepreneurial potential and we commit ourselves to delivering superior service solutions and products at value-for-money costs,” said Brother Philippines president Glenn Hocson.

Up for grabs is the efficient Brother MFC-J3720 InkBenefit A3 Color Inkjet Multi-Function Centre that can print, scan, fax, copy, and directly print photos with print speeds of up to 35 pages per minute. Other premium Brother products included in the promo are the MFC-9330CDW Color LED Multi-Function Centre, MFC-L2740DW Monochrome Laser Multi-Function Centre, HL-L2365DW Monochrome Laser Printer, and HL-3170CDW Color LED Printer.

Catch Brother Philippines Trade-In Madness road show at:

  • Robinsons Tacloban on Feb. 10-16
  • Gaisano Mall of Tagum on Feb. 10-16
  • SM Megamall & St. Francis Square on Feb. 12-18
  • Rockwell Powerplant Mall on Feb. 12-22
  • NE Pacific Cabanatuan on Feb. 15-21
  • SM City Bacolod on Feb. 20-Mar.1
  • Gilmore IT Center on Feb. 21-Mar. 28
  • NCCC Mall Davao on Feb. 22-28
  • SM City Naga on Feb. 23-Mar. 1
  • The Annex, SM City North EDSA on Feb. 26-Mar. 4
  • Gaisano Mall in Iligan on Feb. 26-Mar. 4

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To know more about Brother Philippines’ Trade-In Madness, see flyers and print ads or visit the Brother Philippines official Facebook page