Do I Really Need a Projector Screen?
If you’re asking this question, you’ve probably already purchased a projector and are trying to figure out if it’s worth it to now spend more money on a projector screen.
When you purchase the latest Epson interactive display before 30.09.2018, you can trade in your old Epson projector and receive €100 cashback.
What’s more, is that you can also trade in your interactive whiteboard at the same time to receive an additional €100 cashback, OR, you can trade in your old interactive touch screen (50” and above) and you can receive up to €200 cashback.
The Epson cashback offer is so easy, it can be done in three simple steps:
Purchase a qualifying Epson interactive display before 30.09.2018.
Visit the Epson website to complete the online form. Then simply upload a copy of your receipt or invoice and submit.
Epson will get in touch with you to arrange collection of your old equipment for recycling. When your submission becomes verified, Epson will then issue the cashback!
What are you waiting for? Shop our Epson interactive range today to make sure you don’t miss out on this great offer!
If you’re not sure what projector is right for you, then why not take a look at our blog to help you decide, and if you are still unsure, then you can always contact us directly, 01 4097034 or you can email us at [email protected] we are always here to help.
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