EVGA doubles its “Step-Up” program to 180 days

/ 5 years ago

You may be aware of EVGA’s Step-Up program which entitles end users to trade-in an EVGA product within a specified amount of time to receive an upgrade of a greater performing piece of hardware; graphics or motherboard.

EVGA have now increased the Step-Up program from its standard 90 days to 180 days in Europe, but beware this is only for a limited amount of time and is only for products purchased between 16th October and 21st December.

EVGA has the following to say:

“Our Step-Up Program is one of the many benefits available to end users when they join the EVGA community,” said Lee Rossiter, European Sales Director, EVGA. “The Step-Up Program protects the investment an end user makes in an EVGA product, and gives them the opportunity to upgrade to a higher performance EVGA graphics card or motherboard. This promotion enables our end users to have the flexibility to ‘trade up’ through pretty much the first half of 2013,” explained Rossiter, adding: “It’s an incredible promotion – we’ve even waived the requirement to purchase Extended Warranty for the duration of the promo.

“This is just one example of an increasing number of promotions, competitions, and prize giveaways across our websites, forums, and social media, as EVGA rapidly expands in Europe.

“Here we are talking about the launch of the Step-Up promotion, while there’s also an EVGA All Servers Gaming Event* that got underway this week. It’s a global promotion with some incredible prizes such as a top-of-the-range gaming system, Intel® CPUs and SSDs, gaming bundles from Razer™, EVGA graphics cards and motherboards. It’s not a competition or a tournament, it’s just an opportunity to get gaming and have some fun… and be in with a chance to win some great prizes.

“At EVGA, there is no hard sell. We’re more focused on ensuring our growing community of users is having the best experience they possibly can, with the investment they’ve made with us. The promotions, competitions, gaming events, and prize giveaways… are a way for EVGA to say ‘thank you’ and give back to our community.”

You can find more information on this promotion through the EVGA site here.

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