From February 15 to March 31, 2020, Logitech is giving you a chance to exchange your old gadgets, working or not working, for e-vouchers, via the LOGI Rewards App.

Simply need to download the app and register for an account, then take your old gadgets to Logitech pop-up booths and partner outlets at the following venues and dates:

LOGITECH G CONCEPT STORE :

  • Feb 15 – Mar 31, 2020
  • Festival Mall : Feb 29 – Mar 6, 2020
  • SM Megamall : Mar 25 – 31, 2020

Apart from letting you trade your old gadgets, LOGI Rewards App also lets you enjoy a ton of exciting rewards and promos upon successful registration and on succeeding purchases. You’ll also be able to check out information on the latest products, events, and promotions.

Here are 5 good reasons to trade-up your old gadgets:

  • It’s the perfect opportunity to free up some space in your shelves, you also get to let go of things you don’t need.
  • Instead of going to landfills, this allows you to responsibly dispose of your gadgets, via channels that are able to reuse or recycle qualified devices.
  • You get rewarded for the effort with up to PhP500 worth of Logitech vouchers
  • Visiting the Logitech Concept Store and partner outlets give you the chance to check out and experience the company’s latest products
  • It’s simply an awesome way to experience the LOGI Rewards App!
CATEGORY PRODUCT FOR TRADE IN CLASSIFICATION/EVALUATION

BASIS

E-VOUCHER AMOUNT
Gaming/Non Gaming Mouse Any brand of Wired or Wireless Mouse; Working or Non-Working Gaming: Php500

Non-Gaming: Php200

Gaming/Non Gaming Keyboard Any brand of Wired or Wireless keyboard; Working or Non-Working Gaming: Php500

Non-Gaming: Php200

Non Gaming Keyboard/Mouse Combo Any brand of Wired or Wireless Keyboard & Mouse; Working or Non-Working Non-Gaming: Php200
Gaming Headset Any brand of Wired or Wireless Gaming Headset; Working or Non-Working Gaming: Php500

 

For more information, you can download the LOGI Rewards App for iOS and Android.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.