Garmin Singapore is making a bold offer to take ANY watch as a part-exchange on a new Fenix 6 or Venu. Depending on the watch you want to buy you can get between S$100 and S$300 off. And the watch you are trading in doesn’t even have to work, it can be in any condition.
I wonder if this sneaky but clever ruse will continue in other Garmin localities?
Garmin seems to typically fix headline prices on their own site and tend not to disrupt partner-reseller sales too much. For obvious reasons…they’re partners. Trade-ins, like that offered here by Garmin Singapore, can be seen as an acceptable way to bypass the normal way of working even though Garmin are effectively offering a no-strings-attached chunky discount.
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