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Yamaha Announces Piano Upgrade Bonus

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More notes for your old piano with Yamaha's best ever Piano Upgrade Bonus

The 2017 campaign sees better than ever part-exchange values on offer

Yamaha announces details of their popular annual Piano Upgrade Promotion, featuring their best ever part-exchange deals. Customers are being offered a highly affordable route to owning a new Yamaha Silent or TransAcoustic piano.

Launching on September 1st, this year’s Pan-European campaign gives customers the opportunity to trade in any 88-key digital or acoustic piano and receive Yamaha’s best ever guaranteed upgrade price which combines with any additional part-exchange value offered by participating dealers.

The scheme applies both to individuals and to educational establishments, providing a one-off chance to receive a significantly higher-than-usual value on an old instrument, with up to £1325 being available from Yamaha in some cases. This, combined with the participating dealer value, will make new Yamaha piano ownership and investment more affordable than ever.

Yamaha’s Leanne Barrell comments, “This year’s promotion offers the best ever value to customers wishing to part-exchange their current instrument against a new Yamaha piano. We’ve focused on our increasingly popular TransAcoustic and Silent pianos as more and more people are realising the practical and creative benefits of these new technology instruments. We’re seeing a massive increase in interest in Quiet Technology, and Yamaha Silent Pianos are the only pianos to have been awarded the prestigious International ‘Quiet Mark’.”

Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance the value of your old piano by contacting your local participating dealer, see the full list here: uk.yamaha.com/pianopromotions

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