Buying a TV could be a big choice, but the latest promotion from Hisense wants to help; starting today, Hisense will allow you to test some of its top TVs giving 100 Day guarantee which allows you to buy a Hisense TV, to try it in your own living room for 100 days, and then, if you do not like it, you can return the television for a full refund.
A variety of Hisense’s latest models, including U6G, U7G and U8G, are featured in the offer. But even the 75-inch U800GR 8K (which costs $2,699.99) and the high-end, 100-inch and 120-inch L9G laser TV screen configurations (which costs $5,500 and $6,000, respectively) are all eligible, so you may test the fantastic TVs that Hisense sells if you’re ready to put them in place.
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Of course, there are a few caveats. From 9th to 31st September you will need to buy TV from the approved list of Hisense (which includes Amazon, Best Buy, PC Richard, and Walmart.com). You will have to pay the entire price of TV in advance, and the reimbursement comes when Hisense gets the TV back. You will also have to register your TV within 14 days of it being registered on the Hisense promotional website or otherwise you won’t be able to return it.
If you wish to return the television (which Hisense probably hopes you won’t), once you have done this, you will need to return to the same promotional website and make an application for a return. As part of your request, you must produce a television receipt along with images that show that throughout your 100-day trial term you did not wreck it.
The terms and conditions of Hisense stipulate that the “undamaged and not permanently marked product shall be used for its intended purpose within a hundred (100) days (subject to reasonable wear and tear) and shall not have an impact in the reselling value). You also have to return it with its original accessories, however Hisense will ship through a packaging to make it easier to return.
Hisense will confirm your claim and send it via a prepaid postage label when you have done all that, at which time you have 21 days to return it back. Once the TV is received, either a prepaid Visa debit card or a PayPal transfer will be refunded. Hisense claims that all of the TVs returned would be “neither recycled nor renovated.”
Hisense said it would supply return shipping material to TVs returned back during its 100 day campaign, so that buyers will not have to hang up to the original box.