Panasonic Free Uggs 'N Washers Promo

Written by Oonagh Reidy     03/04/2013 | 14:56 | Category: KITCHEN

Panasonic is offering two pairs of Australian UGG boots with the purchase of an 8kg or 10kg Washing Machine.

Panasonic Free Uggs 'N Washers Promo

Panasonic say they are running the promo to help consumers "ease their way into winter" and will be hoping the free pairs of Uggs worth $350 help push sales its Eco Navi smart washer range.

The Pana promo comes as LG and Samsung are both set to launch smart washers in the coming weeks.

Samsung debuted its full 2013 appliance line including its 7kg compact front washer designed for apartment living at an event in Bondi, last night.

The Panasonic Washing Machine eligible for the Ugg promo are: NA-148VG3WAU, NA-140VG3WAU, NA-148VX3WAU or NA-140VX3WAU between April 01-May 31 will receive two bonus pairs of UGG boots valued at over $350.

"With winter fast approaching what better way to get prepared than with two bonus pairs of genuine Australian made UGG boots.

UGG boots are an Australian institution and we are excited to be offering this gift with our range of energy saving Washing Machines" said Prue Sheehan, Pana's Product Marketing Manager - White Goods and Small Appliances

Panasonic's Washing Machines feature energy saving ECONAVI technology, which measures the amount of clothing and adapts the energy and water needed for the wash, reducing the amount of water used.

The bonus UGG boots promotional gift is available via redemption. All claims must be received by June 14 and will take up to 28 days for delivery from receipt of the valid claim.

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