Motocaddy offers £50 cashback

In a move to boost retailer sales before Christmas, Motocaddy is offering a special seasonal promotion to reward golfers who buy a Lithium powered trolley with an exclusive £50 cashback offer.

From today, any golfer opting to upgrade their Motocaddy trolley purchase to Lithium – including the latest widely-acclaimed S7 REMOTE model – can claim £50 in cashback directly from Motocaddy. The promotion, which is seen as the first of its kind from a manufacturer in the golf industry, runs through to 24 December 2015.

“Given recent accelerated growth in sales of Lithium batteries, thanks to the impact of our ‘Time to Go Lithium’ campaign, we expect this promotion to be our most successful ever,” said sales director Neil Parker. “Although Cashback promotions are commonplace in the consumer goods market, we believe this is a first for the golf sector and are thrilled to give our retail partners this opportunity at one of the traditionally busiest periods for golf trolley sales.”

The biggest consumer promotion ever run by Motocaddy coincides with more golfers choosing a Lithium battery to power their electric trolley because it provides a reliable, longer-lasting and cost-effective power source. Over 60 per cent of Motocaddy trolleys sold this year have been equipped with Lithium batteries, a figure that has almost doubled from this time last year. With lifespan five-times longer than its Lead-acid equivalent, a Lithium battery is super lightweight and more compact, plus it comes with a 5-year limited warranty.

“The promotion is being supported by a major advertising campaign,” said marketing manager Oliver Churcher. “It includes high-profile consumer press, digital and email adverts, backed by a wide range of POS materials for our trade customers to take full advantage of the promotion.”

More details on the promotion, including full Terms & Conditions, can be found at

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