You might want to bring along your accountant since, according to my math, it looks like they are only offering a 33% Upgrade Credit and only to those who pay the inflated prices offered through their website via a financing agreement.
: Don't bring me along to do the math because upon further reflection you really only get up to
a 16.5% Upgrade Credit since you had to purchase 2 TVs at full pop to get the 33% Upgrade Credit based on the purchase price of the initial device. Also, if you are a guy like me who pays off their debts early how about this clause which in essence would have you receiving a 0% Upgrade Credit:
Your Upgrade Credit cannot exceed the unpaid balance of the Financed Amount for the Initial Device or 33% of the Financed Amount, whichever is less. Therefore, if you pay-off your balance or pay more than 66% of the Financed Amount before you upgrade, the amount of your Upgrade Credit may be zero or less than 33% of the cost of the Initial Device.
But especially troubling is this small print where you are going to need the services of a lawyer:
The Upgrade Program may be modified or cancelled at any time in Samsung’s sole discretion.
The more detailed Samsung Upgrade Program Terms
for Televisions goes on to say:
Samsung reserves the right to substitute, change, cancel or add to any part of these Upgrade Terms at any time, including terminating the Upgrade Program or modifying these Upgrade Terms. In the event the Upgrade Program is terminated, you will still be responsible for any outstanding balances due under the terms of your Samsung Financing Program Account Agreement. We will use reasonable efforts to provide you with advance notice before we terminate the Upgrade Program. We will also use reasonable efforts to provide advance notice before we make changes to the Upgrade Program that, in our discretion, could significantly restrict your rights or add significant new obligations relating to your participation in the Upgrade Program.
Oh well, at least this time Samsung is not beating around the bush like they did with the Evo Kit (especially for purchasers of the 2015 JS
series who have yet to see the promised upgrade) where they appear to have terminated the program without any such clause at the time of sale nor did purchasers receive any advance notice.