TO QUALIFY FOR A $50 MAIL-IN REBATE
IMPORTANT: This mail-in rebate is valid for purchases from Authorized Pioneer Dealers (not valid with purchases from Best Buy). Internet purchases are valid only from Authorized Pioneer Internet Dealers.
Please mail all required documents to:
Pioneer AppRadio Rebate
c/o Pioneer Dept #12-90626
P.O. Box 540028
El Paso, TX 88554
For questions concerning your Rebate, please call 1-888-295-7742, Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Pacific time. Track the status of your rebate online at http://www.rebateshq.com.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted by law. Offer valid for purchases of brand new (A-stock) units made from an authorized Pioneer Dealer in the United States between May 21, 2012 and September 9, 2012. This mail-in rebate offer is not valid for purchases from Best Buy. Please check with Best Buy for more information. A valid signature and valid serial number are required on Rebate form, as well as the original Serial Number cut from the product box. Purchase must be for consumer use only and not for resale or commercial purposes. Rebate is restricted to one (1) rebate per person with a maximum of one (1) rebate per household. Purchases by companies and other entities are not eligible. Not available to employees of Pioneer or any Pioneer dealers or distributors. Packaging slips, credit card authorization slips, credit card statement or shipping documents will not be accepted as proof of purchase in lieu of sales receipt. Please allow 8 weeks for processing. No responsibility is assumed by Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc., its affiliates, promotion agencies, distributors, and/or dealers for Rebate documents not received by specified time and at specified address, regardless of reason, or for lost, stolen, illegible, incomplete, misdirected or delayed mail. Pioneer will not process any Rebate requests that do not meet the above requirements. This offer cannot be combined with any other rebates or discounts. Offer not valid outside of the United States. Fraudulent submissions could result in prosecution under federal and state law.