Snap-on "Triple Threat" instant rebates

Jan. 1, 2020
If you are looking to make a big tool purchase so that you're ready for the busy summer workload, Snap-on is here to help. For a limited time, Snap-on is offering instant rebates up to $1,800 when your purchase is financed through Snap-on Credit with
If you are looking to make a big tool purchase so that you’re ready for the busy summer workload, Snap-on is here to help. For a limited time, Snap-on is offering instant rebates up to $1,800 when your purchase is financed through Snap-on Credit with an extended credit contract.

“Snap-on’s ‘Triple Threat’ instant rebate program is a great incentive for our customers to make those tool purchases they may have been putting off for awhile. It’s also a terrific way to purchase new tool storage units or diagnostic tools,” said Rick Secor, director of marketing communications for Snap-on Tools. “The ‘Triple Threat’ is not for procrastinators. You need to act fast to take advantage of this special savings opportunity.”

The Snap-on “Triple Threat” instant rebate program runs through July 29, 2011. The rebate options include:

  • Net sale of $3,000 - $300 instant rebate
  • Net sale of $6,000 - $900 instant rebate
  • Net sale of $9,000 - $1,800 instant rebate
Customers can find out more about the terms and conditions of Snap-on’s “Triple Threat” instant rebate program by contacting their local participating Snap-on franchisee or by calling toll free 877-777-8455.

All extended credit contracts are subject to Snap-on Credit approval. Not everyone will be approved. Standard terms and fees apply; taxes and document fees extra. Minimum net sale to qualify for an instant rebate is $3,000.

Snap-on Tools is a subsidiary of Snap-on. For additional information, visit www.snapon.com.

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