Lincoln Extends and Expands Money Matters Customer Promotion - BodyShop Business

Lincoln Extends and Expands Money Matters Customer Promotion

Lincoln Electric customers now have more time to save on discounted welding and cutting equipment through the company’s Money Matters rebate program. The current program will be extended until Feb. 29, 2012, giving customers more time to take advantage of rebate incentives or obtain FREE accessories.

As part of this extension, the company also has expanded the program to include additional products. Both the POWER MIG 180 Dual and the new POWER MIG 256 will be added to the Money Matters product line-up, beginning Oct. 1. Rebates on the new additions are $100 for the POWER MIG 180 Dual and $200 for the POWER MIG 256.

In addition, Lincoln Electric has bundled its Tomahawk 625 plasma cutting system with a Torchmate 2×2 CNC plasma cutting table, offered with a $300 rebate. Torchmate was acquired by Lincoln Electric in 2011. The full Torchmate product line can be viewed at torchmate.com.

Along with the new products, Lincoln Electric continues to offer special pricing on six popular welding machines through the Money Matters program. Rebate offers are summarized here:

POWER MIG 140C – $75 rebate
POWER MIG 180C – $75 rebate
POWER MIG 180 Dual – $100 rebate
POWER MIG 216 – $125 rebate
Square Wave TIG 175 – $150 rebate
Outback 145 Engine-driven welder/generator – $150 rebate
POWER MIG 256 – $200 rebate
Ranger 225 Engine-driven welder/generator – $200 rebate
Torchmate 2×2 / Tomahawk 625 One-Pak – $300 rebate

In each case, customers may select the rebate or free accessories with an even greater value, including a new Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak, containing a VIKING 1840 Series helmet, welding jacket, gloves, safety glasses and doo-rag. Accessory packages are dependent upon product purchased.
More information:
 
To learn more about the program, review the program rules, locate a participating distributor or to submit a claim, customers should visit www.lincolnelectric.com/moneymatters.

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