Baxi Works Installers to unlock rewards for 3rd year running

Baxi has announced the return of its highly popular Vaults promotion, running through the manufacturer’s online loyalty scheme Baxi Works for the third year in a row.

Installers who register their eligible boilers – including the Platinum, EcoBlue Advance Combi, System, Heat, Advance Heat and all models from the 200, 400 and 600 ranges – before 2 December 2018 will be able to select from a range of rewards as they head into 2019.

The rewards can be accessed via three different virtual ‘vaults’ of ascending value, with installers being assigned a vault according to the number of boilers they have registered through Baxi Works within the promotional period.

With a total of three vaults, installers will need to register three boilers to open the bronze vault, six to open silver and a total of nine boilers in order to unlock the gold vault – the one of highest value.

Rewards in this highest tier vault include a DeWALT workwear bundle and a Rally driving experience. Other items up for grabs include a family day out and 2,500 Baxi Works points.

David Cook, sales director at Baxi, said: “After the success of the promotion these past two years, we are delighted to run the scheme again, with even more rewards available for installers to claim.

Winter is of course a very busy time for installers, as homeowners look to upgrade their heating systems, so we want to give our loyal installers something back for choosing Baxi boilers.”

The promotion will run from 3 September until 2 December 2018.

Each boiler must be registered through Baxi Works. The extra rewards will be available to claim online between 3 December 2018 and 31 January 2019.

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