Bosch debuts 'Finish First' rebate program

Posted on April 7, 2014

The Bosch Group has launched its 2014 Bosch “Finish First” mail-in rebate program which offers savings opportunities to consumers on its family of braking components.

The offer is available to customers of participating U.S. repair shops between April 1, 2014, and Oct. 31, 2014.

The rebates (amounts as noted) apply to the following Bosch braking components:

* Bosch QuietCast brake pads, $15 per set;

* Bosch QuietCast rotors, $10 each;

* Bosch EuroLine brake pads, $20 per set;

* Bosch Blue brake pads, $10 per set; and

* Bosch Blue brake shoes, $10 per set.

Rebate forms are available at participating repair shops. Customers purchasing applicable Bosch products should request the package UPC block from their service technicians. Along with the rebate entry form, customers must enclose dated receipts (or a copy of the receipt) showing the purchase of qualifying Bosch braking products and the UPC blocks from the individual qualifying Bosch braking products.

The completed rebate form and accompanying materials should be mailed to Finish First Rebate, Dept. 36841, PO Box 6171, Douglas, AZ 85655-6171.

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