Scrappage seems to be a key word these days.
It started off with cars and has now been rolled out across a wide range of products, with the latest scrappage scheme, or World Cup trade in scheme, being launched by Sony tomorrow.
Under the scheme, consumers will be able to trade in many electrical items, regardless of whether they are working or not, for money off new electrical items, such as televisions, set top boxes and Blu-ray players.
The consumer will be able to get £50 off a Blu-ray player and £100 off a Bravia network television.
The scheme will be available at UK Sony Centres, Comet, Curry’s, John Lewis, Tesco Extra and other approved independent Sony retailers.
The deal will run until the day of the World Cup final, which is the 11th July.