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Test-Drive a New Kia and You’ll Get a Free $25

February 10, 2016
by Kathleen Garvin
Contributor

Buying a car isn’t particularly fun. Especially when it’s an unexpected purchase, like in my boyfriend’s case.

From deciding on a budget to comparing different makes and models to figuring out how to get the best price at the dealership, there’s a lot involved in the process.

Thankfully, Kia’s latest promotion makes car shopping a little more tolerable. From now until March 31, 2016, you can get a $25 Visa Prepaid card when you test-drive a new Kia.

How to Get a Free $25

Click here, fill out your contact information and print out the promotional certificate. Take it to a Kia dealership near you and test-drive any new Kia on the lot.

Then, ask the salesperson to fill out the designated section on the print-out, and mail the completed certificate to the address on the form before April 15, 2016.

You’ll receive your $25 Visa Prepaid card approximately six to eight weeks after submitting your certificate.

Other terms and conditions for the promotion:

  • You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license
  • You only get one $25 Visa Prepaid card per household
  • The promotion only takes place in the continental U.S.

My boyfriend and I visited a Kia dealership in our neighborhood last weekend. To save everyone’s time, we cut to the chase and let our salesman know we were interested in the promotion.

And, just like that, we took a brand-new 2016 Kia Forte — with all the bells and whistles — out for a spin. Afterward, he filled out his dealer information, and we were in and out within 30 minutes.

This offer is limited to the first 10,000 completed certificates received, so get moving! In the meantime, here are other ways to make money test-driving cars.

Your Turn: Will you test-drive a new Kia for a $25 Visa Prepaid card?

Kathleen Garvin is an editor for The Penny Hoarder and conscientious test-driver. You can check out her beginner-friendly marketing blog at www.themaroonhouse.com.

by Kathleen Garvin
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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