The popular Millichamp and Hall trade-in offer continues for this year. You can now save up to £250* on any of our cricket bats when you trade in your old blade. It does not matter what make of bat you own, simply bring your old bat into our Taunton store and we will assess it. If you are unsure if your bat is in playable condition, you can email us a photo at email@example.com.
1. How much will I get for my old bat?
We will give you up to £200 off any of our latest cricket bats. This will depend on the condition of your existing bat and is offered at the discretion of Millichamp and Hall. Please note that this offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or sponsored player discount.
2. Do I need to trade-in an M&H bat to get the discount?
No. We will accept any make of cricket bat, as long it is in good condition.
3. What condition does my bat need to be in?
We will accept any make of cricket bat, as long it is in a playable condition. The trade-in discount is offered at the discretion of Millichamp and Hall and is based on condition of the bat that you are seeking to exchange. If you are unsure if your bat is in playable condition, you can email us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Can I trade-in my bat using the online store?
Unfortunately this is not possible. You can trade-in your old bat by visiting our Somerset shop only.
5. If I change my mind, can I have my old bat back?
Unfortunately we are unable to return any bat that is traded in, even in the event of a refund. Once traded in, the bat becomes the property of Millichamp and Hall and will be made available as refurbished practice bats. However, our standard returns policy still applies to all new bats.
6. Can I trade-in more than one bat?
Yes you can, but the discount will apply to only a single bat at a time.
7. If I don’t want a new bat at this time can I have a gift voucher?
Unfortunately we are not able to issue gift vouchers in conjunction with a bat that has been traded in. Your purchase must be made or order placed when trading in your old bat.