'Shocktober 2' Mail-In Rebate Program Returns

‘Shocktober 2’ Mail-In Rebate Program Returns

Participating consumers can get up to $80 back on qualifying purchases of Monroe and Rancho products.


Consumers in need of new ride control products can take advantage of big savings this fall with the return of the Monroe Shocktober 2 promotion, running Sept. 1-30, at participating parts and automotive service shops. During the program, consumers can receive up to an $80 Visa Prepaid card when they purchase a qualifying set of two or four Monroe or Rancho ride control products.

Participating consumers can earn an $80 Visa Prepaid card for qualifying purchases of four Monroe struts, including Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies. Those who purchase a qualifying combination of two Monroe or Rancho shocks and two Monroe struts can earn a $60 Visa Prepaid card. Lastly, purchasing four qualifying Monroe or Rancho shocks or two qualifying Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies can earn consumers a $30 Visa Prepaid card.

Products that qualify under the Shocktober 2 promotion include certain Monroe OESpectrum and Reflex shocks and struts; Monroe Sensa-Trac shocks, struts and cartridges; Monroe Max-Air shocks; Monroe Gas-Magnum shocks; Monroe Load Adjusting shocks; Monroe Quick-Strut replacement assemblies; and Rancho RS5000, RS5000X, RS7000 MT and RS9000XL series shocks.

To learn which specific qualifying products are included in the Shocktober 2 promotion, visit Monroe.com.

Monroe Shocktober 2 consumer promotion forms also will be available at Monroe.com. To qualify, submitted forms must be postmarked by Oct. 31. The Shocktober 2 rebate does not include installation or labor costs and cannot be combined with any other Tenneco discount, offer or rebate.

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