GOODWILL SAN ANTONIO ELECTRONICS STORE OFFERING SPOOKTACULAR DISCOUNT ON COMPUTERS
Local non-profit offering up to a 20% discount on refurbished computers through Halloween Sale
(SAN ANTONIO – October 28, 2020) – With continued dependence on technology to support virtual
learning and remote working activities, Goodwill San Antonio’s Electronics Store is offering families a
means to save on needed electronics that won’t hurt a mummy’s wallet.
On October 30th – 31st, individuals can receive 15% off one quality refurbished item in-store or 20% off
one item ordered via email. Quality, refurbished electronics include laptops, all-in-one-computers,
monitors, computer parts, televisions, video game consoles and related accessories. All items come
with a 30-day warranty.
Keeping the health and safety of customers paramount, the sale is being presented both in-store and
online with contactless payment and pickup available.
Goodwill San Antonio Electronic Store
4810 Eisenhauer Road
San Antonio, TX 78218
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
When visiting in-store, facial coverings are required and safety measures such as plexiglass partitions at the register, six feet social distancing markers, and limited shopper capacity have been implemented to protect the health of both customers and employees.
20% Off Email Order Instructions:
- View online inventory at www.goodwillsa.org/electronics
- Email order to: ElectronicStore@goodwillsa.org anytime Friday, October 30th 12:01 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. Saturday, October 31st and include the following information:
- First and Last Name
- Contact Email and Phone Number
- Subject Line: “Ready to Buy Asset #”
- A confirmation email will be sent with a link to the invoice on Monday, November 2nd. Customers must pay for their order by 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 3rd by credit card via PayPal (no account needed).
- After payment is confirmed, a contactless, curbside appointment will be scheduled. Pickups start on Tuesday, November 3rd.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, one in four San Antonio households lack internet access and approximately one in six households do not have a computer. The pandemic has accelerated the need for businesses, health services, and education to transition to virtual connection.
“Digital inclusion is paramount to empowering individuals to reach their fullest potential,” stated Angelika Kluna, Senior Electronics Program Manager for Goodwill San Antonio. “Now, more than ever, our mission is to responsibly refurbish electronic devices and put them back into the community in order for local residents and students to have access not only to the technology itself, but to the opportunities technology provides – from obtaining an education and completing employment applications, to information sharing, and managing everyday tasks such as bill paying and healthcare needs.”
Goodwill San Antonio is uniquely qualified to offer technology as part of their Business Services operation. Not only does Goodwill have a unique access point to inventory through commercial and residential donations, they are also a licensed Microsoft Registered Refurbisher.
To learn more about Goodwill San Antonio’s Electronic Store and Technology Access Program, visit goodwillsa.org/electronics or call (210) 271-8806. Those interested can also send an email to ElectronicStore@goodwillsa.org.
About Goodwill Industries of San Antonio
Celebrating 75 years of serving San Antonio, Goodwill San Antonio is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit social enterprise that helps change lives through the power of work. When you donate to or shop at Goodwill, your purchases and donations help fund jobs, education, training and career services that empower people with disabilities and life barriers with meaningful employment. In addition to operating retail stores and donation stations in San Antonio, Cibolo, Kerrville, Laredo, New Braunfels, Seguin and the surrounding areas, Goodwill San Antonio provides certified vocational training programs through its Good Careers Academy, free employment services through its Good Career Centers, and manages contracts for the U.S. government and local municipalities for outsourced business services ranging from document management and contact center solutions to grounds maintenance and tree care activities through its Business Services operations.