Power Offer

Swapfiets temporarily offers a Winter Offer on the Power 7 loyal subscriptions starting from December 13th, 2022 to March 31st, 2023

You can now get €10,- monthly discount for the first 6 months if you subscribe for a loyal Power 7 subscription. Also, you don’t have to pay the one-off fee of €29.90 that applies to our flexible e-Bike memberships.

Any other questions about our offer? Find the most common questions with answers below.

Who can sign up?

You can sign up if you currently don’t have a Swapfiets yet or if you currently have an active Swapfiets membership on the Original, Deluxe 7 or Power 1 bike types. Unfortunately, if you already have a Power 7 subscription, you cannot receive the discount.

How can I sign up?

If you currently don’t have a Swapfiets yet, you can sign up on our website and choose for the loyal Power 7 subscription. Our loyal subscriptions have a minimum 6 months contract period.

If you are already a Swapfiets member with either an Original, Deluxe 7 or Power 1 subscription and you want to upgrade, you can contact our helpdesk. We will make sure you can ‘swap’ your current bike for the Power 7 bike. 

In which countries is the offer available?

Currently this offer is only available in The Netherlands.

I am currently on a minimum 6 months subscription but would like to sign up. What happens to my minimum contract period?

If you sign up for the Power 7 Winter Offer 2022, the remaining months from your original contract period will expire and you commit to a new minimum contract period of 6 months.

What happens if I sign up for the Power 7 and I find out I don’t like the bike? 

At Swapfiets you can easily switch between different product types. So, if you find out you don’t like the Power 7, you can easily switch to another bike type. The minimum contract period of the winter offer will remain if you switch to another bike type.

What conditions apply to the Power 7 Winter Offer 2022?

The regular Swapfiets terms and conditions apply and the ‘Power 7 Winter Offer 2022’ terms and conditions are valid.

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