Pay Only $98/Mo. On a Yamaha WaveRunner Through Cycle Springs Powersports


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According a 2014 J.D. Power report, the average monthly cellphone bill is $73. Interestingly, most Verizon Wireless customers paid an average $148 per month in the last quarter of 2013, while Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile customers shelled out an average of $144, $141, and $120, respectively, states the report. So what if we told you that you could take home a brand new Yamaha V1 or V1 Sport WaveRunner for nearly half the price of a Verizon bill? Well, if you’ve been a good boy or girl and have been paying your bills on time and keeping up your credit, then you can qualify for a very special offer through Cycle Springs Powersports.

2016julyyam10553For qualified buyers, Cycle Springs is offering a staggeringly low $98/month payment program (for the first 24 months) on the purchase of a $7,899 V1 or V1 Sport. Of course, eking by paying the minimum would result in you paying over double the cost of the WaveRunner over the course of 23 years, but if you’ve got pretty good credit, you would already know to never pay the minimum on anything. Nevertheless, the big savings come through Cycle Springs’ own Lifetime Engine Warranty, something which no other dealer promises to its customers, as well as your choice of 2 years’ extended warranty, or a $500 incentive towards other selected Yamaha models.

That’s a lot of bait to lure you into Cycle Springs’ showroom this weekend. So take a trip out to Clearwater, Florida’s biggest personal watercraft dealer and check out all the saving available before the season comes to a close (of course, it is Florida. So the season never really ends).

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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