Crimson Trace Offers Mail-In Rebates

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posted on March 8, 2017
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Crimson Trace is offering mail-in rebates on nearly every product in the company's lineup, allowing consumers to choose from almost 260 light and laser accessories.

The company is offering a rebate of $50 on its Laserguard and Laserguard Pro laser sights, Lasergrips, Master Series laser sights, Rail Master and Rail Master Pro sights, Lightguard lights and Modular Vertical Foregrip light and laser products. 

Crimson Trace is also offering a $100 mail-in rebate for its LiNQ wireless light and laser system for AR-15 rifles.

To qualify for the rebate, buyers must purchase a Crimson Trace product from one of the company's 2,500 retailers across the country. Products available on the Crimson Trace website are also available for the rebate. 

Once the product is purchased, buyers must submit one completed rebate form along with an original store receipt and two original UPC codes removed from the product's packaging. Once these are mailed to Crimson Trace, owners can track the status of their rebate at this website here.

The rebate offer does not include factory pre-installed OEM products from Crimson Trace or the Defender Series laser sights. For more information, visit Crimson Trace's rebate website here. The promotion is valid on purchases of eligible Crimson Trace products from March 1, 2017, to April 30, 2017.

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