LaserMax Offers Spring 2017 Rebate

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posted on April 9, 2017
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LaserMax is offering consumers a rebate on select laser and light products for the spring of 2017. The promotion is being offered on products purchased between April 1 to May 31, 2017.

The promotion entitles buyers of the company's Guide Rod Laser to a $50 rebate. Those interested in the company's CenterFire Laser or Weapon Light can receive $20 back, while those looking to buy LaserMax's Spartan Series rail-mounted handgun laser will receive $10 back.

To receive the rebate, buyers must purchase a qualifying product in between the eligible dates. A registration form must be downloaded from the LaserMax website and be completed. A copy of the original sales receipt or an online invoice must be submitted, along with the original serial number cut from the product's packaging.

Buyers can find eligible products at a number of online and brick-and-mortar retailers, including Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops, Optics Planet and Sportsman's Warehouse. The offer does not apply to factory-equipped LaserMax products.

To find more details on the promotion or fill out the registration form, visit the LaserMax rebate website here.




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