Smith & Wesson Offers 2018 Summer Savings on M&P Pistols

posted on July 3, 2018

Smith & Wesson is offering a $50 prepaid MasterCard on the purchase any new, qualifying M&P full- or compact-size pistol chambered in 9 mm, .40 S&W or .45 ACP made between June 29 through Sept. 2, 2018 (inclusive). Certain limitations—including local, federal and state regulations—apply and full details are available on the company’s “Summer Savings” website.  

The “Summer Savings” program also includes a $30 card on any new, qualifying Smith & Wesson or Performance Center revolver (excluding M&P Bodyguard 38s) and $25 on the company’s popular SD or SDVE pistols. All submissions must be filed electronically on the Smith & Wesson rebate page, include proof of purchase and be submitted on or before Oct. 1, 2018. The offer is good only in the United States and new owners should expect it to take eight to 10 weeks for the card to arrive.

In addition, those with experience in our nation’s armed forces may qualify for Smith & Wesson’s “Thank You For Your Service” military appreciation program, which also offers prepaid MasterCard rebates on a number of the company’s guns, as well as some from Thompson/Center (T/C). The special deal started last month and runs through Dec. 31, 2018.  

“Every day, there are brave men and women serving around the globe to protect the freedoms we enjoy in the United States,” said James Debney, CEO of American Outdoor Brands, parent company of both firearm firms. “We are proud to offer a discount on some of our most popular firearms to those who have served and those who are currently serving in our armed forces. We are forever grateful for their service.”

Offers include $100 on any new, qualifying M&P rifle and $75 on T/C Venture or complete T/C Encore Pro Hunter pistol, rifle, shotgun or muzzleloader. Purchases of M&P pistols, or a T/C Compass, Triumph or Triumph Bone Collector can qualify for a $50 rebate card, and Smith &Wesson revolvers and T/CR22 rifles or T/C Impact muzzleloaders could bring one valued at $25. Forms are also available on the Smith & Wesson rebate center website.


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