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S&W $50 Rebate for 9MM Shield/380 Shield EZ

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Shield prices are pretty low right now I would think an additional $50 off might help some folks.



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Offer limited to one rebate, in the form of a Smith & Wesson® Prepaid Card, in the amount of fifty ($50) U.S. dollars per each NEW qualifying Smith & Wesson® M&P®9 SHIELD® - 9mm pistol or M&P®380 SHIELD™ EZ® pistol purchased between October 14, 2019 and December 8, 2019.  Performance Center® M&P®380 SHIELD™ EZ® pistols are excluded from this promotion.




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I always seem to just miss these deals!  I buy a gun then a few months alter this happens, lol.

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Just got my Shield 2 months ago and now this ! I'm always late or too early when it comes to these things

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