Get Ready Retailers, S&W Just Doubled Down On The Rebates With M&P Summer Savings Promotion

It seems that Smith & Wesson Shields just don’t stay in stock long at any retailer with the current round of promotions that are currently being offered for Smith pistols. The response has been nothing short of impressive, but that wasn’t enough for Smith, they decided to double down with the newly launched M&P Summer Savings mail-in rebate program. Not only is the Shield eligible for the rebate, but also the M&P full-size pistols (both the original design and the M2.0) and the M&P Compacts as well.

I know that the original $75 mail in rebate pushed a lot of buyers toward the Shield specifically since it only worked out to about $200 after the rebate came back. I imagine that the bulk of the rebates redeemed were for Shield purchases.

So what makes the new rebate different? They are no longer offering a blanket $75 rebate on the eligible firearms, but will only be offering that to consumers that live in areas that restrict magazine capacities or ammunition transfers. Everyone that is not affected by those terms will be given two boxes of Hornady Critical Defense ammo, two additional M&P magazines, and a Caldwell Mag Charger universal pistol loader. Smith states that the rebate package has an MSRP of about $180.

The rebate will run from July 1st, 2017 till October 31, 2017. If you would like more information, please check out the Smith & Wesson M&P Summer Savings page.

Patrick R

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  • Evo Shift

    So, if I live in Pennsylvania, how do I get the rebate in cash form? I bought the Shield 9mm due to the first $75 cash rebate. If I can get the cash again, maybe I’ll add a M&Pc 9mm to my Glock 19.

  • USMC03Vet

    Springfield Armory, HK, and now Smith & Wesson all offering additional magazines this summer with purchases. It’s good to be buying handguns this summer. 😎

    • feetpiece _

      Beats having to pay $75 for a used 13rd G23 mag like back in Y2K thats for sure.

  • Raptor Fred
  • nova3930

    I got a Shield 45 just for grins cuz of the rebate. Can’t hardly pass up a 45 for $250 after transfer….

  • MikeA

    Being in a neighboring state to Smith’s headquarters (I can drive there from work faster than I can drive home), I’m probably restricted to the $75 cash. Personally, I’d like a couple extra mags and the loader. I’m assuming that even residents of Mass may have to take the cash over the nice merchandise being offered.

  • James Young

    HK (4 mags), Walther ($100), Springfield (4 mags), S&W (2 mags, mag loader, ammo), FN (3 mags), DPMS ($75 – $150 rebate that’ll get you an AR15 for $375 or an AR10 for $650), Bushmaster ($150), Browning ($100), Winchester ($100), Marlin ($100), and Remington ($100).

  • DangerousClown

    No mention of the apology emails for the delays in processing those rebates. Springfield is getting their gear right out, S&W is like two months behind mailing checks.

    • scaatylobo

      Yepper, still waiting for my “approval” and check