PRIME TIME BROWNELLS – Blowout Sale & Charity Challenge

by Pete

Not to be outdone by the 4,000+ mile river in South America, umm, I mean the largest eCommerce site in the world, our friends at Brownells have kicked off a Prime Time sale and charity challenge that ends on 7/20/2018. Although the details are spelled out below, the program is pretty simple: shop for discounted guns and gear and part of the proceeds heads to the selected charity of the day.

In my opinion, the deals and selection are better than that river that is sourced from Rio Mantaro, Peru. Details are below.

Brownells Prime Time Blowout Sale & Charity Challenge Begins Today

GRINNELL, Iowa (July 16, 2018) – Brownells’ second annual “Prime Time Blowout Sale” has begun and runs through Friday, July 20, 2018. The sale features up to fifty percent off on products from more than fifty manufacturers; nearly three thousand products will be available at never-before-seen low prices.

Additionally, Brownells will offer one special flash sale per day during the Brownells Prime Time Blowout Sale along with special deals on shipping. Customers are encouraged to visit the Brownells Prime Time Blowout Sale page regularly to stay up-to-date with the newest and best deals.

Brownells has also added a charitable element to this year’s sale with the Brownells Prime Time Charity Challenge.

The challenge features four participating brands: Brownells, Geissele Automatics, Grunt Style and Vortex Optics. Each brand is represented by two team members who competed in a series of over-the-top, fun challenges filmed by Rated Red at Reveille Peak Ranch in Burnet, TX. All teams are vying to win a $10,000 donation from Brownells to their selected charity – given to the overall top performing team/brand.

Stay tuned to the participating brands’ social media accounts during the Brownells Prime Time Blowout Sale week to see how each team fares.

Additionally, each charity challenge participating brand will partner with Brownells to donate five percent of their product sales at on a specific day during the sale week to their selected charity. One the following days, five percent of sales go to the following charities in the name of the following brands:

Monday, July 16: Grunt Style – 5% of sales will benefit T.A.P.S.

Tuesday, July 17: Geissele Automatics – 5% of sales will benefit Chariots for Hope

Wednesday, July 18: Brownells – 5% of sales will benefit S.O.W.W.

Thursday, July 19: Vortex Optics – 5% of sales will benefit Task Force Dagger


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  • Zippy2003 Zippy2003 on Jul 18, 2018

    Cool. Thanks Brownells for competing against Amazon. Even though Amazon doesn't sell guns and have made it clear they don't want to sell gun stuff (3rd party retailers included).

    And really like the idea of a part of the proceeds going to a charitable cause.

    Wasn’t planning on buying any gun stuff for a while. But probably going to, if for no other reason than to support your company.

  • Neoritter Neoritter on Jul 18, 2018

    I see the nice deal on a ~30$ lower and then remember, I have to pay another ~30$ to transfer the thing... :/

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    • Brut Faberge Brut Faberge on Jul 18, 2018

      @neoritter The small private guys around me charge more and won't transfer if they get a hold nonresponse. Only way around that is private sale. You're not the only one who doesn't like extra fees.