Smith & Wesson, Thompson/Center Arms Launch Military Appreciation Program

“Thank You For Your Service” rebate program offers discount to qualified military personnel.

Smith & Wesson Military Appreciation Program
Smith & Wesson Military Appreciation Program

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced that Smith & Wesson and Thompson/Center Arms have established a new military appreciation program, named “Thank You For Your Service.”

This new program offers eligible United States Armed Forces personnel a discount on qualifying Thompson/Center and Smith & Wesson firearms purchased from June 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018. This program applies to all active duty, honorably discharged, retired, or disabled members of the U.S. Armed Forces or Reserves.

James Debney, CEO of parent company American Outdoor Brands, said, “Every day, there are brave men and women serving around the globe to help protect the freedoms we enjoy in the United States. 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.”

Purchases of a new Smith & Wesson or Thompson/Center firearm from the categories below between June 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018, will be eligible to receive the following:

  • $100 Smith & Wesson prepaid MasterCard* on any new, qualifying M&P® Rifle
  • $75 Smith & Wesson prepaid MasterCard* on any new, qualifying T/C® Venture™ or complete T/C Encore® Pro Hunter™ pistol, rifle, shotgun or muzzleloader (FX/XT)
  • $50 Smith & Wesson prepaid MasterCard* on any new, qualifying M&P pistol, T/C Compass®, T/C Triumph® or T/C Triumph® Bone Collector®
  • $25 Smith & Wesson prepaid MasterCard* on any new, qualifying Smith & Wesson revolver, T/C T/CR22™ rifle, or T/C Impact! ™ muzzleloader

To participate in the “Thank You For Your Service” electronic rebate program, customers must complete and submit the online rebate form at www.smithandwessonrebates.com. All submissions must include proof of purchase and be submitted on or before January 31, 2019.

For complete terms and conditions of the “Thank You For Your Service” rebate, please visit www.smithandwessonrebates.com or contact customer service at (844) 628-7926.

*Card is issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to license by MasterCard International Incorporated. MasterCard is a registered trademark, and the circle's design is a trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. No cash access or recurring payments. Card valid for up to 6 months; unused funds will be forfeited at midnight EST the last day of the month of the valid thru date. Card terms and conditions apply, see MyPrepaidCenter.com/site/MasterCard-promo.

Smith & WessonAbout Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson Corp. is a provider of quality firearms for personal protection, target shooting and hunting in the global consumer and professional markets. Smith & Wesson is world famous for its handguns and long guns sold under the Smith & Wesson®, Performance Center®, M&P®, Thompson/Center Arms™, and Gemtech® brands. Through its Manufacturing Services Division, Smith & Wesson Corp. also provides forging, machining, and precision plastic injection molding services to a wide variety of consumer goods companies. For more information on Smith & Wesson, call (800) 331-0852 or log on to www.smith-wesson.com.

  • 10 thoughts on “Smith & Wesson, Thompson/Center Arms Launch Military Appreciation Program

    1. People NEED to weigh their need for security of their personal information against a little extra pocket change. Your military I.D. number IS your social security number and should NEVER be given out for frivolous reasons.
      Essentially, offers like this are a way for private companies to “purchase” your confidential personal information for “a few pieces of silver”.
      Lowes has a similar “military discount” program in which they require you to submit your DD214 after which they will sent you a military I.D. discount card. In essence they are buying your personal confidential information for pennies on the dollar under the false disguise of “giving” you a discount.
      Lowes even refuses to accept my driver’s license as proof I am a veteran when it states very plainly on the license “Military Veteran”. I had to submit my DD214 to the state to get it printed on my license.
      The more private companies that offer so-called discounts or rebates under the requirement that you breech your own personal security, the more likely you will find your personal information spread all over the web and into the hands of waiting criminals.
      If they can not accept a driver’s license or some other documentation that certifies you are a military person or veteran without giving out your personal information, THEN, “walk on by”, they are only trying to con you to get access to confidential information! Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it up the wrong end!
      Don’t get me wrong, I own several Smith & Wesson products, but, I have never stooped so low as to buy into their “discounts” in exchange for my personal information.
      From a disabled Vietnam Vet, Sargent, U.S. Army, 16 years military service, last duty station Admin NCO White Sands Missile Range. Security is our business!

      1. Every military discount program I’ve signed up for I’ve blacked out my social security number. It’s better been a problem.

        Also, DOD ID number is no longer your social security number.

    2. Will this program include the “New .380 EZ shield. Do we have to show proof of service (DD214)Thank You for all that you do…. Nam Vet

    3. Good afternoon,
      I am inquiring to find out if the Smith and Wesson M&P shield 9mm for the NYPD qualifies for this rebate if you are a veteran. Thank you

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