Federal Announces Monthly Subscription Service for Ammunition

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Federal Ammunition is proud to announce a new limited availability monthly subscription service has been added to its robust eCommerce capability. IMG Jim Grant

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Federal Ammunition is proud to announce a new limited availability monthly subscription service has been added to its robust eCommerce capability. With this new service, consumers can subscribe to receive five boxes of ammunition to be delivered to their doorstep every month with a 12-month service commitment. This new service includes free shipping for all subscription orders.

“We are very excited to launch this new service which is loaded with benefits for our online customers,” said Jason Nash, Federal’s VP of Marketing. “Interested consumers should visit our web site to learn all the details of the new program. At the time of the subscription service launch, available calibers at the initial rollout will be 9mm, 40 S&W and 45 Auto, with possible expansion into other loads and cartridge options, pending market demand.”

Since early 2020, continual enhancements have been made to update Federal’s website. This includes increased functionality and enhanced product search to help people find what they’re looking for faster. An industry-first loyalty program offers online shoppers the chance to get exclusive merchandise for points and new products and merchandise are added regularly.

For more information on all products and online services from Federal or to shop online, visit www.federalpremium.com.


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Federal ammunition can be found at dealers nationwide or purchased online direct from Federal. For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit www.federalpremium.com

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Jim

PSA just had an ad for 40 cents a round free shipping with 5 or more boxes so I don’t see how locking into 16 cents per round more for 1200 rounds is a good deal. Works out to just under 200 hundred dollars more and that is assuming the price per round in the market doesn’t fall any further. That is almost 10 boxes or 500 more rounds for the same money. Good for them, bad for consumer. Most likely will get the younger newer gun owners out of lack of knowledge and max convenience, like amazon & grocery… Read more »

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Xecular

One year minimum commitment with a $300 cancellation fee

Sounds like a great way to lose money

Wild Bill

I’m going to by pass BATFE. I’m going to tie a dirty rag around my head, and claim to be Taliban. I want the free shipping.

USMC0351Grunt

I can see how on the company side of this “great offer” it is good for the company to be able to see exactly what funds are coming in so as to plan and purchase supplies and allocate the manpower to these three lines, 9mm, 40 S&W and 45 Auto, then the company can then focus time and attention to getting their other lines up and running in the same manner, bit by bit getting back up and running full steam, worrying less and less by caliber / subscription order.

JNew

Though in a smaller way, this program will allocate ammo to a reserve for those on the subscription service, which means less ammo shipping to stores for regular customers to purchase.

This is certainly the wrong time to start a program like this. It’s only telling me they want to take advantage of customer frustrations during the ongoing ammo shortage by offering them a ‘guarantee’ of ammo… at an inflated price.

Finnky

I see it as the perfect time. They get to lock in customers at current price, just as prices in stores and online are coming down. They are living the business axiom “buy low and sell high.” OK – can only speak to second part, got no idea what their expenses are.

PistolGrip44

RipOFF.

BillyBobTexas

56 cents for 9mm. Golly gee….let me have a pallet load…..

Green Mtn. Boy

Free shipping,I think not with the subscription price you are paying for it, no free lunches.
Thankfully I’m a reloader but feel for those who are not and have to go another route to obtain their ammunition.

swmft

so right you are

Bubba

Hook me up with your Primers and Powder dealer. 😉