Beretta Announces APX Rebate Promotion

posted on October 5, 2018

Beretta has announced a $50 rebate on the purchase of any of its APX striker-fired pistols. To get the rebate, the pistol must be purchased new at retail, and paid for in full between Oct. 1, 2018 and Dec. 31, 2018.

After purchasing the pistol, customers can submit their rebate request at until Jan. 31, 2019. Once the promotion redemption has been processed, Beretta USA will ship the customer their rebate in the form of a $50 prepaid card.

Designed around the needs of military and law enforcement users, the APX is offered in 9 mm and .40 cal., featuring replaceable grip frame housings and a removable chassis frame. Serrations run the full length of the slide on all models, including full-size, mid-size or compact carry, for improved slide manipulation under any conditions.

For more information on this offer, take a look at the promotion’s dedicated webpage. Interested in one of the Berettas you see there, but still not quite sold? Take a look at Beretta’s “Win the Fight” training series. These training videos allow viewers to spend time with Beretta trainers, to learn more about the practical use of the pistol. For more information, visit

Additional Reading:
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