Smith & Wesson Announces $50 Rebate on M&P Shield Pistols

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posted on October 14, 2019
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Smith & Wesson Corp. has announced it will offer a $50 Smith & Wesson prepaid card with the purchase of select, new M&P9 Shield and M&P380 Shield EZ firearms this fall. The rebate is valid on qualifying firearms purchased from Oct. 14, 2019 to Dec. 8, 2019. With more than 3 million sold, the M&P Shield pistol series has become one of the most popular personal protection handguns on the market. 

Purchasers of a new M&P9 Shield and/or M&P380 Shield EZ pistol from the categories below between the specified dates will be eligible to receive the following:

  • $50 Smith & Wesson pre-paid credit card on any new, qualifying M&P9 Shield pistol. 
  • Performance Center M&P9 Shield pistols are included in this offer.
  • $50 Smith & Wesson pre-paid credit card on any new, qualifying M&P380 Shield EZ pistol.
  • Performance Center M&P380 Shield EZ pistols are excluded from this offer.


To participate in the M&P Shield electronic rebate program, customers must complete and submit the online rebate form at smithandwessonrebates.com. All submissions must include proof of purchase and be submitted through the website on or before Jan. 8, 2020.  In order to expedite processing and fulfillment, all claims must be made through the website.

For complete terms and conditions of the M&P Shield $50 rebate, including qualifying products, please visit smith-wesson.com/shield2019 or contact customer service at (844) 628-7926.

Additional Reading:
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9 of the New(ish) Hottest Handguns--For Her, Too!
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