Federal Announces ‘Bucks, Bulls & Blades’ Promotion

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posted on August 30, 2019
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Federal and Knives of Alaska have partnered to offer hunters a chance to save money—and walk away with a free gift—this hunting season. Through the “Bucks, Bulls & Blades” promotion, consumers who purchase qualifying Federal Premium medium/big-game ammunition between Aug. 1, 2019 and Dec. 31, 2019 can get up to a $20 rebate and a free Federal-branded Knives of Alaska Cub Bear Suregrip caping knife.

Qualifying Federal products are limited to Edge TLR, Nosler AccuBond, Trophy Bonded Bear Claw, Trophy Bonded Tip, Trophy Copper, Sierra GameKing, Nosler Ballistic Tip, Nosler Partition, Cape-Shok, Barnes Triple-Shock X, Berger Hybrid Hunter, TruBall rifled slugs, Trophy Copper sabot slugs and Vital-Shok Buckshot.

Rebate options include:
1.
Spend $30 on qualifying product and get $10 back.
2. Spend $90 on qualifying product and get one knife. Retail value $64.99.
3. Spend $120 on qualifying product and get $10 and one knife.

Maximum $20 rebate and/or two knives per person or household. Minimum purchase of $30 is required. Product must be purchased between August 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019. Exclusions apply.

Knives of Alaska’s Cub Bear Caping Knife has an overall length of 6½ inches with a cutting edge of 2¾ inches. Ideal for fine caping, the knife features double finger choils for safety and control, a fine-point razor-edged blade, Suregrip handles and a leather sheath.

For complete details on the Bucks, Bulls & Blades (Promotion No. P3851R), visit federalpremium.com/promotions.

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