Nikon Announces Fall 2014 Promotions

posted on September 11, 2014

Nikon has announced a pair of promotions for the 2014 fall season that hunters should be paying attention to: the Power Up Your Next Adventure campaign and BDC Bonus Days.

Running through Nov. 16, 2014, the Power Up Your Next Adventure promotion will let outdoor lovers enjoy instant savings on nearly all Nikon Prostaff sport optics—including up to $70 off eligible Prostaff rangefinders, $30 off eligible Prostaff 5 and 7S binoculars and up to $150 off eligible Prostaff 3 and 5 fieldscopes.

The BDC Bonus Days campaign, meanwhile, has an eye for riflescopes. Also running through Nov. 16, BDC Bonus Days offers shooters instant savings of up to $100 on select BDC reticle riflescopes—including scopes from the Monarch 3, Prostaff 5, Inline XR, Slughunter and Bolt XR lines.

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