Plastic Soldier Company Slashes Prices In A No Salute Sale

April 17, 2020 by avernos

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This Saturday would be one of the biggest conventions in for gaming in the UK as the South London Warlords it's the time of the year where gamers descend onto London to play some games and see some awesome tables from clubs and individuals around the country.

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It's also when a lot of new releases are launched and it generally sets up the year for a lot of companies. For reasons, this isn't happening this year and so companies are using this traditional weekend to launch and showcase their products in different ways. Plastic Soldier Company have big news coming but for this weekend only they have a sale on a variety of items on the website from games to miniatures, there should be something for all.

The stand out has got to be Battle of Britain at a whopping 75% off, but if you fancy some ancients then Battle Ravens and it's expansions are all half price, with big reductions for sci-fi and world war 2 fans as well. As they say here,

This weekend was meant to be the Salute wargames show in London and we would like to offer everyone the chance to take advantage of the special show deals we had lined up

20-50% off selected PSC kits, PSC boardgames, spray paints, Battlegroup books, S Model, Zvezda etc

The Salute theme was the Battle of Britain and we had a particularly attractive Salute deal for our excellent Battle of Britain boardgame, £15 - a whooping 75% off msrp!:-

So now is an ideal time to grab a game or reinforce an army, be warned though that browsing the website may be hazardous to your bank account. With a great selection across their ranges and games, there should be something for everyone there. I'm off to check my flames of war forces to see what I can stock up on. If you want to do the same the sale ends at midnight BST Sunday so you better be quick.

Will you be checking this out?

"So now is an ideal time to grab a game or reinforce an army, be warned though that browsing the website may be hazardous to your bank account..."

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