Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Announcing the Fife & Drum "1776 Deal"

British Light Infantry face off against American Continentals

Celebrate Independence Day with Fife & Drum Miniatures by taking advantage of our special "1776 Deal" from now through the July 4th and Bastille Day (July 14th) holidays. Fife & Drum wants to help you declare your independence from ordinary miniatures by offering two special discount programs to get you started.

Try a small sampling of our figures with a dozen figures for $17.76 plus postage. Or, if you are prepared to go all in on our range, we also offer the Grand 1776 deal of 84 figures for $117.76. Either way, you can save from 18% to 23% by taking us up on one of these deals and if we do say so ourselves, you will get some very nice figures in return.

Start out with two skirmish companies of maybe 12 American Militia and 12 British Grenadiers and give the Sharpe Practice rules a good work out with these figure sets. This is an easy, cost effective way of giving Fife & Drum figures a try at a modest cost.

Or if you are already convinced that Fife & Drum figures are great, then take advantage of our Grand 1776 deal and buy an 84 figure army at 23% off of list price. This will give you enough figures to start a brigade of Americans or British for the "British Grenadier" set of rules.

But don't wait too long, this offer expires on July 14th!

Visit the Fife & Drum blog for ordering information at:


The Deal: buy 12 foot figures for $17.76 plus postage

The Discount: that is the equivalent of $1.48 per figure, or nearly 18% off our list price!

Limited Time OfferThe 1776 Deal starts today (June 26, 2012 and runs through Bastille Day on July 14, 2012. After July 14th, our prices go back to our normal price of $1.80 per foot. Offer does not apply to artillery equipment and crew.

Or try our Grand 1776 Deal:

Buy 84 figures for $117.76  or $1.40 per foot figure. That's $0.40 off list price or 23% discount.


  1. Also sounds ideal for gaming with ' musket and tomahawks' rules from studiotomahawk :)

    Any idea what we in the UK will get taxed for importing these beauties ? Now there's irony.....

    Cheers Shaun

  2. Shaun: I don't know what the import duty would be. Sometimes you get assessed and sometimes not. I guess you could try a small order and see what happens.

    Double irony in that the figures are cast in the UK.