Christmas special offers from Fighting 15s

About this time of year, Fighting 15s usually offers something quirky like a “Christmas Lights” deal on light troops, for example. This year is no different, except our special offers are more mainstream.

The online shop at www.fighting15sshop.co.uk now has a page devoted to Christmas Specials, with a number of starter sets on offer.

In 15mm, there are starter sets for AB Figures for the American Civil War and the Napoleonic period, with two 24-figure units of infantry, one 12-figure cavalry unit and one gun and four crew available for £50.00, a saving of £10 on our usual price of £60 for the figures. The sets are aimed either at getting someone started in wargaming, or for gamers who use 1:33 ratio rules. Contents are random, but in general Fighting 15s will aim to provide two line infantry units (marching in the Napoleonic sets), a light or medium cavalry unit, and a line artillery unit.

In 40mm we have put together two special offers on the Ancient Greek and Dark Ages ranges formerly produced by Flashing Blade, and which we now own. Each set – Jason and the Argonauts and The Age of King Arthur – contains 24 figures, again priced at £50, and again saving £10 on our usual prices. That works out at just over £2 per 40mm foot figure, providing a low-cost entry into skirmish gaming in this size.

All prices include VAT and exclude delivery. Although Fighting 15s aims to fulfil orders from stock, demand may mean that we may have to cast starter sets to order, which may involve a slight delay in dispatch.

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