Lowrance offers upgrade promotion

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The HDS Carbon 12 is one of four models with available rebates.

The HDS Carbon 12 is one of four models with available rebates.

Lowrance is offering discounts of as much as $500 on its HDS Carbon fishfinder/chart plotters through April 30.

“There has never been a better time to upgrade your fishfinder/chart plotter,” Leif Ottosson, CEO of Lowrance parent Navico, said in a statement. “The HDS Carbon series has the best displays, the fastest processors and delivers premium tournament-level performance to coastal and freshwater anglers with the latest in sonar technology.”

Anglers can get a $500 Visa reward card rebate on purchases of the HDS Carbon 16, $400 on HDS Carbon 12, $300 on HDS Carbon 9 or $200 on HDS Carbon 7.

The mail-in rebate offers are limited to three per household and are applicable for purchases made in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada. They apply only to HDS Carbon and TotalScan bundles, HDS Carbon and StructureScan 3D bundles and displays sold without a transducer.

Here is a video about the offer:


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