Murray Percival Co. Offers 15% Off Web Store


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The Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, today announced a week-long Cyber Monday Sale, offering a site wide discount of 15%*  starting on November 30.

“We wanted to offer customers a special holiday discount,” commented Mark Percival Jr. “2020 has been an interesting year to say the least, but we wanted to end it on a positive note with a 15% discount as a thank you not only to our many loyal customers, but to new customers who are trying us out for the first time.”

To take advantage of the discount, simply enter code PERCIVAL15 at checkout. The code will be valid from Monday, November 30th, 2020 until Friday, December 4th, 2020, so that all Murray Percival Company customers can get their year-end rush orders placed for the holidays.

*Offer valid only in the continental U.S. One coupon per customer, valid only online. Excludes wire solder, bar solder, solder paste and Vision Engineering products. Other exclusions may apply at the discretion of the Murray Percival Co.

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