Its been a year since we launched our new web-site, and through out that time we have been giving away large numbers of free miniatures. Initially we gave away Chechens, and following on from that Vietnamese, World War two and recently Renaissance and Asian miniatures.
The time has finally come for us ton add the Ultra-Modern miniatures to this list, and for the month of February we will be giving away anyone one freebie miniature of your choice, for every full priced pack of TAG super 28mm Ultra-Modern minis that you purchase.
For those that have been following our progress at updating our Matt Parkes Shade Guides i delighted to say that we've add another eight to the done pile!
Mathew Parkes the multi award winning painter kept accurate records of every shade of paint he added to our miniatures, and as a result we can give a close-up Masterclass in how our miniatures were painted.
Please don't forget that the TAG Vietnam freebie extravangasa will be finishing on this Sunday evening, 31st of May.
Throughout the calender month of May TAG have been giving away one of eight limited edition Freebie miniatures, with every pack of 'Up-Country' (Vietnam) miniatures that we have sold. These extra Freebies are in addition to the normal Freebie give-away, which comes with every sixth pack purchased.
I'm Sorry but its that time of year again folks, the time when we at TAG have to look at our prices and profit margins, and make discussions about the price-points of all our miniatures.
The good news id that there will be no general increase in price for all those minis that are bought through site, in the normal way, and for the next year at least we are keep our very popular free postage offer.
As of the 1st of July 2009, the price of our 'Unit Builder sets' will rise by approximately £3.00 per set
The first Gallery up-date on the new TAG web-site, sees Robin Shackleton's Spanish Arquebusiers, add to our ever expanding Gallery space.
These Spanish would be suitable for the Conquistadors in the New World, or for the growing number of fire-armed troops in the Neapolitan Army, they would even be useful as Spanish or Portuguese in Africa from 1500 onward.