LAST DAY to Save 20% on all Navionics Cards: Exclusive Limited Offer for CPS-ECP Members Only Ends Today

Fugawi Sale

Sept 27, 2018

Originally priced at $149 USD (CAD $194), Navionics Plus Canada MicroSD cards for Lowrance, Raymarine, Humminbird, Simrad, B&G and many other chartplotters are now available for only CAD $155 (at current exchange) until midnight Sept. 27, 2018, with coupon code “CPSECP20“. 

If you haven’t already done so, register for exclusive CPS member discounts at Fugawi.com by clicking on the CPS-ECP logo at the bottom right side of the page, then check this plug-and-play Navionics and enter CPSECP20 at checkout.

Fugawi will cease sales of plug-and-play cards and hardware products at the end of today, Sept 27, 2018, therefore this is a one-time offer that will not be repeated.

To take advantage of your CPS members’ exclusive 15% discount on all downloadable charts, maps and content, including Navionics, NV Charts, Explorer Charts, Theyr Premium Weather and much more, visit the Fugawi Store and use the coupon code “CPS-ECP15M” at the checkout.

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