Nikon Rebates Soon to End

A quick reminder for those who haven’t had the chance to take advantage of Nikon’s great camera + lens rebates. The program is about to end (deadline is September 28th), so if you were planning on purchasing a Nikon body and a lens (or several), there is no better time to do just that.

Nikon Buy Together and Save Rebate

How does the program work? Well, as I’ve said before, it is called “Buy Together And Save” and is a camera + lens rebate program, but also includes two Speedlight flashes (the SB-700 and SB-910) and TC-14E II and TC-17E II teleconverters. To qualify for the program, you need to purchase a DSLR camera and then as many lenses, flashes and teleconverters as you want. Savings for lenses range from $20 for the AF-S 50mm f/1.8G lens all the way up to $300 for the likes of AF-S 70-200 f/4 VR. New lenses, such as the 18-140mm DX zoom, are also included, but more impressively such exotics as PC-E 45mm f/2.8D are also in the program.

A total of 9 Nikon DSLR cameras are in the program and high-end Nikon D4 is the only one without a price cut. You can choose to purchase any of the DSLR bodies with as many of the 30 lenses, 2 flash units and 2 teleconverters available as you wish. Savings stack up, too. So if you buy, say, a Nikon D600 with a 35mm f/1.4, 60mm f/2.8 Micro, 24-120mm f/4 VR and 70-200 f/4 VR lenses, you will save a total of $1000 over the regular price of the same package.

For more information, please read our previous article on Nikon “Buy Together and Save” rebate program.


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Comments

  1. 1
    ) AM

    When will it be the day that Nikon stops the body-lens bundle nonsense? Unconditioned rebates on lenses is what we would like to see.

    • 2
      ) HomoSapiensWannaBe

      I don’t like it either, but I understand why they do it this way. Nikon has a LOT of new and old camera body inventory to move, and new models waiting to release. They want to encourage people to switch from Canon. I am also frustrated about not getting lens rebates more often without purchasing a body. I did however get an 85/1.8G earlier this year with the $100 rebate. I am in the market for another FX body, and perhaps the rumored D610 will be the one. Of course, I certainly won’t buy it upon immediate release like I did with the D600, and probably not without a rebate. With the D600, it made me mad that I had to deal with continuous dust issues — and then didn’t get the Xmas deal. Nikon has trained me to wait and watch! There are several lenses I would buy now that are not available from Nikon: 24-70/2.8 VR, 300/4 VR, updated TC 1.4, updated 16-35/2.8, 24/1.8. Meanwhile, Sigma will get my business if they release any of these lenses with the quality of their 35/1.4 and 18-35/1.8.

      • 4
        ) AM

        I would also like to see a 24mm f/1.8G. The 28mm is not wide enough and has several issues with focus shift.

  2. 3
    ) Gordon Kummer

    Just curious if anyone has run a comparison of using one of the 24MP DX camera and lens combos instead of a 1.4 or 1.7 tele extender on an FX camera?

  3. Excuse for my request, I have a D300 from 4 years and after 145.000 shoots I’ m waiting for a substitution, Nasim told me about D600 ( Travel, sport, portraits …. Just for slideshows or 500px or Facebook or my site…. No prints, no exibitions…. ) , but the problem of dust and oil is a bad thing.

    From one year I wait Nikon rumors about D400, so I ask to you if you have news about… Every month they speaks about, but September has finished and nothing ….
    If Nikon thinks we are all out of brain they do a great mistake : many friends of mine changed Nikon for Canon Gears… If I want a DX with some specifics I don’ t want a D7100 ; if they prefer to loose Nikon users they are just doing a right delay… It’ s from 2012 I heard about a D400, but now I’ m tired, excuse me but I don’t understand ( from Italy we are very angry for the continuos delay… ); if you can tell me something about D400 ( 5th October ) or a substitute I’ ll be very happy.
    I receive your newsletters and I love PHOTOGRAPHYLIFE …. GREAT GREAT !! Thanks a lot from a prosumer having problems with Nikon strategy….
    Claudio Covini

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