This Black Friday, we are expecting a lot of great deals on cameras, lenses and accessories. Instead of posting a number of different posts with deals, we decided to post a single page that will basically keep track of the very best deals available this week. We will be updating this page regularly, so please check back often, as some of the deals might expire very quickly. We have already posted Nikon’s Black Friday deals, but there are so many more from different manufacturers! So if you are shopping for some deals, we will have them all right here for you.
It is that time of the year when you can snatch some amazing deals at heavy discounts here in the USA, which means that we will be posting amazing deals worth checking out this and next week for our readers! First comes Nikon’s Black Friday deals, which are already live at all US retailers. Basically, Nikon is packing free battery grips with the purchase of the Nikon D810 and D500 DSLR cameras (worth $370) and providing instant savings of $500 off of the D810, or $200 off of the D500, making these two cameras the best picks for buying Nikon gear this holiday season. In addition, Nikon is also hosting a few lens-only rebates, including some of Nikon’s popular lenses, such as the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G and Nikon 70-200mm f/4G VR. See below for more details on these deals.
Nikon is bringing back its lens-only rebates in the USA again and this time we have some very nice options, including the Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G, 85mm f/1.8G, 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5G and 70-200mm f/4G VR lenses getting some nice discounts, with higher-end lenses like the 14-24mm f/2.8G ED and 70-200mm f/2.8G VR II getting $200 off. In addition to these lens-only rebates, Nikon also has the “Buy Together and Save” program going on, where you can get additional discounts when purchasing a camera body.
It is November now, so it is right about time to jump start that holiday spirit with some shopping! Although the big Black Friday and Cyber Monday events are a few weeks away, Nikon is already aggressively pushing its cameras and lenses. Usually, Nikon only engages in “buy together and save” rebate programs, where you have to buy a camera in order to qualify for lens rebates. Every once in a while (and it happens very rarely), we get lens-only rebates, which is what most Nikon shooters want anyway, since we already own Nikon DSLRs. So I am happy to share that Nikon once again is making lens-only rebates available and not only that – both “buy together and save” and lens-only rebates are available at the same time!
If you’ve ever bought Zeiss lenses in new condition, there is a very high chance that you’ve bought them at standard MSRP pricing. That’s because Zeiss lenses rarely ever go on sale – I think the most I have seen to date was $100 off during holiday season and only on specific, usually over-stocked items. So when I found out that Zeiss is currently offering up to $300 in instant rebates on all of its ZF.2 lenses for both Nikon and Canon, I had to let our readers know.
Remember the lens rebates Nikon announced a while ago? One of the few and far-between times when you can get an instant rebate on certain lenses without having to buy a DSLR camera, too. Unfortunately, these rebates are coming to an end and will not be extended. If you are still weighing your options, do hurry as the offer is only valid till the 28th of March (Sunday). It’s the same situation with Canon rebates, too.
As many may have expected, Nikon has just extended the lens-only and camera rebates all the way to March 28th. And it is a good thing, too, as it gives more time for customers to get the lenses they’ve always wanted without having to purchase a camera body as well. But if you are looking for a new DSLR, the bundles are also available.
For the next 13 days, Nikon will again offer lens-only rebates as it has previously done in the past. This is pretty exciting news for many Nikon shooters that already own Nikon cameras and are only interested in buying lenses – many of our readers have been waiting for such a rebate for a while now. In addition to these lens rebates, Nikon is also simultaneously running its “Buy Together and Save” rebate program, where additional savings are provided if you buy one of the Nikon DSLRs. Let’s take a look at these savings in more detail.
The shopping craze has started in the United States for this holiday season, so we wanted to do a single post that shows all the best deals we were able to find for our readers. We will be updating this article several times today and we are planning to do another post for the “Cyber Monday”, but only if there is anything worth posting. There are a few great deals going on today, but not anything particularly great from Nikon (sadly), aside from their lower-end DX and CX offers. Sony has some great mirrorless deals and Canon also has a few good lens and camera deals that might be of interest.
Many have been hoping Nikon would start a rebates program on lenses alone. Unfortunately, it hasn’t happened yet, but don’t run off. If you look past it, you will notice some truly staggering rebates taking place. To start with, Nikon D610 price is down to $1600. Look closer and you will notice that the camera comes with a handful of gifts, too – worth over $140, no less. And there’s the 2% rewards program, too. Oh, and free Expedited shipping. A good time to buy a full-frame Nikon camera, then, but even better if you need a lens to go with it as some of the best Nikkor lenses are now up to $400 off the original price, whilst certain cameras coupled to kit lenses add up to savings of up to $800.