Nikon rebates 2011… save you some $$

Update 3:Nikon has extended their rebates to Apr. 30th, 2011. However because of the earthquake a lot of the pro bodies and lenses made in Japan have not been included. Many of the pro-sumer bodies and lenses still are available however (D3000, D3100, D5000, D90, D7000 and D300s).
Update 2: Nikon has extended their rebates to Mar. 26th, 2011. yays! D7000 is eligible too.
Update 1: the new D7000 is in stock and can be used with the rebates.

Just wanted to write a quick post for those of you who are in the market for a new DSLR camera. Nikon has extended their rebate program until Apr. 30th, 2011… this should be music to your ears. Basically you can save a good chunk of money if you plan to buy a camera body + extra lenses. Yes, multiple lens rebates CAN be combined if you purchase a qualifying DSLR camera. If you want a new DSLR body and someone else wants a new lens, get together and save =).

Check out this link to see how much you can save on which products: Nikon Rebates

If you do not see the pop-up which shows the savings, then click on the “View Available Kits” & “Buy Together & Save” links above the “Add to cart” button.

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  • Jane said:

    This is a awesome site. Thanks 4 sharing. I would so appreciate if you can suggest any "point n shoot" cameras. Im currently debating between the Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS Digital ELPH Camera and Samsung SL605 Digital Camera. Open to any suggestions! Im a bZ mom in need of a new digi. My old Canon was mistreated and I need a new reliable replacement.

  • tyger said:

    The sensors on most consumer point and shoot cameras are so small, they all basically produce similar quality pictures. Since you are a mom, I would then suggest one of the more "kid proof" cameras. Skip the usual digicams that break with one drop. Go for a rugged (yet still stylish) camera like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS10 ~$192. It's drop proof, waterproof! (yes you can take pictures underwater... swimming pool, beach.. anywhere) ... basically it's totally kid proof. =) Hope this helps.