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Nikon rebates are now online

Update #4: I got some direct links for B&H (add to cart to see final price):

Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VRII:

Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8:

Nikkor 24-120 f/3.5-5.6 VR:

Nikkor 18-200 DX VRII:

Update #3: Adorama now also has the rebates online:

Nikon D3000 combos:

Nikon D5000 combos:

Nikon D90 combos:

Nikon D300s combos:

Nikon D700 combos:

Nikon D3s combos:

Nikon D3x combos:

Update #2: I received some information that Amazon will not be supporting those rebates which could explain why they haven't updated their site yet. OneCall.com seems to have some of the rebates listed.

Update #1: as far as I know only B&H has the rebates online for now. My understanding is that multiple lens rebates cannot be combined with the purchase of one DSLR body (I am waiting for the official confirmation from B&H). Many readers could not get to the list of available kits - you have to follow the links listed below for the different DSLR models and then click on the red "View available kits" link under the camera picture:

The previously rumored Nikon rebates are now live @ B&H. This is how you can get to them: click on each of the models from the list below and then navigate to the "available kits" link for all the possible options. You must add to cart to see the final price after the instant rebate (this is not a mail-in rebate):

It seems that the previously listed Adorama combos do not have he rebates applied yet. Could not find anything on Amazon either, so for now B&H is your best bet.

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  • Skin Like Winter

    I noticed this morning that Amazon is offereing $200 off the 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G lens when purchased with a qualifying Nikon DSLR.

    If you are viewing a Nikon DSLR you should see a “Special Offers Available” link. Click on the link and you’ll see the following. “Save $200.00 on Nikon 70-300mm Lens when you purchase 1 or more Qualifying Nikon DSLR offered by Amazon.com. Enter code 7O3OOMAR at checkout.”

    I tried the D90, D300s and D700 and all had the 70-300mm lens deal.

  • MikeC

    Also on Amazon, if you get a D5000, you also have the option to get $100 off the 55-200 VR lens. This is in addition to the $200 off the 70-300 lens as Skin Like Winter reported.

  • EJR

    I’d like to see Amazon give the discount on the 70 – 200 and the 18 – 200. If they did, I would be buying.

  • NikonShooter4Fun

    Just priced the following combination online, Here goes, It was advertised that if you bought a D3x with a 70-200mm VRII telephoto you would save 400 dollars or get a instant Rebate “RIGHT”?

    Amazon.com Pricing for above $ 7449.88 (Price as of 3/3/2010)

    B&H Photo Pricing for above $7199.90 (Price after rebate)
    ________

    Savings $ 249.98 Where is the $400.00 savings??

    What happened to the 400.00 savings or Rebate, are they manipulating the pricing, and to top it off, if you wanted to buy a D3s, no one has any in stock to sell you. SO big Deal Nikon, these Rebates are very confusing, and most of all MISLEADING in my opinion. Don’t you have MAP pricing, everyone pays the same and is supposed to sell it for the same price? I personally will set this one out, due to having to spend 5199.00 on a camera body (FX) to get Video? Shame on you Nikon for letting Canon spank you REAR END and you will never catch up (SAD). Little ole companies can pump out 14MP camera’s with HD Video for less than 350.00 but Nikon hasn’t figured it out yet? Unbelievable!!!!

    Someone will come to market with a “Fresher Alternative” (Probably Canon) but I hope it is Nikon first. Nikon is surely dragging their feet, Big time in my opinion. I personally think it is the economy, Just talked to a Honda Motorcycle salesmen, Honda isn’t even making a 2011 Goldwing, he said they had enough 2010 models that they can’t sell due to the poor economy. I have never heard of this, but that is what he advised me. If Nikon is hurting financially, it isn’t the economy, it is their lack of innovation, they have done nothing in my opinion to stimulate the market or potential buyers. They are simply OUT DONE…

  • nikon

    I am waiting for amazon to offer the D5000 + 24-70mm lens combo discount.

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