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Here are some of the Black Friday special for this week. I will be updating this post in the next few days.

Adorama's offers for Black Friday can be found here. In addition, you can get 2% rewards on most Nikon DSLRs and lenses.

Amazon has a special page setup for Black Friday. Check also their dedicated Photo and Camera section which includes several Nikon products and the current promotion where you can get 2% off the purchase price on selected cameras and lenses.

For now B&H has a special on SanDisk memory cards and $70 off the Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 fisheye lens. More deals will be announced in the next few days. B&H also offers 2% in rewards - more details are available here. Update: you can save up to $500 on previous generation Apple computers.

BorrowLenses offers 10% off gear rental with the code TURKEYGEAROrders must be placed before Thanksgiving Day, Nov 21st at 11:59PM PST. Reservations can be for any length of time and anytime in the future. After that date, you can aways use code NIKONRUMORS to get 5% off.

Think Tank Photo have just announced that for the first time in their history they are offering free FedEx Ground Shipping on all of their gear. This special holiday offer runs through December 31, 2012. Think Tank is also releasing a whole new slate of gear, including the Airport Navigator, the photography industry’s first rolling pilot’s case, the Glass Limo, the photo industry’s slimmest profile backpack for carrying “Big Glass,” such as a 600mm f/4, and the CityWalker messenger bag series. In addition to the free shipping, you will also receive a free gift with any purchase over $50. To partake of this special offer, click here.

Today through Monday, 11/26 Blurb is offering 25% off their photo books when you use the promo code HOLIDAYTHANKS.

BestBuy has a countdown page with several different deals. The camera section mainly offers discounts on older Nikon models.

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  • Maji

    I think we are carrying the Black Friday concept too far… maybe we should call this week the Black Week and get over it.

    • MyrddinWilt

      I think the idea of going to the malls while everyone else is there is completely stupid. Its not like the prices are going to even be as good as Amazon even with the discount. Only reason to shop in person is because its fun to do that. Black friday isn’t gonna be fun.

      And if you are Walmart, it isn’t gonna be black either. Sounds like they pushed their staff just a little too far this time when they told them they have no choice but to turn up on Thanksgiving for their minimum wage job.

  • Shawn

    Hmmm, I was kind of hoping for more information. I’ve already had to look at the flyers for Best Buy, Target, and Walmart. I was kind of hoping you’d list out the deals on Nikon from those and anyone else who might have something good. Just my $0.02.

    • Rob

      There are no deals on Nikon. Nikon retailers are not allowed to lower their prices, as per the new pricing policy. The best you can hope for is to get free items bundled with your lens/camera.

      • PhotoDel

        Rob, you can get $200 of the D600 with no freebies. Local dealer is selling them at $2,499.99 with 24-85mm VR lens. D7000 is also $200 off…again no freebies just a straight price reduction.

        • Rob

          That’s not a deal though – that’s the price everywhere. Nikon just introduced a $100 rebate on the D600, and stacking with the $100 24-85mm rebate gives you $200 off the MSRP. There are no sales, and cannot be sales. Shawn wanted to know stores that had “deals” for Black Friday, and as I told him, none will.

          The instant rebates are available for all retailers to employ, and they always go on for a month or longer. There’s no reason to shop for Nikon on Black Friday any more than any other day.

          • Rob

            Scratch that – some of the rebates ARE only for this week. BH says the single-item (not body/lens combo) rebates end on Saturday. Normally they go a month at a time, but I don’t remember the D600 rebate before this week, so they may actually be just a week long. Nikon’s been known to extend rebates over and over again though, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see them again in December.

            And the rebates appear at all the stores I checked, so shop wherever you want.

  • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

    I was actually after the samyang 8mm fish w/ removeable hood, and it doesn’t have the special :-(

  • PhotoDel

    I am looking at the Pre-Black Friday Instant Savings flyer from today’s newspaper, Wisconsin State Journal.

    Coolpix series $70 to $50 instant savings.
    J1 $200 instant savings
    D3200 $100 instant savings with camera case and DVD
    D600 $200 instant savings
    D3100 $170 instant savings
    D3200 $100 instant savings
    D5100 $250 instant savings
    D7000 $200 instant savings
    D800 & D4 no instant savings

    Wide range of Nikkor lenses discounted when purchased with DSLR, discounts range from $100 to $250
    Nikon Speedlights, $30 to $50
    Nikon 1 J1 lens on sale for $100 instant savings
    P7700, $50 instant savings

    Not surprised that the D600 is being discounted. Demand is good.

  • Willy

    I hate all the Minimum Advertised Pricing mandated by so many manufacturers. Shame on Nikon, Westcott, Wacom, Gitzo, etc.

    • RxGus

      It’s more and more common where ever you go- All the golf equipment companies have been doing this for years. It’s just another way to justify/maintain higher and higher prices at release- instead of letting a free market dictate more stringent “supply-demand” fluctuations.

  • sonos

    Lensrentals also has Black Friday deals on rentals

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