Most of Nikon rebates are now gone


The Nikon lens-only rebates and the free battery grip offer for the D500/D750/D810 are all gone now (they have been available since Black Friday). Here are the Nikon deals that are still going on:

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  • nek4life

    Noooooooooooooooo! Just kidding I have no money anyway.

  • doge

    They’ll be back.

  • Prasad Palaniyandi

    Wait for couple of months 🙂

    • Ha! Agreed.

    • Nyarlathotep

      Yeah, Nikon will get desperate to move some stock right about a month or two before the end of their fiscal year (3/31/17). So one or two months out we will probably see some stock moving incentives.

    • fanboy fagz

      In less then a month new sales. Jan February are very weak sales. After christmas and partying from new years people are very short on money

  • TwoStrayCats

    Sort of like Honda’s End-Of-Year Clearance Sale. As though there won’t be another, and soon.

  • doge

    it’s $797 on american amazon.

    • An American in Canada

      Yup, and it cost me 700 US dollars all in (with taxes) on Canadian Amazon.

  • Kartken

    Paid $849 CAD in Oct.2014.

    • An American in Canada

      Loonie was worth a lot more back then…

  • Swim Upstream

    Tried to give BH my money a couple times during the promo but the D500 deal mysteriously disappeared every time it went into the cart. Pretty sneaky and no reply from customer service. Usually they’re pretty good. Til next time…

  • T.I.M

    I told myself not to buy any camera gear in 2017.
    (but I said it in in Chinese, I don’t understand Chinese)

    • whisky

      ni hao. 🙂

  • samys still got the deal, but with bull shit tax. wouldnt recommend would end up paying the same price

    • Aldo

      I woudnt call it bullshit tax…. its more of a loophole that needs to be fixed. Everyone pays taxes… except Trump

      • dabug91

        No.

        • TwoStrayCats

          Ditto.

      • nwcs

        Trump is a punchline but seriously, all the big money players have ways to avoid taxes. Like the celeb scandal of offshoring money:

        https://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/apr/06/panama-papers-reveal-offshore-dealings-stars

        http://fortune.com/2015/04/14/celebrity-tax-havens/

        http://www.usnews.com/news/business/articles/2016-04-04/a-look-at-offshore-accounts-used-to-hide-wealth-avoid-taxes

        And then you have smart people who maximize the potential by having their money work for them.

        • Aldo

          Offshoring is also a problem… but tackling would compromise some core liberties. Basically the government would have to dictate what tou do with your money in order to prevent it.

          Bankrupcy however is being exploited as a way to make money. A noble law designed to help people get out of debt is being strategically dissected as a way to ‘make money’. Loopholes that would seem easy to fix remain there for people to take advantage of… just like the state tax exeption people (myself included) take advantage of by simply buying out of state.

          • nwcs

            Create a loophole and people will find a way to exploit it. Most of the deductions and exemptions are ways of confusing people. There’s no free lunch and most of these tax laws are designed to herd most people to particular things. Personally I am in favor of a flat tax or a very light graduated tax and no deductions. Or go back to the last time the country had a perpetual surplus: import tariffs and no income taxes. Income taxes were created to be “fair” but as Toqueville said (paraphrased): politicians will always manipulate taxes to their own benefit to the detriment of people.

            • Aldo

              True… but I’d like to think we are better than that… founding fathers had such a noble and ‘honest’ vision for this nation. The US economy seems to be like a no-credit-limit credit card.. and I’m afraid that will catch up to us one day… who knows? At least we got NR for distraction.

            • nwcs

              Yep, and all the various political parties are to blame and most of the public. Like Tocqueville said: The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.

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