Nikon instant rebates for October include the 28-300mm lens and Speedlight flashes

The Nikon instant rebates for October were extended and now include also the Nikkor 28-300mm lens and SB-700 and SB-910 flash units. For example, the Nikon D600 has the following available rebates:

  • $200 off Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II
  • $150 off Nikkor 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
  • $200 off Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
  • $100 off Nikkor 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR
  • $200 off Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED
  • $50 off SB-910 Speedlight flash
  • $30 off SB-700 Speedlight flash

With some lenses, you also get a free Tiffen 77mm Photo twin pack (UV Protection and Circular Polarizing Filter).

The 28-300mm lens rebate is available for the D4, D3x, D800, D800E, D600, D7000 or D300s bodies.

The Speedlight rebate is available for the D3100, D3200, D5100, D90, D7000, D300s, D600, D800, D800E, D4 or D3x bodies.

All listed Nikon bodies are in stock except for the D800E.

To see all available rebates, just click on the "Buy Together & Save" link on each camera listing.

The new rebates expire on October 27th, 2012.

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  • Cpop

    Great. I want to get a flash. Will Christmas bring any better rebates?

    • LeadWrist

      Damnit, I am about to by the 24-70 and 70-200 and see this. Now I have to go figure out if they can give me the deal or if I have to return the D600 and reorder everything to get it. This just sucks. Good thing it’s within 30 day return policy, yay.

  • Anonymous Maximus

    28-300mm VR is too bulky to be a walkaround lens. A compact 28-135mm VR would better fit in the definition. It has been proven that 28 to mid tele zooms can be designed quite efficiently. They are at least better and smaller than 24 to mid tele counterparts necessiating more of compromise.

    • Prof. G.

      I haven’t purchased the D600 or D800 yet, so I am still using the D200 with the MD200 AND my walk-around lens is the 28-300 VR — it has served me well — so far no neck injuries yet — lol.
      Went to a nature preserve in StonyBrook New York yesterday — the 28-300 worked pretty well (the birds were 200 yards away — difficult with almost any lens) — I never would have gotten a decent image of the Heron without it — just too far away. I wish that I could have afforded the 600mm but I still need to eat occasionally — lol.
      The 28-135mm is a nice lens, too — but for my purposes I needed to reach out further.
      Great website — keep up the good work.

  • Only in USA – pity. Hopefully Canadian suppliers will follow B&H’s lead on this.

    • AM

      I don’t think the rebates are B&H’s exclusivity. They are also available at Adorama.

  • wickitom

    Anyone wants to donate $3,800, I need a D600 and a 24-70mm.

    • Ronbenson

      $3,800.00 is quite an amount of money. Change your strategy and ask 10,000 persons to give you 38 cents. This may work!!!

      • tom

        cool, i should have know this before

  • LeadWrist

    I can see why people complain about B&H Photo Video. Is it just me or are they forever on holiday, sheesh. Looks like I have to wait until Oct 10 to sort this all out. Sigh.

    • Dyun27

      Yeah,… it’s incredibly annoying. Anytime I visit that site to try and buy something they’re announcing they’ll be on holiday for the next two days. They need to have some non-Jewish people working that store so that while the Jewish ones are on holiday, the non-Jewish ones can continue to run the store. Wouldn’t that make good business sense? I don’t know…. just sayin’.

  • Hem

    I bought a D600, 50/1.8, sb700, and 28-300 on one order on the first day.

    Then I was irked that I missed those deals

    I got my 180 refunded wi a 15 min call

  • MarkB

    Hard to tell if these are dealer or factory sponsored rebate programs. I went to Best Buy and asked if they were participating, the answer was NO. If a company that size is not in, I guess this must just be B&H and Adorama?

  • Mike

    I bought the D600 from B&H and thought I ordered a lens. Turns out I didn’t. I called and asked if I can order the lens and get the discount given that I just bought the lens. B&H told me no. The D600 and the lenses have to be on the same invoice. Their hands were tied because this was Nikon policy. This seems dumb to me because I can return the D600 with no questions asked, get my money back and then buy the D600 and lens at Adorama and get the discount. Why would B&H or Nikon pass up on a $900 purchase of a lens on a technicality. For all intents, I bought the D600 and lens together.

    By the way, I called the Nikon Customer support and I could barely understand the person. He said no one was available to help me, took my contact information and said someone would call me. No on did. This is good Customer Service?

    I was pretty excited to get my D600 and now this whole experience really has not made me a happy customer. I feel that I’m being cheated. Yes, it’s only $150, but it’s the principle of the matter. Why should pay full price for the lens when someone else gets the discount. It seems like my only option is to return the D600 and get a refund.

  • Srini

    Nikon D600 body now at £1429.99 at Digital Rev, while the D800 at £1939.00 (body only) from the same shop. Both are pretty big reductions from their respective peak price.

    I am reading a lot of users complaints re dusts/oil in D600 sensors at over f/9 and above….

    That’s quality control from Thailand, I suppose.

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