How one reader got the Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens for $885

A reader commented on my previous post about the $200 Amazon credit deal – he basically got the Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens for $885 (reg. $1,400) after taking advantage of several savings and offers:

Wow, thanks for posting this. I’m not one for credit card gimmicks, but this is a serious deal! I just applied for this card, and will be getting the 200-500 for less than $900 (if you count the Amazon credit as savings):

$150 bonus after spending $500 on your new Chase Freedom card in the first 3 months

$200 Amazon cash to use on a future camera purchase

10% cash back on Amazon purchases charged to Freedom card = $140

$25 bonus when you add an authorized user and make first purchase within 3 months

200-500 lens = $1,400
$150 + $200 + $140 +$25 = $515
Final Price = $885 (37% off)

You can see the list of qualifying products for this Amazon offer here (includes the D750, D810, Df cameras, the latest 200-500mm and 300mm f/4 lenses and more). This deal will expire on December 31st. Here are the full details:

Offer: Get a $200 Credit Toward a Future Purchase with a Qualifying Top-Rated Camera or Lens Purchase With Code CAMERAGIFT


Step 1: Buy a qualifying camera or lens listed below that is shipped and sold by Customers must use code CAMERAGIFT at checkout to participate in the promotion.

Qualifying products and additional details can be found here.

Step 2: After 30 days, customers will receive an email from Amazon indicating that a $200 promotional credit has been automatically applied to your account for a future Camera, Photo & Video store purchase

Step 3: Use the link provided in the email to shop the Camera, Photo & Video products shipped and sold by Amazon. Your credit will automatically be applied to your Cart at checkout

Promotion Timeline:

Offer Available: 11/26-12/31/15
Future credit is redeemable until March 31, 2016

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