Update: The extra lens below is out of stock. You can still get a bargain on this highly rated 55-250mm lens with $150 off code: VNM87N39
This deal is now even hotter thanks to price drops on the printer and printer paper. If you have already bought the printer and paper from Amazon in the past week (such as with the S110 deal if you bought from Amazon) be sure to call or chat with them for a price adjustment!
Add all of the following items to your cart (Be sure to add the exact items from the links below):
Even if the items below say that they’re temporarily out of stock you can still order them and lock in the current discount and they’ll be shipped shortly.
Be sure to select Frustration-Free Packaging:
–SanDisk Extreme 32 GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card 45MB/s
Use the following code for $150 off at checkout: DHYJAWRL
Your cart total will then be $850.99 plus you will qualify for a $400 Rebate with this deal as well!
That’s a digital SLR camera (with outstanding 4.7 star reviews), a short-range and a long range lens, an SD card, a professional printer, printer paper, and a camera case, all for $451. A real steal and the lowest price ever!
Additionally, you will get a 2% rebate in the form of an Amazon promo code good for any goods that are shipped and sold from Amazon. It takes 35 days to get that rebate and it will be emailed to you automatically. The promo code expires 6 months from date of issuance.
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