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The Deal Digest: New Rebates On Tamron Lenses Throughout October

By Anthony Thurston on October 1st 2014

Its been a while since we did one of these Deal Digests, and today, we have some Tamron deals to share with you all. 

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Today’s deals are all mail-in rebates on Tamron lenses that will be running through October 31st. The rebates range from $30 to $100, with most of them falling at $100. It’s not a drop everything you have, go out and buy this lens sort of deal. But for anyone considering this Tamron glass already, it may be enough to push you over the edge.

Tamron Lens Rebates For October

We are going to try and do these deal digest posts a minimum of once per week, maybe twice a week on weeks where lots of deals come out. But we are curious, what sort of deals you are most interested in; should we focus mainly on cameras/lenses, or do you also like to see related deals on photography accessories like tripods, lights, computers, storage, etc?

Let us know in the comment section below!

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. William Emmett

    As long as the big camera companies continue to use MAP for their pricing it is of no value to advertise these prices. Companies that allow sales, and lower prices on their products would be great. I can’t see why every camera store has to advertise a camera like the new Canon EOS 7D II at $1799.00. However, the site Canon Price Watch, does sell at “Street Price” when possible.

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  2. Daniel Thullen

    My vote would be primarily cameras and lenses, then accessories. Although accessories typically have lower price points, big savings on the big ticket items give you more bang to your buck!

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  3. Barry Cunningham

    Lenses and accessories.
    More likely to take advantage of accessory deals for the obvious reason: lower price point.

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  4. Herm Tjioe

    Always good to have deals on peripherals in addition to lenses/bodies mentioned. Currently eyeing on sliders, in particular the ProMediaGear brand.

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