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Nikon’s ‘Buy Together & Save’ Is Back, Save Up To $600 On New D750!

By Anthony Thurston on November 18th 2014

Nikon’s holiday edition of their ‘Buy Together & Save’ promotion is now live, and it includes their latest full frame DSLR, the D750. The possible savings are quite substantial, up to $800 off the D610 for example, but they expire quickly.

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Nikon ‘Buy Together and Save’ Rebates

As I mentioned above, some of the possible savings you can get with this holiday edition of Nikon’s rebates are pretty substantial. The downside is that they expire somewhat quickly. According to the B&H page, these rebates expire on Saturday November 22, which is 4 days from this post publishing.

Here are some of the biggest or most notable savings available:

You can find all the details, with the available cameras, and the lenses/accessories over on the dedicated B&H page here. These are some great savings. If you planned on upgrading your kit, these next few days would be a good time to do so.

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. Greg Faulkner

    I finally took the plunge and sold one of my D800’s to try a D750 a few weeks ago. Its a really great camera the only thing thats stopping me putting my other D800 on ebay is the fact that I can’t import its raws straight to lightroom yet and my pocket wizards don’t sync :( As soon as thats all sorted the second D800 is going as well.

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    • Anthony Thurston

      Lightroom was JUST updated today, so that problem is no longer an issue for you :) (good timing huh? haha)

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    • Greg Faulkner

      Just downloaded and installed Tony, just the Pocket Wizard firmware now.

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  2. Kevin Cucci

    I would say these are good deals, but take the D750 deal for example… am I the only one noticing that the Nikkor 24-120 F/4 “kit” lens is $1300.00 !! People say Canon lenses are overpriced… geez

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    • John Cavan

      The 24-120 f/4 is a lot better than a typical kit lens aimed at the consumer market and sold with consumer bodies. This is more clearly aimed at the semi-pro market with the constant aperture and that normally comes with a higher price. It was the first lens I bought with my D800 and I have no regrets.

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  3. Greg Silver

    Those are great deals – thanks for posting!

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  4. Aaron Cheney

    Time to buy me a Nikon :)

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