Nikon UK announces cashback on SLRs, and Coolpix promotion
Hot on the heels of its cashback offer for its 1 System cameras, Nikon UK has announced similar promotions on its D600 and D5200 SLRs. Buyers will be able to claim back £50 / €60 on the D5200, and £150 / €180 on the D600, when purchased either body only or with a new Nikkor lens. Meanwhile buyers of various Coolpix compacts will have the chance to win one of over 1200 'exhilarating prizes', including an indoor sky diving experience.
Nikon D-SLR Summer Cashback
London, UK, 1st June 2013: Nikon UK today launches its summer D-SLR cashback promotion offering up to £150 cashback. The promotion includes the Nikon D5200 and D600 from 1st June 2013 – 31st July 2013 (inclusive).
Details of the promotion and what customers are entitled to claim are below. The offer is valid on purchases between 1st June 2013 and 31st July 2013 (inclusive). Claims must be received by 31st August 2013 (inclusive).
- £50/€60 Cashback – A new Nikon D5200 - body only or with 1 or more new NIKKOR lens
- £150/€180 Cashback – A new Nikon D600 - body only or with 1 or more new NIKKOR lens
Simon Iddon, Product Manager for Enthusiast D-SLR products says: “Both the Nikon D5200 and D600 offer the ultimate in image quality and creative control, packed into a lightweight body. The D5200 is the ideal D-SLR for the hobbyist with a creative side. The flexible vari-angle monitor allows you to take stills and movies from unique angles.
For those looking to buy their first full-frame D-SLR, the D600 makes an ideal choice. With an autofocus system as sensitive as that of the D4 and weather-sealed to the same degree as the D800, yet surprisingly lightweight; the D600 is the perfect way to experience full-frame.
With this promotion, customers can upgrade their D-SLR and take their photography to the next level”.
Nikon UK focuses on summer with new COOLPIX promotion
London, UK, Nikon, 1st June 2013: Nikon UK today announces a new promotion giving customers the chance to win one of over 1200 exhilarating prizes with purchases of selected COOLPIX Zoom cameras.
From 1st June – 31st August 2013 (inclusive) COOLPIX customers have the chance to win an exhilarating experience, from indoor sky diving experience, to a Silverstone challenge. To be in with a chance of winning, customers simply have to register their purchase online and answer a question online, at www.nikoncoolpixoffer.co.uk.
James Loader, Senior Product Manager for COOLPIX cameras, at Nikon UK says: “With summer around the corner, now is the ideal time to start thinking about upgrading your camera, to capture the special holiday memories.
He adds: “The optical zoom on these selected cameras is impressive, allowing you to get close to the action without sacrificing image quality - and could come in handy when capturing your exhilarating prize!”
Nikon COOLPIX Zoom cameras included in the promotion:
- Nikon COOLPIX L320
- Nikon COOLPIX L610
- Nikon COOLPIX S6400
- Nikon COOLPIX S6500
- Nikon COOLPIX S9400
- Nikon COOLPIX S9500
- Nikon COOLPIX P520
- Nikon COOLPIX S9050
This promotion is available to customers purchasing one of the above selected COOLPIX cameras purchased between the promotional dates 01.06.2013 - 31.08.2013. The closing date to enter the prize draw is 30.09.13. Terms and conditions apply.
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