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Discussion in 'Hot Deals - Find a Great Deal? Share It Here.' started by broncophil, Oct 10, 2014.
Columbus is code
Will Olympus honor the discount code if i just bought a 12mm and 75mm 2 weeks ago??
I wish, saw 9-18mm for $399 plus discount
9-18, 75-300, 25, 45 are available. Remember to use the banner on top for purchases ; )
Doh! Just got a 75-300 refurb a few weeks ago. Well, you never know what will be in stock during the coupons so I didn't wait.
Best of luck to the patient but fast!
Dang, not quick enough for this game. Had a black 45 in my cart but by the time I got to the confirm payment page it was all gone
Nothing will load in my cart
Even with a yellow "add to cart" button, it still says "out of stock" across the top.
@WT21 - It's been like an hour now, these things go out of stock in minutes when the coupon codes come out!
It does look like the 75-300 can still be added to the cart right now. And I'm not sure how long the coupon is good for but come Monday or Tuesday always good to look again throughout the day as it seems things go back in stock briefly sometimes.
I was able to order 75-300mm just now. Still there is more
Thanks. I was able to order the 14-150mm for a great price.
So tempted to get the 75-300, but gotta keep my eye on prize (40-150 f/2.8)
ugghhh....right after i just got my e-m10
Scored a 14-150mm f4.0-5.6 (Black).
Worth to mention that "COLUMBUS" code offer ends 10/14/14
12-50mm lens at $160 looks good, but I already have two zoom lens that start in 12mm and are better in IQ..
A bit relieved that I am now unable to add the black E-P5 to my shopping cart (looks like out of stock)...
I was curious if you could get the lens rebates when purchasing a refurbished camera from Olympus? I tried adding some and didn't see a discount, but I didn't go all the way to order confirmation.
I believe the refurb's are excluded from the combo discounts. Waiting for a refurb deal though seems to produce better bottom line savings, if you're willing to wait and take a chance on one, of course.
How much better is the 12-50mm compared to the kit lens 14-42?
It's wider, it's longer, and it's weather-sealed. Unfortunately, it's not optically better.
Non of the prime lenses are in stock. Did people bought them all or Olympus just pulled them off stock?
The 17mm, 25mm, and 45mm f1.8 lenses were in stock when the sale started. They have since sold out.
And it does decent semi-macro / close ups.