Nikon D800 in-stock for $3000 with free 16GB SDHC and $200 Training Credit
If you are looking for the Nikon D800 body only in-stock at its opening price of $3000, keep on reading because you can get it with some freebies as well! The camera is in-stock at its opening price of $3000 at Amazon by Amazon itself. Today Amazon has launched a new promotion, and as part of this new promotion, you can get a free 16GB Sandisk Extreme SDHC and $200 of Training Credit with the purchase of the D800. Simply add the D800 and the two free items to your shopping cart, and if all is well, their price will be automatically deducted at the top right corner of the Amazon Checkout page. There is no coupon code to enter. This promotion ends on Oct-31-2012.
What is this Training Credit you ask? According to the rather spartan product description, you get a 2-year unlimited access to any single training title priced up to $200 at the Class On Demand streaming catalog which includes photography/imaging training titles. I have not used this - all I know is what little is written on the above page. There are no customer reviews to provide further guidance. But if you are buying the D800, you get it for free :)
The above promotion is stackable with the optional Nikon f2.8 Instant Rebates which get you $200 off the 24-70/2.8 if purchased together with the D800, and $200 off the 70-200/2.8 II VR if purchased together with the D800. Buy both lenses with the D800, and get $400 off.
For the big picture on the Nikon D800 and D800e availability, check the combined D800 and D800e stock status page.