A new Woot-OFF is under way! It started on Tuesday at 1am ET! Participating in this edition are the Main Woot.com along with the Woot Sellout. These two are likely to offer camera-related items. Also participating are the Woot Home, Tools/Garden, Watches/Accessories, Kids and Wine. Some may offer items that are of satellite (six degrees of separation) interest to photographers. Woot-OFFs typically last 48 hours but not always.
National Geographic fans, the National Geographic store has a site-wide free ground shipping promotion good until October 23 at 11:59pm pacific time. No coupon code needed. There are some restrictions:
“Offer excludes framed maps, CafePress merchandise, Genographic Kits, Around the World in 125 Years – 3-Volume Collector’s Edition Book from TASCHEN, mounted maps, and globes. U.S. standard delivery only. Additional charges apply for expedited and non-U.S. shipping. Cannot be combined with other offers; not valid on previous orders. Applicable for online orders only. Prices not valid in the National Geographic UK Online Store or Road Less Traveled Store.”
In a separate promotion, if you spend $100 or more, you can buy the Best of National Geographic Channel 8-DVD Collection, Volume 5 (660 minute runtime) for $20. No coupon code needed. No expiration date mentioned.
Their prices can be all over the place, so if you are not familiar with a particular product’s prices, you may want to price check at Amazon or other price search engines.
A brand new photography course bundle has gone live at Stacksocial for $30. It is offered by a company by the name of “Adobe KnowHow” and includes these four lessons:
+ Night Photography Unlocked Video Course (4 hours)
+ Mastering Adobe Photoshop CC: A Definitive Course (13 hours)
+ EasyDSLR Beginners Photography Course (4 hours)
+ The Art Of Black & White Photography (6.5 hours)
+ 30 day refund policy
+ unlimited access to courses forever
+ licensed on a per user basis
Speaking of Stacksocial, if you are looking to host a blog/website/etc, they are offering one year of JustHost web hosting for $30 total. This gets you 12 months of service. JustHost offers only one shared web hosting plan, so it can’t scale up if you are planning to produce viral content and such. The usual caveats of using shared web hosting apply.
Adorama is back after the Sukkos holiday, so if you have any pending orders, they should start getting processed now. They currently have a few Sandisk storage product promotions.
First up, good until 11:59pm eastern on Tuesday 10/21/14, they have:
+ 64GB Sandisk Ultra microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I with full size SD adapter for $29
+ you can buy as many as you like
+ free shipping
Next up, Sandisk Connect Wireless USB drives, with free shipping
+ 32GB Connect Wireless for $45
+ 64GB Connect Wireless for $70
+ these offers end by 10/25/14
Next up, we go into Warp Drive mode with some CFast discount 2.0 Compact Flash card discounts:
+ 60GB Extreme PRO CFast 2.0 CompactFlash card for $400
+ 120GB Extreme PRO CFast 2.0 CompactFlash card for $800
+ SanDisk Extreme Pro CFast 2.0 Reader/Writer for $50
Last but not least, for the early adopters, they are accepting pre-orders for these two:
+ 64GB ExtremePRO CFast 2.0 Card for $400
+ 128GB ExtremePRO CFast 2.0 Card for $800
B&H Photo has re-opened after the Sukkoth holiday, so any recently placed orders you may have placed will start moving soon. And they have a new offer, the Westcott uLite with 26″ Octabox Kit is on sale for $56 with the all-important free expedited shipping since studio/lightning equipment can both take space and weigh quite a bit. This is a limited time offer.
Ending by 11:59pm ET on Tuesday 10/21/14, for just $30, at Stacksocial, you can get their The Mac To The Future Software Bundle that includes Corel’s AfterShot Pro 2, along with seven other Mac OS X software titles, and a Mac OS X development course. The software are digital downloads (shortly after your purchase), there is no box-in-the-mail option. All sales are final. $30 buys them all. You can use them all or just the ones you are interested in. Note: this offer is only available for Mac OS X.
Of pixel-peeping interest, last week’s Apple announcement brought a new iMac with a 5K Retina display, that’s 5120 x 2880 pixels on the screen, so you can pixel-peep a 14mp image without any zooming. The base model goes for $2500 and comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion drive, AMD Radeon R9 M290X graphics (with 2GB DDR5), SDXC card slot, four USB 3.0 ports, two Thunderbolts, etc. This is model MF886LL/A and it is available for pre-order for $2500 at Amazon.com and MacMall.com.
Olympus is currently running a Micro Four Thirds combined purchase promotion. Purchase one camera (eligible options are the OM-Ds (E-M1, E-M5, E-M10), the E-P5, the E-PL7) and up to four lenses from a choice of 15 lenses. Each lens added to the cart has a discount of either $100 or $200 attached to it. You can add up to four lenses for a maximum savings of $800 per shopping cart! Eligible lenses are high and low, from the 12-40/2.8 to the 14-42/3.5-5.6 II R. It’s a mix of zooms and primes, including one pancake. I didn’t find a promotion-wide expiration date, but the prices of the individual products are good until 11/1/14, so we can perhaps assume that’s the expiration date of this promotion.
In a separate promotion, you can get the VF-4 viewfinder for $100 if you purchase it together with the E-P5 body only. This VF4 promotion ends 10/25/14.
In yet another promotion, Olympus offers free 2-day shipping with orders of $50 or more. This shipping promotion ends 10/23/14.
MacMall.com is currently offering the Wacom 21″ Interactive Pen LCD Display (DTK2100VM) for $1100 with free shipping and handling.
They also have a variety of savings, discounts, along pre-orders of the new Apple products at their Apple Launching Savings page.
Back to the eBy Deals where Sony’s eBay store is offering the refurbished Sony Cybershot HX300 superzoom for $281 with free shipping. Limit 50 per buyer (in case you want to buy everyone the same present?).
Tigerdirect is celebrating its 27 year anniversary, and to celebrate that, they have a $27 off a purchase of $270 or more promotion. This promotion is a two step. First you request the coupon to be sent to your email address. Then you wait a few seconds and check your email. Your email from Tigerdirect will include a personalized link that includes a long-ass unique coupon code. You click on that link, and the discount is automatically activated. Then, as the activation page explains: “you place an order online over $270 (not including sales tax and shipping) and $27 will automatically be deducted from your order total in your shopping cart.”… It looks like more retailers are dabbling more in “personalized” (unique) coupon codes instead of general purpose coupons…
Stacksocial is offering the Seven Photography Classes by Udemy for $49 total. This offers lifetime access to the seven courses included in this bundle. You can watch on a computer, iPad or iPhone. It is licensed on a per user basis. You also get a 30 day money back guarantee if you don’t like them. The seven courses included are:
- EasyDSLR Digital Photography Course: Advanced
- Learn To Creating Stunning HDR Photos
- iPhone Photography Secrets
- The Art of Black and White Photography
- Portrait Photography With Simple Gear
- The Art of Travel Photography
- Photo Restoration with Photoshop Tutorial
- offer ends around 13 days from blog-posting date
For Mac OS X 10.7 or later versions, Stacksocial is offering the FaceFilter3 Photo Retouching software for $20. This is a digital download and is available shortly after payment. All sales are final. Limit two per customer. It is made by Reallusion Inc. Offer ends in about two days from blog-posting date.
Stacksocial is offering the CollageIt Pro software for FREE IF and only IF you follow them on social media (choice of Twitter, Google+ or Facebook) and then share the promotion on social media. They offer either the PC / Windows or the Mac / Apple. The offer ends in about three days from blog-posting date.
These limited time offers expired… Check back on Fridays and Mondays (or any days that end in “y” for that matter) for potential new offers from the Amazon Gold Box Lightning Deals… Expired items after the jump…
The black Panasonic 45-150mm, model H-FS45150K, M43rds of course, is currently on sale for $256 with free shipping at Amazon by Amazon herself with a limit of two per shopping cart during this time.
The Roberts Imaging eBay store has a limited time offer, save 10% off when you buy two or more lenses of the same kind. For example, two or more Nikon AF lenses, or two or more Olympus Digital Lenses or two or more Canon EF lenses and things like that. There are lots of mounts and similar-product promotions of the “buy two or more, get 10% off” kind. Page down over there to see them all. An expiration date is not mentioned… If you are not certain, add the times to your shopping cart, and see what happens to the prices…
If you are signed up for the Fry’s Electronics email newsletter, their latest newsletter that comes with the “personal promo codes” includes the full version of Lightroom 5 for $100 after using the promo code in-store. The promo code offer is in-store only. This is a 3-day sale per their email. Here is a screenshot crop of that offer…
More action at the eBay Deals, this time we find the new condition Sigma 18-250mm f3.5-6.3 Macro HSM OS lens offered for $250 with free shipping by BuyDig on eBay. It is available in the Nikon, Canon, Sony-Alpha-Minolta, and Pentax K SLR mounts. Limit five per buyer.