YI 4K+ Action Camera and YI Gimbal 3-Axis Stabilizer and YI Floating Grip for $440 after coupon

GoPRO is no longer the only game in town when it comes to action cameras. YI technology (apparently action cameras hate long brand names mayhaps because there’s not a lot of space on the compact devices to write them on) is generating some buzz with their models, and at the moment, they have a combined purchase coupon and a freebie as well. The offers are stackable.

Here are the steps:
* start at the YI 4K+ Action Camera product page; page down until you…
* … locate the offer that says “Receive 1 Floating Grip free” (you will receive one FREE YI Floating Grip (randomly chosen color)
* hit the yellow “Add Both to Cart”
* if you don’t want the Gimbal, that’s it, proceed to checkout
* if you also want the Gimbal at 50% off, add the YI Gimbal 3-Axis Handheld Stabilizer to the shopping cart and enter coupon code YIGIMBAL
* the coupon cuts the price of the Gimbal from $200 to $100
* your total is $340 (Action Cam) + $100 (Gimbal after coupon) = $440

The top right corner of the Amazon Checkout page looks like this when all is well and this offer is stacked:

Free Hand Delivery and 1 Hour Flight Training with DJI Spark for $500 [select US metro areas]

The new DJI Spark will be released to the world on June 15 in 2017. If you’d like to receive it in person and receive a 1-hour FREE flight training, and want to buy the “Alpine White” color scheme, the official DJI store is offering these two freebies for the regular price of $500. The hand delivery and free flight training are only available in eight big metro areas in the USA: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Francisco. You also receive a free 16GB microSD card 🙂

If you don’t want the Alpine color scheme, or don’t want hand delivery, or you are not in those eight metro areas, you can pre-order it for $500 with a June 15 release at various retailers including Amazon itself and various other sellers.

NOTE that DJI is a Chinese company, and as it is often the case with Chinese products, a number of the online sellers offering their products directly or through marketplaces (like Amazon, eBay and such) are based in China. If you are not familiar with a particular seller, do not assume that they ship from the USA. Make sure you check before buying!

(ENDED) Wednesday: 15% back in Rakuten Rewards points with coupon

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If you are a fan of shopping at Rakuten (formerly Buy.com), for Wednesday (today), promo code 15BACK gets you 15% back in Rakuten Rewards points at the Rakuten website. Exclusions and limitations apply as usual. You have to be a member of their Rewards program in order to get the 15% back in Rewards points.

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