Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm with Flash, Bag, Converter Lenses, 64GB SD, Filters, PSP X8, Spider, and More Freebies for $1550

As you can see at the just-updated Stock Status Tracker, the official Nikon D7500 with 18-140mm kit goes for $1550 at authorized dealers. You can get it at this price, but with a boatload of free accessories by Buydig on eBay. The freebies are:

+ generic Bounce Zoom Slave Flash (two AA)
+ 58mm Wide Angle & Telephoto Converter Lens with extras
+ camera gadget bag
+ 64GB SD card
+ Corel PaintShop Pro X8
+ 12-inch Rubberized Spider Tripod, Large (Red)
+ Bower 67mm/58mm Step Down Ring – AD6758
+ 67mm UV, Polarizer & FLD Deluxe Filter kit (set of 3 + carrying case)
+ other assorted trinkets (cleaning kits, etc)

The same set of freebies for the same price of $1550 is offered by Beach Camera through Amazon. Buydig and Beach Camera are/have the same parent company. Beach Camera through Amazon ships directly, but if you are a Prime member, you get free Prime-like delivery speed (around two days give or take). This is a lesser known Prime Benefit and the only way to figure it out is to look at the listing in detail.

On the other hand, if you want to buy it from Amazon itself, their in-stock estimate is June 23 (2017), but you don’t get any of the above freebies.

In-Stock Again: Fuji X-T2 with 18-55 for $1900

It’s finally back in-stock! The new condition Fuji X-T2 with the 18-55mm kit lens is in-stock for its starting price of $1900 at Amazon by Amazon itself which is restricted to Prime members, but there are also a variety of 3rd-parties through Amazon that are not restricted to Prime members. Their shipping estimate is later than Amazon since they don’t offer Prime shipping.

For all the options, check the just updated Stock Status Tracker.

Used Fuji X-T2 Graphite Body for $1540

An update of the Stock Status Tracker is in progress. The Fuji X-T2 Graphite body only remains out of stock in new condition, but if you are comfortable with USED cameras, there are two used listings of it at Amazon Warehouse Deals by Amazon itself (their used subsidiary) for $1540 with free shipping in “Used – Like New” condition. Both have descriptions, and one of the two has actual pictures of the used cameras. As usual, used camera supplies are typically limited, especially for hard to find cameras.

Google WiFi Router for $100

On the technology front, the black color scheme of the Google WiFi Router is on sale for $100 with free shipping at Amazon by Amazon itself. This is not a lightning deal. The shipping estimate is June 24 (2017).

Speaking of Amazon and tech, they are offering the 27-inch Acer H277HU kmipuz IPS monitor for $300 with free shipping with a 1-4 weeks shipping estimate. It has WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution, HDMI, USB-C, DP, 2x3W speakers and more.

60pk Fujifilm Instax Mini Film Value Pack for $34

For fans of Instant Cameras, and more specifically Instax Mini, the 60 sheet pack of Fujifilm Instax Mini Film Value Pack is on sale for the very specific price of $33.70 at Amazon by Amazon itself. Free shipping for Prime members or with a $35+ order. You can buy up to five 60-packs during this sale.

Or if you are a fan of “Subscribe and Save”, you can buy it for the same price through Subscribe and Save where it is eligible for additional discounts if you qualify for the monthly minimums set forth by “Subscribe and Save”.

Duracell Coppertop Battery Rewards return at Office Depot / Max

It’s a new week and that means new Office Depot and Office Max Rewards Offers for their rewards members. Among this week’s offers, which run from Sunday AM until Saturday 6/24/17 11:59pm eastern (or store closing time if buying at B&M), is the return of the Duracell Coppertop Battery Rewards.

As before, you can buy one or two 16-packs of Duracell Coppertop AA or AAA batteries. You have to show them your Rewards number in-store or make sure it is included in your online shopping account. You pay full price plus sales tax. After a few weeks, you will receive the purchase price of the batteries (minus $0.01, minus the sales tax) as an Office Depot Reward which you can use in future purchases over there.

Valid in-store, online, by phone or fax. These rewards will be issued separately from the monthly rewards, which is good, because they are not subject to the sneaky $10 multiple restriction.