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Canon PowerShot S110 12.1MP Digital Camera + Pixma Pro-100 Printer + 50-pack Canon Photo Paper $258 after $400 GC rebate with Free Shipping at Adorama. Choose "Buy together and save", pick the option featuring the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer + paper, pay $658 at checkout. Redeem this $400 mail-in rebate for a final price of $258.

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Looks like the price of the printer went up...

Deucer (Aug. 02, 2013 @ 5:18p) |

Dead? There's no "Buy together and save" any more, either on the camera page or the printer page. Cookies?

supercalifragilistic (Aug. 05, 2013 @ 8:52a) |

Got my $400 rebate card. Very quickly too.

kccalbear (Sep. 30, 2013 @ 10:37a) |

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Any experience dealing with this rebate company? $400 MIR is no chump change.

Adorama is very reputable.

The rebate seems to be from Canon. This is tempting. Probably the most versatile point and shoot out there.

LongDongSilver said:   Any experience dealing with this rebate company? $400 MIR is no chump change.

I've had no problems with the Canon rebates processed in Memphis. Here is the rebate company: Link

I see there are two versions of the rebate forms:

$400 rebate - http://www.adorama.com/pdfs/rebates/Adorama_Pro-100_9-30-13.pdf?...
$300 rebate - http://www.adorama.com/pdfs/rebates/ProPrinter_9-30-13.pdf

which one we should to trust ?

P.S. My bad looks they are for different printers - PRO-1 and PRO-100 accordingly.

looks like camera/bag/memory/extra battery/table tripod bundle is available at the same price

Can not add the camera kit with paper and printer and get the whole thing for $658. It will come out more than $700.

Thanks. In for one.

I was wondering if it would be possible to telephone in and get the camera changed to the kit since they are the same price. But with $400 tied up in the rebate, I think I will err on the side of caution and make the receipt as simple and plain as possible.


Great deal
Worked fine for me (although I did get charged $4.58 shipping)

Same here, notnow.

Yep, they charge $5 for shipping the paper, the camera and printer ship free. This is a great deal. Don't need the printer and paper, will put them on CL for $150 and net $100 on the camera. Smoking hot!!!!

I'm confused because the claim form indicates that you need to purchase an SLR lense in order to be eligible for the $400 GC. The $300 GC option is without an SLR lense.

Actually if you look at the rebate form you'll notice there is an "or" between camera and lens meaning that you only need to purchase the printer + paper and camera or lens to get the $400 rebate.

Done this five times in the past. Did not include the paper in the cart. It just showed up with the printer.

Got the rebate quickly every time.

My secret strategy: Buy printer. Sell ink for $80. Sell print head for $75. Sell included Photoshop Elements Win for $15. Sell Photoshp Elements 8 for $15. Chunk printer carcass. Total revenue = 185.

Thanks, I am in!

The best "pockatable" camera you can buy. I own a S95 and S100 and only have great things to say about both.

Wow, I have the S100 I bought last winter, but this is VERY tempting.

For those selling the printers on CL, is it really that easy to sell? I just checked my area (SF Bay Area) and there are ~20 listing for this exact printer just from today and yesterday.

Yuyak said:   Wow, I have the S100 I bought last winter, but this is VERY tempting.

For those selling the printers on CL, is it really that easy to sell? I just checked my area (SF Bay Area) and there are ~20 listing for this exact printer just from today and yesterday.


Yeah, same story here in Houston. Did a quick CL search and seeing a lot of folks trying to sell them (with the paper, and with the UPC cut-off) so apparently a lot of folks get in on this "deal".

Noticed one guy had dropped the price to $120 (but most folks asking $175-$200 range)...so I am guessing the true market value here is like $100....which would still make this a pretty decent deal if you could get it, because then the net for the camera would be around $160...

ferrarif1 said:   The best "pockatable" camera you can buy. I own a S95 and S100 and only have great things to say about both.

Yeah, I am really curious about how well the camera-to-phone link and transfer works. If it works as advertised, this will be an awesome purchase!

doofus said:   Yuyak said:   Wow, I have the S100 I bought last winter, but this is VERY tempting.

For those selling the printers on CL, is it really that easy to sell? I just checked my area (SF Bay Area) and there are ~20 listing for this exact printer just from today and yesterday.


Yeah, same story here in Houston. Did a quick CL search and seeing a lot of folks trying to sell them (with the paper, and with the UPC cut-off) so apparently a lot of folks get in on this "deal".

Noticed one guy had dropped the price to $120 (but most folks asking $175-$200 range)...so I am guessing the true market value here is like $100....which would still make this a pretty decent deal if you could get it, because then the net for the camera would be around $160...
Yeah, that's what I was thinking, which means if I can sell my slightly used s100 on CL for $160+ (which seems doable) I should be able to upgrade basically for free. I wonder if the s100 to s110 is enough of an upgrade to be worth the hassle. hmm...

I'm getting $349 and $389 for the camera and the printer bringing the total to $738. The paper is included free. With the $400 rebate it brings it to $338 for everything. Still hot but did the price go up since the original post?

Nevermind... had to find the "but together and save" tab.

where is the "but together and save" tab to make this adjustment. thanks.

I missed the deadline for the rebate on another Canon deal by 1 day. Anyone need my Pro-100 proof of purchase?

I'm still getting $738 like goodby1 did at first but I can't find where he/she found the lower price. Anyone have more specifics around how to add the printer or camera to get the original deal price of $658?

Thanks!

Ok guys- here are the clearest instructions:

1) Click through the OP's post and you will see to the right of the picture of the camera and a little bit down: Buy together and save Save up to $118.10 with bundle.
2) Click that link and it will bring up another dialogue box where you
3) click "select item" next to the additional two products. Then ...
4) click the "add to cart" button and you will have it for the lower price.

Once you find the linky it is easy.

goodby1


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goodby1 said:   Ok guys- here are the clearest instructions:

1) Click through the OP's post and you will see to the right of the picture of the camera and a little bit down: Buy together and save Save up to $118.10 with bundle.
2) Click that link and it will bring up another dialogue box where you
3) click "select item" next to the additional two products. Then ...
4) click the "add to cart" button and you will have it for the lower price.

Once you find the linky it is easy.

goodby1
Even clearer instructions (see pic)

I concede Yukak. Your post is as clear as clear can get.

Just received everything. Camera is great! That printer and paper is HUGE!!!! Was planning to sell printer, but looks pretty nice, may keep it! Now, hopefully rebate goes smooth. I noticed you can pre-register rebate online, that will probably make it quicker to receive. Thanks for the post!

Is this deal expired? I can't get it to work now...

Looks like the price of the printer went up...

Dead? There's no "Buy together and save" any more, either on the camera page or the printer page. Cookies?

Got my $400 rebate card. Very quickly too.



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