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Nikon announce cashback on D3100

Nikon UK has announced a summer cashback promotion starting today (3 June 2011) of up to £65 /75 Euro on the 14.2-megapixel D3100. The promotion is for customers in the UK and Republic of Ireland (ROI) only. For more details please read the press release below.

Nikon UK is pleased to announce a new summer cashback promotion offering customers in the UK and Republic of Ireland up to £65 / 75 Euro back on purchases of the Nikon D3100, starting Friday 3rd June 2011.

Customers are entitled to claim £40/50 Euro cashback on purchases of a new Nikon D3100 body or single lens kit, or £65/75 Euro cashback on purchases of a new Nikon D3100 body with two or more lenses until 31st July 2011 (inclusive).

Cashback entitlement
All claims must be received by 31st August 2011 to apply. Terms and conditions apply. Visit for information about how to make a claim.

Simon Iddon, Nikon’s Enthusiast Product Manager comments: “With summer around the corner, now is the time to look at upgrading your camera ready for holidays and family fun. I am pleased we are able to make the D3100 an even more appealing choice for customers with the substantial cashback offer.”

The Nikon D3100 is an entry level DLSR camera that is fun and easy to use and is ideal for newcomers to digital SLR photography who want to take stunning images without worrying about complicated functionality. The camera’s Guide mode helps you develop your photography skills with by taking you through the settings and processes step-by-step to get the images you want.

For more information about the Nikon D3100 please visit

Buy from Amazon UK: Nikon D3100 18-55vr Kit



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