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Tamron launch new claim back promo


Tamron UK start a new claim-back promotion tommorrow (July 15), customers purchasing the new Tamron 18-270mmf/3.5-6.3 PZD zoom lens can claim a pair of super compact Steiner Safari 8x22 binoculars - worth £99!

The promotion starts 15th July through 15th September 2011. Claims must be received by the distributor (Intro 2020) on or before 30th September 2011, but the lens must be purchased from an autthorised Tamron stockist in the UK or Eire to qualify.

Please see here for stockist details.



The Ultimate Photo Travel Lens promotion
Tamron 18-270mm PZD - the world’s lightest, most compact 15x DSLR Zoom Lens
Tamron travel promotion starts 15th July


On 15th July Tamron launch a new claim back promotion: Customers purchasing a new Tamron
18-270mm PZD lens can claim a superb pair of Steiner Safari 8x22 binoculars - worth £99!

Why a pair of binoculars you ask? The 18-270mm PZD lens is the ideal travel lens, couple this with the Steiner 8x22 Safari binoculars and you have an ideal travel kit for your holidays.

The promotion starts on 15th July and is valid to 15th September 2011. Claims must be received by Intro 2020 on or before 30th September 2011.

To be able to claim the binoculars, the products must be purchased in the United Kingdom and
Eire only, from an authorised Tamron stockist (see for stockist details).

For details of how to claim the Steiner binoculars either visit our website at: and download claim form, or send a copy of your receipt, together with the serial number of the lens to Tamron Promotion at Intro 2020 Priors Way, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2HP.


More News! - 15th July sees the launch of a new Tamron on-line game: Tamron Island.
Click onto or and put your photography skills to the test – there is a selection of prizes to win every month from now through to the end of December 2011.


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