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Canon UK announces Winter Cashback scheme

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Canon has announced a cashback scheme across a number of products in the lead up to Christmas. The EOS 550D and EOS 600D are included though no other DSLRs qualify for the scheme which runs through to 25th January. For more information please see the press release below.

Canon announces greatest ever Winter Cashback scheme

Love Christmas, Love Canon

Canon has launched their greatest ever Winter Cashback with offers on 18 models across their EOS, IXUS and PowerShot camera ranges, LEGRIA camcorders, PIXMA and PIXMA Pro models.

The Canon Winter Cashback will run until 25th January 2012.  
The last claim date for the promotion will be 24th February 2012.

 

IXUS 115 HS                                £20/25 euros RRP £159.00
IXUS 220HS                                £20/25 euros RRP £179.00

PowerShot SX150 IS                        £20/25 euros RRP £199.00
PowerShot SX220 HS                        £30/35 euros RRP £249.00

EOS 550D (all configurations)        £40/45 euros
EOS 600D (all configurations)        £50/55 euros

LEGRIA HF R206                        £30/35 euros
LEGRIA HF R26                        £30/35 euros
LEGRIA HF R27                        £30/35 euros
LEGRIA HF R28                        £30/35 euros
LEGRIA HF M406                        £50/ 55 euros
LEGRIA HF M46                        £50/ 55 euros
LEGRIA HF M41                        £50/55 euros

PIXMA MG5350                        £30/35 euros RRP £129.00
PIXMA MG6250                        £30/35 euros RRP £179.00
PIXMA MG8250                        £30/35 euros RRP £329.00

PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II                £50/55 euros RRP £499.00
PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II                £100/110 euros RRP £749.00

 

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For further details and full terms and conditions please visit www.canon.co.uk/wintercashback
For further details and full terms and conditions please visit www.canon.ie/wintercashback

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