Canon 750D DSLR Body only £419 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal) (£319 after cashback!)
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Canon 750D DSLR Body only £419 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal) (£319 after cashback!)

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Found 29th Dec 2015
Amazon lighting deal, be quick only 12 left at time of posting.

Canon currently doing double cashback on selected lines so get an extra £100 off overall price by claiming through their site: canon.co.uk/win…ck/

you will need to get a lens separately but still a fantastic deal for a great DSLR with built-in Wifi/NFC!

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good camera, best price I've seen to date, heat added
all gone :-(
Good deal. Just missed it.
jtle

Good deal. Just missed it.



If you literally just missed it after adding it to your basket, complain. You have 15 minutes to check out from adding to your basket. Took me a total of 1 hour but got them to price match the lightning deal, as they removed it from my basket as "sold out" - yet a lightning deal should/must reserve stock for a 15 minute period for you.
Canon 750d + 18-135mm now down to 629 on amazon lightning deal. Is it worth getting?
cant believe they pulled the prior deal for the body only when people had it in their baskets
cyberdragon

cant believe they pulled the prior deal for the body only when people had … cant believe they pulled the prior deal for the body only when people had it in their baskets



Was a nightmare They kept putting me on hold (and got cut off and had to ring them back) and finally they said the supervisor said you missed the ligntning deal and there is nothing more they could do. So then I requested to speak to the supervisor and repeated the entire conversation that it wasn't my fault. A total of 60 minutes on the phone is crazy.

I did, though, work out why the problem occurred.
The lightning deal page showed the deal lasting from 8AM-12PM i.e. 4 hours.
The internal Amazon website showed the deal lasting from 8AM-10AM i.e. 2 hours.

So I placed it in my basket at 9.59am and tried to check out at 10AM and it had "sold out" because the deal had expired. They still had 27% stock, as admitted by the supervisor. He's adamant that the counter displayed an expiry time of 10AM, but it was definitely 12PM. That's why the basket counter was counting down from 15 minutes - as far as the 'external customer facing' website was concerned, the deal was not about to be pulled.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 29th Dec 2015
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