Nikon D40 + 18 - 55 Kit Lens - £212.43 (inc delivery) at digitalcameras.com
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Nikon D40 + 18 - 55 Kit Lens - £212.43 (inc delivery) at digitalcameras.com

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Found 21st Apr 2008
THIS IS NOW IN STOCK AND AVAILABLE ONCE AGAIN!!
don't forget cashbackkings 6.5%!
this gives a total theoretical price of:

£242.43 - £30nikon cashback - £15.30 cashback = £197.13!! I'd be quick because it will probably sell out again quickly

11 Comments

Don't think it's in stock.

Original Poster

It lets you add the product to the basket and apply the 15% discount voucher so I think it is in stock, I've given it a shot anyway!

you can still buy it

Delivered: No delivery date available

Good deal but it clearly says....

No delivery date available

I suppose it depends how much you can trust this company with your cash while they wait for stock.... :whistling:

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mosskeeto;1941418

Good deal but it clearly says....No delivery date available I suppose it … Good deal but it clearly says....No delivery date available I suppose it depends how much you can trust this company with your cash while they wait for stock.... :whistling:


I ordered it while it had stock status as "No delivery date available" and have received a confirmation email (and £15 cashback tracked :D) . As far as I'm concerned this shouldn't have been expired because you can still order the camera at a price £49 cheaper than amazon and much cheaper than jessops where it is £269 with the nikon cashback. Granted I should have put "available to order" instead of "in stock" but whoever expired it should be ashamed at themselves for being such a pr!ck

It also clearly states that the code is applicable to items ONLY marked as In Stock . This isn't so with this camera , so don't moan if they take the full cost from you as you knew what you were getting into .

As for describing the expirer as a ***** , well it was expired as the terms of the code had made it so because it isn't in stock . I therefore think an apology is owed , don't you !

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t_e_b;1941558

I ordered it while it had stock status as "No delivery date available" … I ordered it while it had stock status as "No delivery date available" and have received a confirmation email (and £15 cashback tracked :D) . As far as I'm concerned this shouldn't have been expired because you can still order the camera at a price £49 cheaper than amazon and much cheaper than jessops where it is £269 with the nikon cashback. Granted I should have put "available to order" instead of "in stock" but whoever expired it should be ashamed at themselves for being such a pr!ck



I have reported your post for abusive language and hopefully you will be banned. No need for that language and also trying to get around the swear filter is also against forum rules.

Original Poster

PJR;1941617

It also clearly states that the code is applicable to items ONLY marked … It also clearly states that the code is applicable to items ONLY marked as In Stock . This isn't so with this camera , so don't moan if they take the full cost from you as you knew what you were getting into . As for describing the expirer as a ***** , well it was expired as the terms of the code had made it so because it isn't in stock . I therefore think an apology is owed , don't you !


that is complete rubbish! on the digital-cameras.com website it actually says "15% off Any item in stock" ... as in meaning any item that they stock on their website. if this only applied to items that are currently marked as "in stock" then they would have been less ambiguous with the wording. also on the voucher there is nothing that says the items must be in stock. so no apology!

whoever expired this deal should have read the voucher terms more carefully and not leapt to conclusions at the expense of other users missing out on this great deal.

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Mods please remove this individual.

t_e_b;1941992

that is complete rubbish! on the digital-cameras.com website it actually … that is complete rubbish! on the digital-cameras.com website it actually says "15% off Any item in stock" ... as in meaning any item that they stock on their website. if this only applied to items that are currently marked as "in stock" then they would have been less ambiguous with the wording. also on the voucher there is nothing that says the items must be in stock. so no apology! whoever expired this deal should have read the voucher terms more carefully and not leapt to conclusions at the expense of other users missing out on this great deal.



If I were you I'd try to learn & understand the English language .

"15% off Any item marked as in stock"

It does not state anything that they stock , it is quite clear that it means any item that was In Stock at the time of ordering .
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