Jessops - how to spot the reduced lenses

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Found 14th Sep 2009
Right, there have been a few threads recently for reduced lenses at Jessops. Here's the easy way to spot them all. It seems that Jessops website sorts by the original price, rather than the reduced price.

So, we view all lenses, sort by lowest price to highest price, and then see what we can spot that is out of sync with the rest.

An example is the Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DG Macro (Canon AF) for £89. The lenses either side of it are £149, and Camera Price Buster confirms that this is normally the price for this lens. Bargain! Had a quick look through, and there are examples all the way through the price range, up ones for £699 in the £1,350 range (if you have that much to spend).

Add all the ones you want to look for into your basket, then check stock in different areas. You're not going to find everything you're after, but you should find a few. Good luck!

If anyone finds this one in stock, I'm calling dibs!…tml…143

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