Extremely Low Price on Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II

Extremely Low Price on Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II

The Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II has an instant rebate of $300 upon checkout and then has another mail-in rebate of $300! This drops the entire price to a whopping $1,899.00.

The Canon EF 7-200mm f2.8L IS II is flipping cheap at the moment! Head on over to B&H to hop on this offer. They're only running it for a limited amount of lenses so if you're interested you will need to act now. Again this is version two, not one. Come on people. You're not going to get that initial $300.00 rebate from anyone else but B&H. They are hooking you up! Just don't freak out, you'll see the initial $300.00 off only upon checkout. Adding it to your cart won't show it. That means you're walking away with this lens for $1,899.00! That is  SIX HUNDRED BUCKS OFF!



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Talk about poor timing. I bought this lens two weeks ago.

If you bought it new from B&H or Adorama you can call them within 30 days of purchase and they will credit you the $300 instant rebate, no questions asked. You are welcome..:)

Unfortunately for me, I bought it at a local shop for $2499.

Zach Sutton's picture

Still worth getting in touch with them....they should honor it if they're an authorized Canon dealer.

I thought this was a B&H discount, that extra $300 on top of the MIR?

Zach Sutton's picture

Even still. Price matching is just good customer service...

Confirmed! I took delivery of this lens from B&H yesterday, the day the sale was announced. I just got off the phone with their customer service and they are crediting the $300 back to me. Super easy.

The F/4 model is better for a lower price.....

Brendan James's picture

It's for a lower price, but not better.

Lenn Long's picture

I'm not seeing the discount. It says 2500 with a 300 mail in rebate.

If you start the check out, the price drops to $2,199. Then $300 for the mail in rebate :)

Buying this two weeks ago isn't usually a problem. Just call the seller and ask them to refund the difference. Most do this within 30 days. My problem is that I bought mine from B&H exactly 38 days ago. D'oh!

Man Canon is just beating Nikon up and down lately.

How so?

Well, let's see. The Df is getting a luke warm response at best. The D610 is a yawner and isn't fooling anybody - people know it's last year's camera with a bug fix at today's price. The dust issue with the D600 has continued to make Nikon the butt of photography jokes. Oh, and did you miss the story about how badly Nikon is doing lately financially?

And by the way, I'm a Nikon guy.

So what's Canon got to do with any of that?

I bought mine 2 weeks ago here in toronto, does that count. I got a 300 dollar mail in rebate. Would be nice to get another 300.

Did the price change back to 2499?

This just in, B&H also has the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM Lens (that's non IS) ALWAYS for $1449, which is $450 less then the rebated IS version. OH, and guess what! It has a rebate of $150 right now making it only $1299. Same lens minus one silly working part that's only something else to break and have to get fixed.

People want IS/VR . Really.

Kenn Tam's picture

Wow. When I bought this it was over $3k after taxes. Good deal. Great lens.

I bought this lens shortly after it came out, for nearly $2.4K. Even though it was expensive, I don't regret the investment. It is the fastest-focusing, sharpest zoom lens I have ever used.


This was going avg for $1900 to 2000 last year. No rebate. This is average deal. (not considering rewards/extras).

Canon marked it up to 2500 recently, don't get too excited for the "savings".