Instant Savings on iPads, Google Pixel Phones, and Zeiss Lens

Instant Savings on iPads, Google Pixel Phones, and Zeiss Lens

With the anticipated Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals rapidly approaching, saving on new gear purchases is something we have grown accustomed to associating with this time of year. Fortunately for you, there are savings that can can be taken advantage of right this minute! 

B&H Photo is offering iPads, Google Pixel phones, and the Zeiss Distagon T* 25mm lens all at discounted prices. If you've been toying with the idea of grabbing an iPad, then now would be an great time to grab one. Apple iPads are for sale with anywhere between $20 and $80 off the original price. Savings depends on which model of iPad you actually purchase.

You can also acquire the Google Pixel smartphone at some incredible discounts as well. All of the unlocked versions of the phone are available at discounts starting at $200 off all the way up to $650 off the original listed price. There are also several options for used models of these phones, which can be purchased on the website as well. Lastly, but far from least, the Zeiss Distagon T* 25mm f/2.0 ZE lens for Canon EF Mount is now on sale for a massive discount of $700 off the original price, bringing the total down to $999. As one who shoots with Zeiss lenses, all I can really say is that your money would have been worth it at the original price, but for a discount like this, it truly is an amazing bargain. If you've been eyeing any of these items, head on over and save yourself some money.

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Navi Retlav's picture

Please share some deals for the europe from time to time

Juan Alonso's picture

No one is saying Europe is a country. He is just asking for more deals for Europe which makes complete sense as it´s very common for European dealers to ship across the continent with reasonable shipping costs and sometimes more importantly: no import duties.

Tim Ericsson's picture

Is there some kind of union in Europe that regulates such trade matters? A European Union, perhaps?