Here’s a bundle from Canon that will save you . . . . a bundle!  If you’re looking for an entire new photo system, look no farther! Get a Canon Rebel 18 megapixel camera with HD Movie mode, a 40mm lens, a Canon photo printer, 50 sheets of glossy photo paper and two Adobe photo software programs for only $686.95 after $400 rebate! Total retail value is $1748.96! The camera body alone (without the lens) retails for $799!

  1. Visit Adorama.com to view the Canon EOS REBEL t4i.
  2. Then, click “Save up to $111.00 with bundle.
  3. Scroll down to the fourth option– the bundle beginning with the 40mm lens.
  4. Select item and add to cart.

Look how much you’ll save!

Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, retail $149.99
Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, Amazon $82.87
Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10, Adorama $99.95

Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer, retail $499.99
Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer, Amazon $349.00
Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II Inkjet Photo Printer, Adorama $338.00

Canon Photo Paper Plus, Semi-Gloss, 50 sheets, retail $99.99
Canon Photo Paper Plus, Semi-Gloss, 50 sheets, Amazon $49.00
Canon Photo Paper Plus, Semi-Gloss, 50 sheets, Adorama $79.00

Canon 40mm EF f/2.8 STM Lens, retail $199.99
Canon 40mm EF f/2.8 STM Lens, Amazon $199.99
Canon 40mm EF f/2.8 STM Lens, Adorama $199.99

Canon EOS REBEL t4i 18.0 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 3-inch Touchscreen and Full HD Movie Mode, retail $799.00
Canon EOS REBEL t4i 18.0 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 3-inch Touchscreen and Full HD Movie Mode, Amazon $739.00
Canon EOS REBEL t4i 18.0 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 3-inch Touchscreen and Full HD Movie Mode, Adorama $739.00

Total retail cost: $1748.96
Total Amazon cost: $1418.87
Total Adorama cost: $1086.95
After rebate pay only: $686.95 

Here’s my cart! Keep in mind, you’ll pay $1086.95.  Shipping is free. Then, submit this $400 rebate form to bring your total cost down to $686.95!


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10 thoughts on “Canon Rebel with HD Movie, Lens, Printer and Photoshop, All for $686.95!”

  1. Emileigh332 says:

    Is this still available? I am trying to purchase this bundle but don’t see the save up to $111 with bundle.

  2. Valery says:

    I just want to caution anyone paying by credit card. My first attempt to order this I selected the option to pay by credit card and at the bottom my subtotal was $1086.95 + $0 shipping + $0 taxes, but the total came to $1,454.95!!!! Somehow I was going to be charged an additional $300+. I did not cancel that order, I simply changed my method of payment to paypal. Via paypal my order came to $1086.95 + $0 shipping + $0 taxes = $1086.95. Moral of the story is be careful if using credit card as your form of payment!

  3. This is likely a dumb question but is the rebate submitted after the items arrive? Thanks.

    And the rebate I see says it is for $300…Thanks!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Do I have to have and American Express Credit Card in order for the rebate to work?

  5. Jessica says:

    Is there a time limit or expiration date for this offer?

  6. disney427 says:

    I was confused at first too by the $500 rebate vs. the $400 rebate but noticed that in order to get the $500 you need to purchase the Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Mark ll Photo Printer. With the $400 rebate you need to purchase the Canon PIXMA Pro9000 which is the printer offered with the bundle package deal listed above.

  7. dove1985 says:

    Question: When I click on the link for the $400 rebate form, I see two forms. Both forms seem exactly the same except the first one says I can receive a $500 rebate with purchase of the printer and camera and the second form says I can receive a $400 rebate for the same exact purchase. I’m not sure if I’m missing something in the fine print here, but what’s the difference between these two rebate forms? Is there a reason why the $400 rebate form is promoted here and not the $500 rebate form? Please clarify. Thanks!

    • rach says:

      i think the form should read “and” instead of “or” because you need to buy the specific printer for that form as well as the camera. If you look in the checklist for each camera rebate, it states that you must include the UPC of the specific printer when you claim the $500 or $400 rebate. HTH.

    • Anonymous says:

      The rebate is associated with what printer you buy. We’re buying the Canon PIXMA Pro9000 as part of the bundle package, so we qualify for the $400 rebate, not the $500 rebate. Sorry for the confusion!