Canon USA has started a new rebate program for select “L” lenses and Speedlites. Below are the list of lenses and Speedlites that qualify for the mail-in rebate program.
This program is set to expire on March 31, 2014 and is for USA residents only.
Visit B&H Photo for all the lens rebates
Below are the links to the rebate programs at B&H Photo.
EOS Rebates Here | Lens & Speedlite Rebates Here
Canon USA will start a new rebate program on April 14, 2013. Expect more lenses and camera bodies to be on the rebate program this time around. You can also expect big savings on the EOS 5D Mark III.
We’ll post links to the rebate program as soon as they go live around the web. Our price watch pages (at the top right) will also reflect the new pricing as it goes live.
EOS Rebate Program
EF & Speedlite Rebate Program
Canon USA Rebates
An instant rebate on Canon lenses and speedlites begins February 17, and runs until March 30th, 2013.
See all rebates at B&H Photo
Below are the most notable lenses with rebates. Rebate amount in brackets
See all rebates at B&H Photo
Browse our price watch pages:
Primes Lenses | Zoom Lenses | Macro Lenses | Tilt-Shift Lenses | Speedlites
Qualifying Products (Rebate in brackets)
Rebates run from Oct. 23, 2011 until Nov. 23, 2011.
Below each lens is linked to the corresponding B&H page.
This is an official statement from Canon USA CPS
We at Canon extend our heartfelt condolences to all those affected by the March 11 Japan earthquake, along with their families and loved ones. We pray for the safety of everyone in affected areas and hope that the region will soon complete the rebuilding and healing process.
Immediately following the earthquake, Canon Inc. launched recovery activities spanning development, production, and sales operations through a collective effort across the Canon group.
Currently, Canon USA has appropriate inventories of most service parts, and CPS repair operations are functioning normally. However, in the near future, certain camera and video service parts may become temporarily unavailable pending recovery efforts. If this occurs, it may be difficult to repair products within the standard CPS timeframes (for each member level). Additionally, loaner equipment may become unavailable as a result of increased demand.
Please accept our sincere apologies for this inconvenience and be assured that we will continue to use our best efforts to give your repairs our highest priority according to your membership level. In the event a repair cannot be completed in a timely manner due to lack of parts, we will work as necessary with affected members on an individual basis.
We will continue to evaluate our inventory and production situation and ask for your patience and understanding during this trying time. We at Canon truly value our relationship with you and we are working hard to minimize the impact of this disaster on our customers.
thanks Jeff and Rich