1. Coupons and Discounts
There are numerous websites out there that are committed to keeping track of special coupons. On any given day you should be able to find at least one coupon or discount that can be used to purchase a digital camera. Observe the sites for a week or so to get an idea of the kind of deals and coupons that come about. When you notice one that applies to the digital camera you want (or a similar model), grab it !!!
One of the famous :: http://bensbargains.net/
2. Employee Discounts
You may be able to get the same discount that your company does if you work for a company that buys computers or electronic appliances on a regular basis. Talk or be friend to the person in charge of purchasing the company’s computers (usually purchasing officer) and ask if he or she can get some discount from the vendor.
3. Buy Online
“Buy Online Get 5% Discount”, we often see that message when visit some online store. But, very carefull, they do give you 5% off on other hand the handling and shipping fee is expensive. So, try find an online store with free shipping and give some discount for buying online. Many new online store give discount. (An attractive way to promote their site).
4. Close-out Sales, Liquidation
Keep your eyes peeled for close-out, fire, and liquidation sales. Camera technology is changing at a fast pace, many lines are discontinued to make room for newer inventory with the latest technology. Many of these close-out sales will offer great laptops at reduced prices.
5.Don’t Forget To Haggle
If you’re buying a camera from your local dealer, don’t always take the sticker price as gospel. Ask for a special deal, you may be pleasantly surprised at the savings. This works best with independent dealers who can offer you a special deal. If you’re a regular customer, the better the deal you should demand!
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