It’s still too early for us to know the Black Friday deals coming this year on Nikon DSLR cameras this year but you can scroll down the page to see the details from last year to get an idea of what’s likely to come (we’re expecting to see similar offers return). We’ll be posting all the ads we come across from all the top retailers beginning in early November. Be sure to check back for the latest updates or simply join our newsletter and we’ll let you know the moment news is announced.
Last Year’s Black Friday Deals
Last updated on Tuesday November 19, 2019: We are once again tracking this year’s best Black Friday deals on Nikon cameras. As Black Friday ads get leaked from stores like Kohl’s, Best Buy, Costco, Target and other retailers, we pull out the deals and post them here for you in one place. We will be updating this page from now through Thanksgiving weekend so be sure to bookmark us and check back often for the latest news.
Here are the Nikon Black Friday deals for 2019 that we have already confirmed:
You’ll find the Nikon D3500 DSLR bundle on sale for $399.99 in Target’s Black Friday 2019 ad this year. The bundle comes with the camera, 18-55mm lens, 70-300mm zoom lens and bag. It’s regularly priced at $849.99, saving you $450! Shop the sale at target.com or in-stores starting Thursday, November 28, 2019. All stores open at 5:00PM on Thanksgiving day. Everything is available while supplies last.
You’ll see two Nikon DSLR’s advertised in Best Buy’s Black Friday ad this year. One is of the Nikon D7500 DSLR on sale for $899.99 (normally $1499.99, that’s a savings of $600). It comes with 2 lenses, 18-55mm and 70-300mm. The other is for the Nikon D750 DSLR Camera (Body Only) on sale for $999.99 (normally $1699.99, that’s a savings of $700). Shop the sale starting on Thanksgiving day (Thursday November 28, 2019) at bestbuy.com. Stores open at 5:00PM on Thanksgiving day. Everything is available while supplies last.
You’ll find a number of deals at Amazon’s Black Friday sale this year. Whichever Nikon camera bundle you decide on, it’s worth comparing the sale prices to those available right now at Amazon.
The Nikon D3500 DSLR camera bundle is on the 5th page of Sam’s Club Black Friday ad (see below for details). It’s sale priced for $399.98 which is $150 off their list price of $549.98. Shop the sale online at samsclub.com starting on Thanksgiving day, November 28, 2019 (free shipping is included). In select stores the sale begins at 7:00AM on Black Friday, November 29, 2019.
You’ll find several DSLR camera bundles on sale at BJ’s Wholesale Club (see page 46 of their Black Friday ad). That includes two different Nikon DSLR bundles, the D5600 and D3500. See the details posted below.
Shop the sale at bjs.com starting on November 22, 2019. All “doorbuster” labeled items are available from Thursday November 28, 2019. Stores are closed on Thanksgiving day — They’ll be open at 7:00AM on Black Friday.
- On page 4 of Costco’s Black Friday ad this year you’ll find the Nikon D3500 DSLR Camera 2 Lens Bundle with extended 2-year warranty on sale for $399.99. That’s $100 off the regular warehouse store price. It will be available online-only starting on Thanksgiving day, November 28, 2019. There is a limit of three per customer.
Two Nikon camera bundles are featured on the 13th page of Navy Exchange’s Black Friday 2019 ad (see below for details). Shop the deals on their site starting Thursday, Thanksgiving day (Nov. 28, 2019). Stores are closed on Thanksgiving day itself but most locations open bright and early at 5:00AM on Friday. Offer ends on Saturday or while supplies last. As always, everything you buy at NEX is tax free. Just remember that only active military personnel can shop there!
Nikon Retail Stores
You’ll be able to save up to $650 on select NIKKOR lenses prices after instant savings when during Nikon’s Early Access Black Friday sale. Offers valid November 19-27, 2019 at Nikon retail store. See the terms posted int he ad below for complete details.
What new Nikon camera is on your Black Friday/Cyber Monday wish list this year? Let us know in the comments below.