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Fujifilm Educational Pricing thru B&H

Discussion in 'Where to Buy — Deals — Heads Up' started by robert, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. robert

    robert Administrator Staff Member

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    Eligibility Requirements
    • ✓ You must be a U.S.A. based educator or student in an accredited collegiate-level institution, in relevant programs.
    • ✓ (High School Educators of approved programs are also eligible).
    • ✓ A valid school issued ID.
    • ✓ Your current curriculum, class schedule or transcript.
    • ✓ Purchase to a US shipping address.
    Once approved as a member of B&H's EDU Advantage, you will be eligible to make purchases through their Please login or register to view links

    examples of current discounts:

    23/2 - $100
    27/2.8, 35/1.4, 60/2.4, - $200
    23/1.4, 56/1.2- $250
    14/2.8, 16/1.4, 50-140, 100-400 - $300
    56 APD - $400
     
  2. George Komiotis

    George Komiotis AKA Photogeo180

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    Hmmmm, nice prices!
    I see many GAS sufferers going back to school.......:D
     
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    mikegee Premium Member

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    I'm in the 3rd grade does that count?
     
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  4. ojporqpojrewpo

    ojporqpojrewpo Premium Member

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    As long as you behave like a third grader you are fine!
     
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    Darn, I'm a college educator but not in "imaging or audio fields of study".
    So close - so close and yet so far...
     
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    That should not matter.
     
  7. ChiDN

    ChiDN Fujiholic Cub Fan

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    I work in University Administration and the way I read you should qualify but I don't. I get a great deal on LR extended to me as an employee but I can't qualify for this. I think you can if you read it closely.
     
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    It does say imaging or audio fields of study. It's not clear what programs/majors are included.
     
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    You must teach or take a class in a relevant course - B&H would judge whether you qualify (typically takes 24 hrs).

    From the link below:

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    All Eligibility Requirements must be met to register
    • You must be a U.S.A. based educator or student in an accredited photography, film, video, animation, graphic design, audio, new media at a collegiate-level institution (High School Educators of approved programs are also eligible).
    • A copy of your current and valid school or government issued ID.
    • A copy of your current curriculum, class schedule, transcript, or any proof of enrollment.
    • Purchase to a US shipping address.

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    What's their motivation? See below - it's to generate sales (with starving students as main customers)
    • Why should I sign up?

      For Students: When you sign up you become eligible for all student discounts. You are also able to view your school Class Supply List* and purchase the items you need directly from our website. Plus you will enjoy our selection of over 190,000 products, and our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff, which makes B&H not only "The Professional's Source" but "The Student Source" as well.
      *Your teacher can create your Class Supply List by registering on our website as an educator.

      For Teachers: Easily create Class Supply Lists with our easy to use Class Supply List tool. You can share this list with your students for them to make quick purchases from our B&H website.
     
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  10. themacguy

    themacguy New Member

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    I signed up at the link; provided a copy of my pay stub and a scan of my faculty ID. I'm in IT, not necessarily a "related field" (unless you look at the devices as the high-tech items they are). This is Saturday (as I write this) so probably won't hear back from them until after sundown. I'll post the results.
     
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    Fuji X-T2 is on sale at Amazon now.
     
  12. Versego

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    so would the 23mm f2 be 250$?
     
  13. robert

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    No. $100 off retail.
     
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    There is a Fuji EDU program as well and it offers some great discounts, having said that I was about to purchase a XT/20 as a back up to my Xpro2 and my dealer had a "Fuji Demo day" event that offered a one time discount that was better than the EDU discount.
     

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