Claim Up to $600 Prepaid GiftCard with Purchase of Selected Sony Cameras & Lenses @ Selected Retailers


Sony has launched their cashback offer for July 2020 with up to $600 cashback via gift card until July 31.

Available with selected cameras and lenses from approved retailers including Sony online and the Sony kiosks where you normally get the gift card on the spot with purchase.

Some good inclusions including the a7R IV and the a7 III full frame cameras along with the FE 16-35mm G Master and the a6600 APS-C camera.

Sony Australia BONUS Gift Card Promotion - July 2020

Buy a selected camera or lens from a participating retailer between the 1st and 31st of July 2020 and receive your choice of a Digital Prepaid Mastercard or an eftpos Gift Card valued at up to $600 via online redemption. Terms and conditions apply.

How many products can I claim?

Multiple claims are permitted; however each claimant and/or household will be limited to claim up to a maximum of 10 total products as outlined below:
up to two (2) eligible Handycam products in total;
up to two (2) eligible Action Camera products in total;
up to two (2) eligible Cyber-shot products in total;
up to two (2) eligible Lens products in total: and
up to two (2) eligible ILC camera bodies in total

Only one (1) valid claim is permitted per Eligible Product purchased (i.e. per product serial number and/or store invoice issued) and a valid proof of purchase must accompany each Eligible Product.

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  • Good to see this back. Now here's hoping Fujifilm would do cashback offers again too!

  • Haven't seen a good price on the a7riv in a while, seems to have trended upwards.

  • For those that have access to Sony EPP store, you can get Sony A7R IV 35mm for 4,759.32. It also show that you can claim bonus $600 dollar gift card with purchase. I guess that would put it at $4,159.32 (if you plan to use all that gift card). That's a really good price for this camera.

    There are other lenses with cash back on there too. I think it is a great deal but the problem is you need to have access to its EPP website.

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