Canon offers an extra 15% off refurb cameras, lenses, accessories and more: T6 EOS DSLR w/ 18-55mm lens $306 (Orig. $549)

Canon has launched its St. Patrick’s Day Sale, taking an additional 15% off already reduced refurbished prices when promo code POTATOES is applied during checkout. Free shipping is available on orders of $100 or more. Canon products include a full warranty and go through a rigorous refurbishment process.

The standout deal here is Canon’s T6 EOS Rebel DSLR with 18-55mm lens kit for $305.99 shipped when the above promo code is applied. For comparison, it has a list price of $549 and it usually goes for around $450 in new condition at retailers like Amazon. Today’s is $84 less than our previous mention and the best offer currently available from a trusted retailer. Features include a 18MP sensor, 100-6400 ISO, nine-point AF system and full 1080p HD video. Rated 4.6/5 stars by 172 Amazon customers.

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The camera with the quality your photos deserve, the EOS Rebel T6 can be ideal for smartphone or digital point-and-shoot camera users looking to step up their imaging game. It’s equipped with an 18.0 Megapixel CMOS image sensor and the DIGIC 4+ Image Processor for highly detailed, vibrant photos and videos even in low light. Whether you’re out on an adventure hike or snapping candids of your friends during a late night out, the EOS Rebel T6 can help you take photos you’ll want to show off. Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity make it easy to get your favorite pictures up on select social media sites for your friends, family and the world to see. If you’re new to DSLRs, Scene Intelligent Auto mode can conveniently and automatically adjust the camera’s settings to suit your subject. Easy to use and simple to share with, the EOS Rebel T6 delivers high image quality that’s sure to catch the audience’s eye.

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