Free Digital Camera and Computer Software!

This deal is only good for the rest of today and tomorrow (June 1st) so get it while you can!  Office Depot is offering a free digital camera with a $100 order.  They are offering many free after rebate products that you can use to get to the necessary $100.  Plus, use Ebates to get money back on your pre-rebate amount spent!!!!  The camera is an 8 mb (oops – 8 mb, not 8 mp!) and it also takes video.  This is the ultimate “money maker” deal that can also help fill your gift box.  Here is how you can run it:

STEP ONE: Set up an account with Ebates and search for Office Depot.  Use that link to enter Office depot.

STEP TWO:  Add whichever of the following products you want (make sure your order totals $100 or more). Search for the item number and the product will come right up:

  • Norton Internet Security – Item #366282 – $89.99 – $70 rebate here and $20 rebate here (this one is for current owners)
  • Copy DVD Gold – Item #130356 – $39.99 – $40 rebate here  
  • Print Shop 2.0 – Item #224217 – $19.99 – $20 Rebate here 
  • CheckIt Registry Cleaner – Item #224946 – $29.99 – $30 Rebate here 
  • HGTV Instant Makeover – Item #851229 – $29.99 – $30 Rebate here

STEP THREE: Add the digital camera item #997794 to your order and checkout using coupon code 975141708.


STEP FOUR: Print out your rebates and fill them out.  You will need the UPC’s from the boxes and a copy of the receipt before you send them, but if you get them ready now then it will only take you a few minutes to get them sent out later.

If you get all of the software than you will end up with the 5 computer software packages and a digital camera for $209.95.  You will get $210 back via snail mail rebates and $9.20 from Ebates. 

They pay you $9.25 to take all of it!  Thanks to Carrie from Pocket your Dollars for emailing me about the free after rebate items.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Robyn June 1, 2010 at 3:29 am

Actually, its a 1.3 MP camera with 8mb of internal memory.

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2 LittlePeopleWealth June 1, 2010 at 3:34 am

Oops! I glanced through and saw the 8 mb and thought it was an 8 mp 🙁 I'll change the post.

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3 jennifer June 1, 2010 at 1:28 pm

yeah, sad day. most cellphone cameras would take better quality pics. 🙁 thanks for the info though. i've signed up for ebates!! 🙂

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