Free XQD Memory Card Through B&H on Nikon Z6 And Z7 Purchases

Free XQD Memory Card Through B&H on Nikon Z6 And Z7 Purchases

Do you like free stuff when you make a new purchase, especially stuff that you might be purchasing anyway? If you're buying either the Nikon Z6 or Z7 through B&H, you'll also receiving a free XQD memory card (and camera bag) to go with it.

B&H is now offering a free XQD memory card (and camera bag) for folks buying the Nikon Z6 or Z7. This is noteworthy, as many of us don't have piles of XQD cards like we do SD cards lying around. Furthermore, the XQD cards are significantly more expensive than standard memory cards, so this is actually a pretty great item to be included with your purchase. A XQD card runs something like $150-$200, so this is stellar to be getting for free. 

When information regarding the Z series was first released, a lot of people were griping (somewhat fairly) about the choice to switch to XQD and to only include one card slot. At this point, I think it's safe to say get over it. If Nikon mirrorless is something that you've thought about or would like to take a look at, now is a great time to do so. There are solid trade-in deals being offered, you now get the FTZ adapter included for free, and B&H will include a free XQD card for you. Watch review videos, read up on the Z series, check out the deals, and decide if the Z6 or Z7 might be the right camera for you.

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4 Comments

Rob Mitchell's picture

Was like that here in Belgium from day 1. My Z7 came with a 'free' card in the box.

Tony Tumminello's picture

Interesting, sounds like they're really trying to sweeten the pot to get those cameras moving off shelves. At this point it's the camera, card, bag, and adapter.

"There are solid trade-in deals being offered, you now get the FTZ adapter included for free, and B&H will include a free XQD card for you."
From the website, it doesn't look like you can double-dip. If you select "with accessories kit" the trade-in offer disappears. Also, as of now, the trade-in expires in 9 days.

Eric Salas's picture

More evidence that these cameras didn’t hit the mark with the consumers.
Next month they’ll be giving away discounts to the next gen if you buy this one...

BUT WAIT THERES MORE!