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Eversave is helping everyone get a Christmas present knocked off their list early.  Today while supplies last you can get a Vivitar 12 megapixel camera kit for $69 with FREE shipping.  This isn’t even a voucher that you have to redeem, you just make the purchase and they ship it directly to you!

The Camera kit includes:

Vivitar T328 12.1 mega pixel camera (red)
Rechargeable battery
USB cable
4GB memory card
Camera case with carry strap
Mini tripod
Microfiber cloth
LCD cleaning fluid

You will save an additional $3 if this is your first Eversave purchase.  All new members get a $3 credit to use!

    • OOH! How long will this offer last?

    • Alyssadb

      It’s the same price with free shipping on amazon too

    • Tracyolivia

      This is a good deal, but please read the reviews on this model before purchasing.

    • Kikercasey

      This is not a great brand. I had one as my very first digital in college. The pics were really grainy. That was a few years ago but I don’t think they have changed that much.

    • Anonymous

      I bought my kids both Vivitar T027 cameras last year for Christmas.  Both cameras take terrible photos, although after going through all of the settings manually I was able to improve things a tiny bit.  Now the photos are just bad, not terrible.  Additionally, the time it takes from pushing the button until it actually takes the photo is SO long that they miss a lot of photo ops.  Had I not gotten such a great deal, they would have been returned.  My kids are only 6 and 9 and really wanted “real” cameras, so these fit the bill without breaking the bank.  It just depends on who/what you’re buying it for.