Summer is a great time to stop by your local Barnes & Noble store and shop the sales. Or, you could visit their website and check out the sales from the comfort of your own home if you prefer. Here is a quick look at the many sales that Barnes & Noble has going on right now!
Barnes & Noble still has the Nook on sale. You can get the Nook HD for $129.00, or the Nook HD+ for $149.00. Buy one now and the shipping is free.
Looking for some Cheap Thrills? Check out the Barnes & Noble Summer Thrillers Sale. It includes hundreds of eligible titles of books that are from the Mystery, Horror, or Fiction/Thriller genres. Buy 1, Get a 2nd One at 50% Off. This deal is good from right now through July 22, 2013.
Graphics and Web Design Books are on sale right now. Buy 1 and get a 2nd One at 50% off. This sale lasts through July 31, 2013.
The Criterion Collection Sale has been extended through August 5, 2013. You can pick up any of the Blu-Ray and DVD movies in their selection for 50% off the original price.
The TV and DVD Season One Sale includes selections of the entire first season of a whole bunch of different TV shows. Each Season One box set is 50% off the original price.
Want some light reading to take with you on vacation? How about a magazine subscription? This deal is one you need to shop through the Barnes and Noble website. Enter the Coupon Code MAG20 at checkout. You will get an extra 20% off the price of a magazine subscription (if you pick one that is eligible for this deal). This offer is valid through August 17, 2013.
The Hobbit 75th Anniversary Black Canvas Tote is on sale for $12.95 right now.
Summer Totes are on sale for $9.95, when you purchase any item. They are available in 4 different designs (all of which include colorful stripes). This sale will end on September 1, 2013 (or while supplies last).
College students might want to check out their Used Textbooks Sale. Some are up to 90% off right now. Type the ISBN number into the search engine to see if Barnes & Noble has the book you need for class.
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