Barnes & Noble is having not one, not two, but 8 “Huge Holiday Sales”! Now is a great time to shop for gifts for the readers in your family. There’s sales on books, toys, Christmas cards, and gift items.
Sale number 1: Buy 2 Toys & Games, Get the 3rd Free
Choose from a total of 2,513 toys and games. When you purchase 3 or more eligible toys and games you will get the one that is the least expensive for free. This offer is valid through December 17, 2012. The website might have more choices than your local Barnes & Noble store will.
Sale number 2: 50% off Bibles
Choose from a selection of 335 Bibles. There are study Bibles, as well as different versions of the Bible included in the sale. Also included is The Brick Bible: The New Testament. Quantities are limited.
Sale number 3: Holiday Gourmet Gifts are up to 30%
This sale includes tea cups, tea brewing gift sets, trivets, and gift baskets that are stuffed with Alder Creek Gourmet items. There is a Godiva 36 piece holiday truffle and chocolate box that is part of this sale.
Sale number 4: Holiday Tote for $9.95 Buy any three items in the store, and you can pick up one of their new Holiday Totes for just $9.95. If you came in and only bought the tote, it would cost $24.95. This offer ends on December 26, 2012.
Sale number 5: Nook Simple Touch is on sale for $79.95.
To get this price, you must buy it from the Barnes & Noble website. The power adapter is not included. Add one for $4.97.
Sale number 6: Paperback Non-Fiction sale
Buy 1 of the paperbacks from a specific selection, get the second one you by (from the same selection) for 50% off. This sale is only being offered through BN.com, (and not in their stores). The sale will last until December 17, 2012, (or “while supplies last”).
Sale number 7: Boxed Holiday Cards
Most, if not all, of their boxed holiday cards are 30% off right now. There are 209 kinds of boxed cards to choose from.
Sale number 8: Melissa & Doug
Pick up toys from the Melissa & Doug collection for 25% off the regular price. You might want to browse the website for this sale, instead of going to a store. The website might have a wider selection of available items to choose from.
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