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Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Old 12-17-09, 11:24 AM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by diditagain
Is anyone having a problem using the 20% coupon codes that are valid from Dec. 17-19? I was unable to apply any of the 5 codes to any of the DVDs I wanted to buy (Robin Hood: Season 2, the Monty Python: Almost the Truth), and I didn't read anything in the "fine print" for the coupons that would disqualify those purchases. Maybe B&N haven't activated these codes yet?
Are you trying the coupons at the regular B&N web site? For some reason I noticed the 20% codes seem to work only through the bookstore links posted on the first page like military com and Visa, and not the regular B&N.com site. However most of the 15% codes will work at the bookstore links and B&N.com. I didn't see anything in the fine print on the 20% codes indicating there were restrictions of where they could be used. Apparently B&N forgot to add it.


Originally Posted by kraymond67
b7y4b4b was not activated
For some reason that coupon has not been activated and I have not added it to the active coupon list. I keep getting invalid code whenever I check it.
Old 12-17-09, 05:08 PM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by LASERMOVIES
Are you trying the coupons at the regular B&N web site? For some reason I noticed the 20% codes seem to work only through the bookstore links posted on the first page like military com and Visa, and not the regular B&N.com site.
When I use Bing, the 20% coupon won't work either.

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Old 12-17-09, 06:39 PM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by NoirFan
When I use Bing, the 20% coupon won't work either.
It does appear you could use most of the 15% coupons through Bing. However I marked all coupons on the first page I confirmed do not work through the regular B&N web site. I would assume it would also apply to all the cashback type of web sites like Bing as well.
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

E3M9W4K (20%) works with Bing now.
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Currently everyone can enjoy the members discount...that diminishes the value of mine. They should extend the length of paid memberships to make up for this.
Old 12-19-09, 11:11 AM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by NoirFan
E3M9W4K (20%) works with Bing now.
It appears today the remaining 20% coupons are working through the regular B&N web site. They should also work at Bing.
Old 12-19-09, 05:47 PM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

This would be a smoking hot deal if B&N had the correct list price. They currently have The National Parks - America's Best Idea on Blu-ray at 50% off, but they have it listed for $169. It should list for $129. I wonder if they will catch the error before the sale ends. It should be priced at around $65 before any additional discounts. Currently they have it at around $85.

http://video.barnesandnoble.com/DVD/...2128&inframe=y
Old 12-20-09, 09:56 AM
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[QUOTE=LASERMOVIES;9898593]This would be a smoking hot deal if B&N had the correct list price. They currently have The National Parks - America's Best Idea on Blu-ray at 50% off, but they have it listed for $169. It should list for $129. I wonder if they will catch the error before the sale ends. It should be priced at around $65 before any additional discounts. Currently they have it at around $85.

It's a little better if you buy it in store. The BN exclusive Blu-Ray is listed at $150 and the regular Blu-Ray is listed at $140 in store. I walked out with the BN BR for $57.38 before tax with member discount and 15% off coupon. I had it in my wishlist so could still search for stores that had it in stock. Good luck!
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

What's different about the BN Exclusive?
Old 12-20-09, 11:56 AM
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by pathman
It's a little better if you buy it in store. The BN exclusive Blu-Ray is listed at $150 and the regular Blu-Ray is listed at $140 in store. I walked out with the BN BR for $57.38 before tax with member discount and 15% off coupon. I had it in my wishlist so could still search for stores that had it in stock. Good luck!
Even with the inflated list if my estimate is correct you could get online for about $54 before taxes with a members discount, 20% coupon, and 12% Bing cashback. Still the best deal online for the blu but it should be better if B&N used the correct list.


Originally Posted by Kory
What's different about the BN Exclusive?
My guess is it comes with either a CD or book like this version you can get at the PBS video store.

http://www.shoppbs.org/product/index...ductId=3473256

When I searched earlier I didn't see the exclusive edition online but I just accidentally stumbled across it. Looks like it has a CD and a booklet.

http://video.barnesandnoble.com/DVD/...?cds2Pid=30436

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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by Kory
What's different about the BN Exclusive?
Includes the CD soundtrack and the book Passport To Your National Parks.
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Well, that was annoying. The 20% off coupons that our dear LM listed expired not at the odd Sunday 2.59AM EST timeframe, but the less common 11:59pm EST Sunday time. They were working in my cart then minutes ago, but not now.

I assumed when they worked this morning that I would have until 3am EST Monday to order, as has typically been the case with these coupons. Ah well.
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I'm glad I canceled my membership. It's not worth it.
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Originally Posted by beer me
I'm glad I canceled my membership. It's not worth it.
this year's offers have been comparatively poor - i became a member in 2007 - i don't like paying member fees, but with the 40% coupons they were offering on top of the regular membership discounts, you could make up the $25 in one purchase - still their shipping is fast and they do beat borders and amazon prices, but i don't think i can justify the $25 fee anymore
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Surprisingly few deals available the day after Christmas.....
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Yeah, I was hoping for some deals leading up to my final days of being a member. But I don't see that happening anymore... And I can state definitively I will NOT be renewing. I'll still regularly take advantage of their deals (when they actually have some) but I know it isn't worth $25 anymore. It was a big kick in the nuts this last month where non-members got the member price online. It made me feel like my membership wasn't worth anything... I'm more likely to get a AAA membership than a B&N membership....
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I won't be renewing either, but since my membership doesn't expire until next summer I'm hoping Laser will still keep the coupons on the first page updated regularly. I know if not for his consistency in this thread I'd have missed out on many deals at B&N.

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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

So, no % off in-store coupons at the moment?
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by flix1
So, no % off in-store coupons at the moment?
Apparently not. That's not surprising, considering "Christmas shopping season" ends December 24 and "gift card redemption season" starts December 26 (or December 25, for online observers of the season). Because the stores prefer you to redeem those gift cards without getting an additional discount, thankyouverymuch.
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Originally Posted by WhovianZorker
Apparently not. That's not surprising, considering "Christmas shopping season" ends December 24 and "gift card redemption season" starts December 26 (or December 25, for online observers of the season). Because the stores prefer you to redeem those gift cards without getting an additional discount, thankyouverymuch.
Good point. I'll be hanging onto my gift cards for awhile. Anyone with a good guess when we can expect some decent sales to heat up again?
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by GaryO
I won't be renewing either, but since my membership doesn't expire until next summer I'm hoping Laser will still keep the coupons on the first page updated regularly. I know if not for his consistency in this thread I'd have missed out on many deals at B&N.

Gary
Even though I currently do not have a membership I'll maintain the coupon list as long as there is interest in it by others. I'll probably still make some purchases at B&N since I have several gift certificates available.

Originally Posted by flix1
So, no % off in-store coupons at the moment?
Maybe there will be some next week. B&N set most of the coupons to expire before Christmas and didn't issue anything new.
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by flix1
So, no % off in-store coupons at the moment?
R9B9Y3P says you can use for one in-store purchase (15%)

i wasn't able to use this online - tried to order a book on clearance
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Originally Posted by LASERMOVIES
Even though I currently do not have a membership I'll maintain the coupon list as long as there is interest in it by others. I'll probably still make some purchases at B&N since I have several gift certificates available.
Thanks, Laser. I may not be renewing my membership, but I'll still purchase from bn.com when there are coupons to use. Combined with cashback and sales, they can still have some great deals. Just not enough for me to warrant paying $25/year...
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Re: Barnes And Noble Coupon Thread Part 2

Originally Posted by LASERMOVIES
Even though I currently do not have a membership I'll maintain the coupon list as long as there is interest in it by others. I'll probably still make some purchases at B&N since I have several gift certificates available.
Thanks Laser! Fwiw, I'll probably always stay a member and be interested.

As long as they have at least one $5/$5/$5 deal per year I'll make much more than $25 back. They always have at least one table/category at 50% off it seems.
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Yes LASERMOVIES, I have loved your constant updates of coupons and sales. Please keep this thread going. You saved me at least $60 the past couple months alone.

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