Originally Posted by vacooley
OK, so now I have a great new Nook. I go to buy books only to find out that:
a. I can get the REAL book (including shipping) for less.
b. I can get the "Kindle Edition" from Amazon for over $5 less than the "Nook Edition".
Unfortunately, this is not an isolated situation.
The obvious question to ask is "Why did you buy a nook if you felt that books for it were too expensive?"