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Old 02-28-2013, 12:45 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by TallMomof2 View Post
Maybe it's just the books I looked at that were full retail. Yes, there were sale books but my son spent almost $200 on our last trip and none were less than retail. He wasn't interested in NYT bestsellers or the latest teen paranormal book as those were about the only discounted items that I recall seeing. There were tables full of books that were nicely displayed but were full price.

I hate to see all bookstores close so I hope that B&N can pull it together.
My experience in the physical stores was the same. Special areas with varying discounts. 30% off NYT bestsellers. Everything else full retail. If you bought a membership they gave a 10% discount off all books. Other than that the only discounts were online.

You might want to consider a membership. I think it costs $25. You would have saved around $20. One more similar trip and you'd be $15 ahead. I don't think they give discounts for online orders but do give free express shipping.


On an unrelated note:

My question is if the price is right and he does make his bid...will he also let Californ-eye-ay know why they call him a cowboy?
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