I know buying books at a brick-and-mortar store like Barnes & Noble has become passé in recent years, due primarily (solely?) to the dominance of Amazon. But hear me out. The fact that no one goes to B&N in 2016 means they are hemorrhaging money, and many of their books are already heavily discounted. It might actually be cheaper to get a book at barnesandnoble.com than at rival Amazon.
But even if you are a dyed-in-the-wool Amazon Prime subscriber, you have a great reason purchase some books at Barnes and Noble this weekend. With the code HARVEST15, all items at Barnes and Noble online are an additional 15 percent off.
Also, the featured image on Barnes and Noble’s site right now is “This Season’s Best History Books,” so even if you don’t have any intention of making a purchase, it is always good to stay up to date with the latest and greatest.
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