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Borders Inclusive Coupon Code

Posted on Monday, October 11th, 2010 at 7:18 am
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Great deals on books

Great deals on books

Jump on this deal. Usually I really look forward to the times when Borders issues their valuable 30 percent off coupon code. It is a good way to take advantage of a great deal to get those new books that are going to be “keepers” in our library. The only problem with the code is that it only applies to one item, and choosing one book at the bookstore for me is like trying to eat just one potato chip.

So I have to say that I am glad for the current Borders coupon code because it offers a discount across the board to all books.

Borders – 20% off all books.
Expires: 10/12/2010
Use Coupon Code: SEM1012B

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