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Posted on Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 at 6:01 am
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Barnes & Noble is one of the top booksellers in the country. With their descent selection of books and other media, their success with the Nook e-reader and their very user friendly online store, Barnes & Nobel is a great place to find what you need.

One way to make shopping at Barnes & Noble even better is to take advantage of coupons. Coupons plus special deals and discounts can give you even more value for your money.

Their are two really easy ways to get Barnes & Noble coupons and to keep up on the available discounts and special deals. The first is to check for free coupon codes and printable coupons on books, movies, ebooks and magazines. FreeCoupons posts current Barnes & Noble coupons to the coupon database as they become available.

The second way to get Barnes & Noble coupons is to become a member. There is a membership fee of $25 a year that gives you special opportunities to save. Among the membership benefits, you can get free express shipping with no minimum purchase, 40% off hardcover bestsellers, 20 percent off all adult hardcovers and 10 percent off everything else. But the great part is that you get $50 in member coupons to use.

Even without a membership, you can get great savings. For example, if your order totals $25, you qualify for free shipping. You can also use those online coupons and coupon codes without having a Barnes & Noble membership.

Typical non membership coupons that become available include 5% on pre-orders and best sellers, 10% on magazine subscriptions and 30% on bestselling movies. Typical coupon link deals that often become available include the deal of the day (one greatly discounted item that changes daily), 80 percent off bargain books, Ebooks for less than $5, and membership pricing even for non members.

Another little known tip for shopping Barnes & Noble when using coupons is to pay attention to toy deals. While it isn’t toy store, you will often find clearance seasonal toys available for deep discounts. Combine this type of a deal with a percentage off any item or any purchase coupon, and you can save quite a lot of money on toys.

You might like to know how to save money on the Nook ereader. Right now, there continues to be a price war between the Nook and the Amazon Kindle. Take advantage of these deals to snap up a Nook at a great price. You can get more of a discount when you use a rebate site to get money back on your purchase.

Once you have your Nook, save on ebooks by downloading free ebooks, borrowing ebooks from your local library and sharing ebooks with friends.

To see all of the current and available Barnes & Noble coupons, click here.

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