06-19-2010 01:46 AM
I was pleasantly surprised to find that when I tried out the "More in Store" feature on my Nook at my local B&N that there was a coupon for 10% off the purchase I made that day (of a physical book, not an ebook). Is there a way to know what the more in store promotions are each week without going to the local B&N? The 10% off coupon only showed up while I was in the store, not when I was at home obviously.
Also, my local store only had the coupons for week three for the free ebook, not week 5. Are all stores on the same schedule with those free ebooks? Is there a schedule for them listed somewhere too?
06-19-2010 02:02 AM
06-19-2010 02:49 AM
The "More in Store" coupons change monthly, I never know what they are until I get to the store, though to be honest, with my store a 2 minute walk from my home, I don't try very hard to find out in advance.
The free eBook voucher promotion ends this week, the vouchers are supposed to be given out (supplies are limited though!) through the 20th. All the stores have the same schedule but one might be out while another still has a supply. Many have reported success calling customer service for a code if their particular store had run out, you might try that.
06-19-2010 09:49 AM - edited 06-19-2010 10:54 AM
The Unbound Blog, including Free Friday announcements, also appears in The Daily on your NOOK.
The coupon promotion is winding down. All five weeks of coupons have been issued. Stores can continue to hand out any remaining coupons they have left through the 20th. The books were:
Week 4: Home Safe
If you click on the "nook" button at the top of this page, you'll get to B&N's "nook Central". There's lots of useful information for those of us who have NOOKs mixed in there along with the sales stuff. If you click the "Features" link you'll see More In Store listed there, and if you click the "Blog" link it'll take you to the Unbound Blog.
The Inkmesh search engine provides Twitter and Facebook feeds of the very latest freebies from B&N, Sony, and (of no use to us) Amazon:
The AddAll search engine provides RSS feeds of the latest freebies: