10 Replies Latest reply on Jul 21, 2013 7:11 AM by sygram

    Nook Books BOGO

    MusicmanGG

      I just came back from my local B&N and there iz an in store deal where you buy one nook book and get one free - select nook books only.  They are going to have these deals every weekend - in store only 

        • Re: Nook Books BOGO
          whiteginger

          I saw that same deal and am headed to my B&N. The "fine print" simply says:  . . . choose which NOOK Book you would like to purchase and which NOOK book you would like to get FREE. It does not say the usual about getting "one of equal or lesser value" for free; as a matter of fact, the prices are not even shown on the print out of the list of 20 select titles (Prices are, however, shown on the online listing).  

          • Re: Nook Books BOGO

            How does one know what books are available each week?  I would like to research them before I go to B&N.

            • Re: Nook Books BOGO

              I am also frustrated at having to go into the store every weekend to see what books are offered.  I live quite a distance from our closest Barnes and Noble and that is why I purchased the Nook.  Our entire family each have their own.  I bought it because of the convenience and now I find that I have to go into the store, which is quite a while away and hope that have a book that I would purchase.  They have it so you can't see the list so that if you find one that you would purchase I would then drive in.  I am extremely frustrated and disappointed that they don't make it easy on us, those that have made the purchase of the Nook.

               

              Very disappointed on the Nook Support.  Forcing one to go into the store in hope that the book you want in on the list.  Barnes and Noble should consider those who live a distance from their store, but chose the Nook over the e-reader.  Wouldn't spend the money for the Nook, knowing the difficulty that it takes to get a book.

                • Re: Nook Books BOGO
                  keriflur

                  Kristi44 wrote:

                  I am also frustrated at having to go into the store every weekend to see what books are offered.  I live quite a distance from our closest Barnes and Noble and that is why I purchased the Nook.  Our entire family each have their own.  I bought it because of the convenience and now I find that I have to go into the store, which is quite a while away and hope that have a book that I would purchase.  They have it so you can't see the list so that if you find one that you would purchase I would then drive in.  I am extremely frustrated and disappointed that they don't make it easy on us, those that have made the purchase of the Nook.

                   

                  Very disappointed on the Nook Support.  Forcing one to go into the store in hope that the book you want in on the list.  Barnes and Noble should consider those who live a distance from their store, but chose the Nook over the e-reader.  Wouldn't spend the money for the Nook, knowing the difficulty that it takes to get a book.


                  You don't have to go into the store to find out what books are on BOGO - MG posted this link just a few posts above this one.

                   

                  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/nook-barnes-and-noble-ebook-gift-offer/379003852

                   

                  Maybe you could have read the thread before posting your rant?

                    • Re: Nook Books BOGO
                      sygram

                      I'm really not understanding that rant.

                      Their Nooks work as advertised without ever having to go into a brick and mortar B&N.  There are also many, many places where you can get free ebooks online.

                      Is the complaint that B&N is trying to drive some traffic into their brick and mortar stores with the Nooks?