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B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by loporjai2003 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:11 am

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/Black-F ... 379003308/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

30% in store coupon 11/23 till 11/25

Add 10% member discount and ok deal is selection is good.
Buy 1 get 1 50% off educational toy, which is only a 25% discount so in store coupon is better.

We'll see if anything new pops up.

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by cupishalfempty » Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:32 am

Thank you for this! I knew they wouldn't do 50% again, but 30% will get me in the door!

Also there is still the Buy $75 gift card and get $10 free. That's an extra 13% off.

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by sadowsk1 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:31 am

How would it work out for buying one and getting one half off if you have a membership and a B&N credit card?

15% off the first set and 65% off the second in a buy one get one situation if I'm proposing the math correctly. Is that how anyone believes it to be interpreted then?

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by cupishalfempty » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:03 am

This is how I think it would work out. if it was 2 $100 sets, the first set would be $100 - 15% = $85. The second set would be $100 - 50% = $50. Then $50 - 15% = $43.50

Making $200 of product cost ($85 + $43.50) $128.50. Or an average of 35.75% off.

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Post by brickity » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:17 am

Anyone know if this will work online (Buy 1 get 1 50%)? Most of the Lego sets have a condition that says no coupons or promotional discounts. I imagine this is a promotional discount, so they might be excluded? Just wondering...

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by sadowsk1 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:42 am

cupishalfempty wrote:This is how I think it would work out. if it was 2 $100 sets, the first set would be $100 - 15% = $85. The second set would be $100 - 50% = $50. Then $50 - 15% = $43.50

Making $200 of product cost ($85 + $43.50) $128.50. Or an average of 35.75% off.
Thanks for the quick math, that's not so bad if you get two of the same set.

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Post by Claybricks » Wed Nov 21, 2012 6:34 pm

brickity wrote:Anyone know if this will work online (Buy 1 get 1 50%)? Most of the Lego sets have a condition that says no coupons or promotional discounts. I imagine this is a promotional discount, so they might be excluded? Just wondering...
No, it won't.

http://cart2.barnesandnoble.com/shop/pr ... pupclose=0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by thehotsung » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:12 am

cupishalfempty wrote:This is how I think it would work out. if it was 2 $100 sets, the first set would be $100 - 15% = $85. The second set would be $100 - 50% = $50. Then $50 - 15% = $43.50

Making $200 of product cost ($85 + $43.50) $128.50. Or an average of 35.75% off.
Are we talking about with the 75 dollars gift card added?

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by cupishalfempty » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:13 am

Just got back from Barnes and noble. The 30% off coupon stacks with the bogo50!

Buy two 100 dollar sets. First rings up at 30% off so $70 the second set ru vs up at 50% off so $50. . You get two 100 dollar sets for 120!!!

Typed this on my phone please excuse errors.

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by SEK527 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:18 pm

I was there today & you can't double the deals in my local store It's either 30% off one item or buy 1 at full price & get a second set @ 50% off. I used the coupon on the Vampire Castle & my husband used his coupon to get the Star Wars X Wing. I"ll print two more coupons & see if I can double the offers like you did.

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Post by kiiaal » Fri Nov 23, 2012 4:41 pm

I was able to stack all discounts/promos.

Using the 2 sets x $100 example, this is how it worked out with these 4 discounts/promos:
1. Buy $75 GC get free $10 GC. So $300 GCs will net you an extra $40. Free GC can only be used after 12/26
2. BOGO50%
3. 10% off with Membership
4. 30% off coupon

Set#1: $100-10%-30%=$63
Set#2: $100-10%-50%=$45
Total=$108 before tax
Pay with the GCs.
Net 46% off (assuming 2 sets of equal value) PLUS the free GCs to be used later.

Tried to find 2 Helms Deep but they were OOS. But needless to say, at 46% off, I just had to buy a lot of other sets. 2 sets per transaction. Luckily I printed 8 copies of the 30% off coupon.

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by ninjagoyo » Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:07 pm

I was able to double BOGO and 30%, but only in the most unfavorable interpretation (30 off one and 50 off the other of two identical items). Still, I got Technic sets for 40% off net, which is not a common deal since they are not carried by Target or Walmart.

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by intromission » Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:37 am

So I may go in and try to have them honor the 2nd set @ 50% OFF today with the receipt. We still haven't opened the 30% off set. I'm wondering how they figure out which set they apply the higher discount to. The set we'd get today would probably cost less than yesterdays, but what if it cost more etc?

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Re: B&N Black Friday 2012 Sale

Post by meyerc13 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:52 am

ninjagoyo wrote:I was able to double BOGO and 30%, but only in the most unfavorable interpretation (30 off one and 50 off the other of two identical items). Still, I got Technic sets for 40% off net, which is not a common deal since they are not carried by Target or Walmart.
Get them while you can. Apparently Technic is now exclusive to TRU in the US. I suspect the stock that B&N still has is left over from early this year before that happened.

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