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Barnes & Noble $20 voucher for $10 — still available!

The $20 voucher to Barnes and Noble for only $10 is still available, in case you didn’t get a chance to purchase it last week.

Just head directly to this link to purchase your $20 Barnes and Noble Voucher for only $10. After purchasing, your voucher will show up under the “My Groupons” section of your account.

This voucher can be used both in-store and online. If you order online and pair it with some of their often amazing clearance deals, this could make for some incredible deals. Shipping is free on orders over $25. So you would essentially be spending $15 for $25 worth of books.

And if you only buy from their bargain books section — they have many books priced at $5 and lower — you’ll be getting a big bang for your buck!

Or, you can use the voucher in-store. Or even give it as a gift to a friend who loves books

This voucher expires April 10, 2011.

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  1. Wendi Sisson says

    I checked the fine print, and it’s good on magazines. I’m buying it hoping I can use it to get magazines that have $10 amazon codes! If that doesn’t work out, we’ll use the bargain books for gifts.

  2. n says

    Also, B&N has an educator program that includes homeschoolers. 20% off all regular price purchases for school purposes. You have to sign up in store. Even though it states “regular price” I think it just means they won’t take an additional 20% off an already % off purchase. I purchased books that were Buy 2, Get the 3rd free, they took the 20% educator discount off and applied the purchase to my Kids Club card!

  3. Rachel J. says

    I tried getting the Groupon for the Cleveland area, but it’s not there? I can purchase it from “another city” and use it in Cleveland?

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