You get a discount and the comfort of shopping from home on the craziest shopping day of the year, all while supporting your small independent bookshop (me). Win-win!
FamilyTree Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale
The link sends you to FamilyTree items on sale. Get an additional 15% off your entire order through Cyber Monday (Nov. 26) with coupon code THANKSFT.
|A few of my WD books|
Writer's Digest Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday Sale WritersDigest
(Did you notice, there's a NaNoWriMo menu at the top of the page?)
Get 15% off your entire order (whether it's from the sale page or other items) through Cyber Monday (Nov. 26) with coupon code THANKSWD.
Barnes and Noble: (ANY book - see update below)
OK, here's the exception to the "comfort of home" — you get the coupon here, then actually go to a Barnes and Noble on Black Friday to buy a SimpleTouch™for $59. But it's a great deal and you get to hang out in a book store.
NOOK® Black Friday Offer - $40 Off NOOK Simple Touch™ at your Local BN Store! Hurry, while supplies last!
Last minute update: Even if you're not interested in an eReader, click the link, then click to learn more about the coupon. Scroll down and you'll see a coupon for 30% off any one item — book, DVD, Angry Birds board game (highly recommended by my nephew)...
If you miss Friday's deal or if you just didn't want to leave home, try this one:
NOOK® Cyber Monday Deal – Get Free $20BN Gift Card when you buy a select NOOK®! Online only, hurry while supplies last!
I don't have an eReader, but this is really tempting. I've downloaded several historical eBooks lately (see my Irish History page), including the Annals of Westmeath, but I don't like reading on the computer.
Do you like offers like this and the DNA genealogy sale I posted last week? Would you like to get them by e-mail? Or would you prefer offers to sit politely in the sidebar with no mention in posts? I'd appreciate any feedback in the comments.