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    Default B&N 20% coupon


    I received an email from B&N this morning. It stated how it knew I was a Borders member and something about holiday shopping. Now I never received the 20% coupon other prior Borders' members received on this site during the Criterion sale about a month back. So did you guys also receive this coupon which I got this morning?

    Now to figure out what to put it towards.
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    I told you the last time, you weren't special!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cliffeman View Post
    I told you the last time, you weren't special!
    BASTARD!

    Why couldn't they give me this coupon during that Criterion sale!!!!!?
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    I used mine on the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy Extended Editions. $35.99 plus shipping is way better than what it is in Canada.
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    i got a 25% off coupon, can I use it for pre-orders?
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    Usually it doesn't work on pre-orders. I've tried to get Game of Thrones and no dice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston007 View Post
    BASTARD!

    Why couldn't they give me this coupon during that Criterion sale!!!!!?

    Not to mention they had the 30% one during that time. It was a one time use since it had a unique code. (Sorry, didn't mean to throw more salt on the wound)


    Quote Originally Posted by Landy View Post
    I used mine on the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy Extended Editions. $35.99 plus shipping is way better than what it is in Canada.
    That was exactly what I used mine on too!
    People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint. It's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... timey wimey... stuff.

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