16GB model sold out online. None available at my local stores.
You snooze, you lose I guess.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 12:59p
Got the Nook Color in NYC. They have the 16gb Nook Tablet. $25 coupon won't scan for either so the store manager said he'll do an override but only for the 8GB Nook Color. Came out to ~$82 tax included.
I haven't tried the Uniden at Big Lots or any of the other of the newer cheap tablets but I tried the Nook Color at B&N on 5th Avenue, played Angry Birds on it, and it feels great. I may be comparing apples to oranges but I'd go with the Nook Color's 1024x600 resolution.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 2:05p
vcarpio said: ... I may be comparing apples to oranges but I'd go with the Nook Color's 1024x600 resolution. The Nook Tablet has a 1024 X 600 screen as well
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posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 2:06p
leestacey said: WOW, I thought we couldn't use that coupon. Lucky you!!!
This thread has the $25 coupon good for Nook and Kindle. You have to use that coupon. Picked up a 16GB tablet from Norridge, IL store. Now they have one of each left (8gb and 16gb) as of 2:00pm CT.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 2:21p
JesseKnows said: vcarpio said: ... I may be comparing apples to oranges but I'd go with the Nook Color's 1024x600 resolution. The Nook Tablet has a 1024 X 600 screen as well
Sorry i meant some of the non-Nook tablets have only 800x600 I think.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 4:02p
25% guys, 25 PERCENT! Not $25!
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posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 4:05p
aarzi said: 25% guys, 25 PERCENT! Not $25!
25% coupon excludes Nook and Kindle but there is a separate $25 coupon for Nook and Kindle. I used that one.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 5:37p
Thanks OP. Picked up a 16GB Tablet
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 5:58p
ach1199 said: 25% coupon excludes Nook and Kindle but there is a separate $25 coupon for Nook and Kindle. I used that one.
Yes apparently there's a coupon from a newspaper circular. I went to another Staples that had the 16gb Nook Tablet, showed my coupon from this thread, but the $25 off Nook and Kindle eReader won't scan. The cash register person pulled a circular with the coupon and scanned it instead.
I returned the 8gb Nook Color I purchased earlier.
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posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 6:57p
For those in San Diego: The Pacific Beach store has an unknown quantity in "lock-up" - pulled from store inventory for return to the distributor. If you ask nicely, they should get one for you, accept the $25 Nook coupon.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 8:16p
Thank You op!...............Store was closing early tonight at 7.Had already called and they had 2 8's and 2 16's.Anyway,got there about 6/55 pm and was able to use the $25 coupon.......so 16gb for $105 plus tax.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 8:17p
Woo, thanks for the heads up! Crossing my fingers =)
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 8:22p
got a 16 earlier today but coupon didn't scan. mfr said for ereaders only not tablets so he wouldn't take it. bummer.
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