Nook Stories November 5, 2018

With the launch of Apple’s refreshed iPad Pro lineup and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4, there is no question that the tablet market is hotter than it has ever been. Along with the innovation and excitement that these tablets bring, however, are higher prices. With Barnes & Noble’s unexpected announcement of its new NOOK 10.1″, the company sends a clear message that consumers need not spend an arm and a leg to get a new tablet. expand full story

Nook Stories November 23, 2015

Black Friday Magazine deals from under $4: Rolling Stone, GQ, ESPN, Bon Appetit, more

Update (11/25 11:40am): Today the DiscountMags Black Friday offerings include Rolling Stone magazine and Bon Appetit for $3.89 along with Wine Enthusiast for $3.99. Once again, any of these mags below $5 is very notable, but under $4, grab them while you can as this pricing only happens once a year. The deals on GQ and ESPN are still live and remember, everything in your cart can be sent as gifts to different addresses with personalized notes. 

Update (11/24 11:10am): Today’s Black Friday magazine deals are GQ and ESPN, both with digital iPad access, for $3.79 per year each. Usually these mags dip down to $5 a year or so each in our regular sales, with the odd bundle deal dropping them down even further. But almost never do we see them under $4. GQ can be had for up to three years and ESPN is available for up to 3 years at the discounted rate. No codes are needed and the below Black Friday pricing on Men’s Fitness and Architectural Digest.

As we got a taste of last week, DiscountMags will be offering one-off Black Friday pricing on a number of popular magazines all this week. Each of the deals will only be around for a short time, with more being added to this post daily. By the looks of it, these deals will be some of the lowest prices of the year without requiring multiple year commitments or large bundles.

Today we have two very solid options. First up is a one year subscription to Men’s Fitness magazine for $2.99 with free shipping. From time-to-time we see the popular men’s fitness mag dip down below $5, and even as low as $4, but this is by far the best price we have seen all year without being bundled. By comparison, the same subscription will cost you $20 direct from Men’s Fitness. The discounted price can be had for up to 3 years.

Next is Architectural Digest for $3.89 per year with free shipping and digital access (Kindle Fire, iPad, and Nook). That’s more than $26 under Architectural Digest’s price and the best we can find. Our usual sales almost never bring Architectural Digest below $5, even in the bundle deals and multi-year promotions. So at under $4, this is certainly one of the best prices we have seen.

Remember, all purchases in your cart at DiscountMags can be sent as gifts if you choose. Meaning each mag can be sent to a different address with a personalized gift note.

Notes: No codes required for today’s deals. There is never any shipping fees, auto renewals or sales tax at DiscountMags, and digital access usually arrives once the first print edition does.

Nook Stories August 20, 2014

Barnes & Noble is leaping back into the e-reader scene with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK and it may be perfect for frequent readers who also appreciate a good deal. The freebie parade starts with a solid $20 instant rebate (10% savings), and continues with over $200 worth of content plus a $5 starter credit. expand full story

Nook Stories May 7, 2014

expired1 year magazine subs w/ digital access from $5: Wired, Men’s Health, Macworld, more

We have some solid one year magazine subs today starting off with Wired for $4.99 with digital access and free delivery using code 92500 in the cart. That’s $55 off the newsstand price, $7 under the sale price and half the price compared to getting the mag direct from Wired. Wired’s digital access is available on  iPad, Kindle Fire, and Nook with interactive extras and media content.

We also have a number of other notable deals available today, all of which are matching our best prices outside of special, multi-year/multi mag promotions:

  • Men’s Health w/ digital 1-year sub: $7 w/ code 92500 (Reg. $45 newsstand, $30 sale)
  • Macworld w/ digital 1-year sub: $8 w/ code 92500 (Reg. $84 newsstand, $22 sale)
  • The Economist 1-year sub: $51 w/ code 92500 (Reg. $179 newsstand, $127 sale) – 51 issues/yr
  • Playboy 1-year sub: $7 w/ code 92500 (Reg. $68 newsstand, $30 sale)

TopMags also offers completely free delivery, no sales tax, and will never auto renew on you.

Nook Stories May 1, 2014

expiredFree Lord of The Rings movie rental from Barnes & Noble, available on iOS, Android, Nook, more

Barnes and Noble is offering some free movie and TV show rentals right now for NOOK tablet owners and/or for those with the free NOOK Video app on iOS, Android and Roku devices. Along with other content, you’ll find a free SD rental of The Lord of the Rings – The Fellowship of the Ring ($15 on iTunes). The rental period lasts 30 days, but remember you have 24 hours to finish the film after you’ve begun playback.

This offer will end tomorrow, May 2, so grab what you want while you can. You’ll need to put your credit card info in to redeem the freebies if you don’t already have a account.

Nook Stories October 15, 2013

expiredRefurb Tablets: ASUS 32GB Google Nexus 7 $135, Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ $100

Ebay has the refurbished ASUS Google Nexus 7 (7″ 32 GB Android 4.1 JellyBean) Tablet for only $134.99. That’s $65 off the list price of a new one and the lowest price we’ve seen. Amazon currently carries it for $190 and their customers gave it a positive 4/5 stars rating.

The Nexux 7 features the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, a 7″ screen display, 32GB of Storage and the NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.2 GHz processor. Also a long battery Life (up to 10 hours) and it’s preloaded with Google Apps

Ebay is also selling the refurbished Barnes & Noble NOOK HD+ 16GB Tablet, 9″ Touchscreen with Built-in Wi-Fi & Google Play for only $99.99. That’s 37% off the list price ($160) and the lowest we’ve seen for the Nook. Amazon sells it for $150 and their customers gave it a 4/5 star rating with good reviews. 

The Nook is powered by Android with a 1.5GHz Texas Instruments processor, and is thin, lightweight and easy to carry around. Images and video appear brilliant on the 9-inch 1080p full HD screen. A microSD card slot makes it easy to add up to 32GB of storage space plus your purchases are stored for free in the NOOK cloud.

Nook Stories August 7, 2013

Groupon is offering the Magfoot magnetic tablet stand for $30 shipped. This is $60 off the regular listing, $36 off the next best price, and the lowest we’ve seen this stand go for by $10. Although pretty scarce on reviews, the impressions we have seen are positive. The stand seamlessly attaches and detaches to the stand magnetically without damaging your tablet. It also rotates on the stand for different viewing angles and is compatible with your iPad, Kindle, Nook, or Android devices.

Magfoot magnetic tablet stand: $30 (Reg. $90)

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Nook Stories July 17, 2013

NOOK Simple Touch eBook reader $50 Shipped (Reg. $80)


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As one of their Daily Deals, Best Buy has the NOOK Simple Touch eBook reader for just $50 with free shipping.  That is a total savings of $30 off the retail price. If you have an iPad or Android tablet, you’ve probably found out they are less than ideal for reading next to the pool, on the beach or anywhere the sun shines. The NOOK Simple Touch is a low-cost solution for bringing your reading anywhere the summer may take you. You can even root the device to turn it into a fully functional Android tablet, instructions here.

Nook Stories May 5, 2013

Barnes & Noble in joining Amazon to win over potential Mother’s Day gift-givers.  This week only, you can shop at Best Buy and pickup a brand new NOOK HD 8GB for only $150 (regular $200), or in a 16GB capacity for $179 (regular $230).  $30 for double the capacity seems like a no brainer, but remeber both models are upgradeable up to 64GB via a MicroSD expansion slot so you aren’t locked into the size you end up buying.  This 7″ HD tablet features an Android Operating System, built-in WiFi and 1440 x 900 resolution screen for HD videos, pictures and gaming.

The Nook HD+ is a HD 9″ tablet which starts at just $179 for 16GB (regular $270) and $200 for 32GB (regular $300).  The HD+ version features a 1920 x 1280 resolution screen and the same 1.5GHz dual-core Texas Instruments processor.

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Nook Stories September 7, 2011

Barnes & Noble via Ebay is offering the NOOK Color refurbed for $149 w/ free shipping. The NOOK Color is a 7-inch eReader that features 8GB of storage, Android 2.2, and Wi-Fi. $149 is the lowest price we’ve seen yet. This is the perfect device for users who want to read ebooks or do basic tasks with apps or an internet browser. expand full story

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