Great Deal on Books at Barnes and Noble.com

miller811miller811 Posts: 897Member
Save 40% on one book online when using a Mastercard. Enter code X8X9X3K at checkout.
This coupon expires at 2:59 a.m. Eastern Time on January 1, 2008.

Maybe someone can save a buck or two......

Here was my purchase

CCIE Professional Development Routing TCP/IP: Volume 1 $88.00 list price
with discount $34.00
Sub Total:$34.00
Shipping & Processing: Tax:$3.32
Total Shipment Price:$37.32


Found this on fatwallet

Enjoy....
I don't claim to be an expert, but I sure would like to become one someday.

Quest for 11K pages read in 2011
Page Count total to date - 1283

Comments

  • CGN_SpecCGN_Spec Posts: 96Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Thank you for the heads up!!! I’m sure I can afford to make a purchase or two :)
  • freetechfreetech Posts: 154Member
    Thanks. Gonna go have a look.
    There's this great book called Network Warrior by Donahue.
    It's getting great reviews.
    Experience is a harsh teacher. She gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.
  • shednikshednik Posts: 2,005Member
    freetech wrote:
    Thanks. Gonna go have a look.
    There's this great book called Network Warrior by Donahue.
    It's getting great reviews.

    yea and if you search on amazon it's only $2 more than BN after you took of 40% icon_mad.gif
  • freetechfreetech Posts: 154Member
    Thanks for the tip. Now all I need is a decent up-to-date book on PIX 6.3 firewalls.
    Experience is a harsh teacher. She gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.
  • shednikshednik Posts: 2,005Member
    Yea I just don't like BN they are way to expensive unless you're a member...amazon and half are the way to go in my experience. :D

    btw - miller great purchase I just started my reading on that book, I'm please thus far with the book.
  • CrunchyhippoCrunchyhippo Posts: 389Member
    I rarely buy new books anyway, but the discount sounds nice for a new one. I normally just buy a slightly used book from Amazon.com at a huge discount, and have it mailed to me. I've never had a problem with it, and they almost have the book I want.
    "Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons." - Popular Mechanics, 1949
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