Barnes and Noble is starting up a new campaign on July 1st 2011, upgrade to a Nook e-reader and get a free SD Card with 30 eBooks. All you have to do is show the cashier your old e-reader when you buy new e-reader from Barnes and Noble and you will get some free stuff. ome of the free titles include The Good Housekeeping Cookbook, Glory in the Fall: The Greatest Moments in World Series History, 21st Century Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, My Boyfriend Wrote a Book About Me, and classics like the Secret Garden and Robinson Crusoe, Barnes & Noble say the collection of books is worth $315…………
Barnes & Noble Inc., the world’s largest bookseller is inviting customers to experience what the critics and millions of customers are raving about: the company’s award-winning, bestselling line of NOOK reading devices. Beginning July 1, bring any eReader into a Barnes & Noble bookstore to compare and upgrade to a NOOK device and receive an instant NOOK Book collection – 30 free digital titles valued at $315. The limited-time NOOK upgrade program is offered with purchase of any popular NOOK device including The All-New NOOK and NOOK Color Reader’s Tablet. Customers will receive a free, 2GB microSD card loaded with 30 NOOK Books from cooking and lifestyle to classics and reference, when they show a bookseller their old device and purchase the NOOK reader that best suits them. Book lovers of all ages will love The All-New NOOK, The Simple Touch Reader, which dozens of leading reviewers have praised as the best dedicated reading device on the market. The easy-to-use, ultra-light, portable 6-inch eReader features a simple, immersive experience with a full-touchscreen and the most-advanced E Ink Pearl display, the longest battery life in the industry with an incredible two months on a single charge and the most social reading experience ever with NOOK Friend, all for just $139.
For customers who love to read everything in color with the added convenience of key tablet features, NOOK Color Reader’s Tablet offers what critics have proclaimed the best value on the tablet market at just $249. The award-winning device is sleek and portable, and features a stunning 7-inch color touchscreen ideal for reading a wide variety of content including books (some enhanced with in-page video), immersive children’s picture books with the exclusive AliveTouch technology, an expansive collection of full-color, interactive magazines plus newspapers, and more. NOOK Color now delivers customers’ most-requested tablet features with a wide selection of high-quality NOOK Apps to play, learn, organize and explore, built-in e-mail to stay connected and an enhanced Web experience. Both NOOK devices connect via Wi-Fi to Barnes & Noble‘s expansive collection of more than two million digital books, periodicals and more and offer customers access to even more free and exclusive content while visiting any of Barnes & Noble‘s more than 700 bookstores.
“Both The All-New NOOK and NOOK Color Reader’s Tablet are best-in-class according to the industry’s leading reviewers and millions of devoted NOOK customers. We are confident that side-by-side comparisons with other eReaders will show NOOK products to be the superior choice,” said Jamie Iannone, President of Digital Products, Barnes & Noble. “We invite reading lovers to visit their neighborhood Barnes & Noble bookstore to see, hold and touch our innovative NOOK products and encourage them to upgrade their reading experience while kicking off their collection with a limited-time bonus of 30 free NOOK Books.” The 30 digital books represent a variety of genres including Cooking, Kids, Classics, Humor, Lifestyle, Fiction, Sports, History, True Crime and Reference. Some of the free titles include: The Good Housekeeping Cookbook, Cristina Ferrare’s Big Bowl of Love, Creating Your Best Life, Glory in the Fall: The Greatest Moments in World Series History, 21st Century Crossword Puzzle Dictionary, My Boyfriend Wrote a Book About Me and timeless favorites including Secret Garden and Robinson Crusoe. Learn more about this program at www.nook.com/thebest.