Friday, March 10, 2006

Barnes & Noble tweedehands zonder Internet

Barnes & Noble introduced a new program for travelers. Passengers can now buy a book at one of their designated airport shops, read it in transit and return it (with the original receipt) to a B&N bookstore at their destination airport where they receive back 50% of what they originally paid for it. Barnes & Noble then stickers the returned book to signify it was previously owned and resells it at a 50% discount (the used books purchased at a discount can’t be returned).

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