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NOOK Tablet 16GB by Barnes & Noble (Manufacturer Refurbished)

$169 for NOOK Tablet - 16GB by Barnes & Noble (manufacturer refurbished) ($199 list price)
$184 for NOOK Tablet - 16GB by Barnes & Noble (manufacturer refurbished) with a black neoprene NOOK case ($19.95 list price; $218.95 total)
A 1-year Barnes & Noble warranty is included with each option.

An additional $5 shipping fee will be charged at checkout for each option
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Subha83 Jun 29, 2012
Good price.Nice find.Thanks for sharing.
ReturninVideoTps Jun 29, 2012
Not a bad deal on a nook. I'll look into this
cosplayer2013 Jun 28, 2012
good deal
baldieee09 Jun 28, 2012
this deal is probably only good for those with groupon credits .. otherwise I'd rather get the Nexus tablet from Google new for $199 + $25 Google Play credit .
maven3 Jun 29, 2012
That's the tablet I was thinking of. It should be a much nicer android experience, for effectively the same price.
maven3 Jun 28, 2012
This is a great piece of hardware, but I agree with a few above, perhaps it isn't the best deal ever. For this price, some other options start looking attractive for an android tablet.
catchersmom Jun 28, 2012
excellent price I love mine so much never leave home with out it
holy732 Jun 28, 2012
Good find. Thank you.
nthsll Jun 28, 2012
Decent price, but Barns and Noble is selling them brand new for 199 with a 30 dollar B&N gift card right now...effectively making the price the same for a new one.
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arsiel Jun 28, 2012
Thanks, a new one does sound more appealing. Not sure if I'm still going to get a Nook since I expect B&N to be out soon ;x
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nthsll Jun 29, 2012
I haven't heard...they going belly up?
YesBoss Jun 28, 2012
I am waiting for google tablet, it is same price. New product.
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n2imagination Jun 29, 2012
+100! $200 for a much much better tablet than any other IMO. Google is selling them at break even costs counting on the revenue from apps, and accessories. That is the model both tablets and phone manufacturers should have used all along! Cant wait to get one.