Time to RUN to Barnes & Noble! 🏃🏼
Looking to stock your gift closet on the cheap?! You may want to stop by your local Barnes & Noble where they are offering 75% off ALL Red Dot Clearance! My BFF Amanda decided to hit up our local Barnes and Noble in Boise, ID to check out this sale and here are just a few of the items she spotted…
Disney Holiday Light Sets $19.99
ONLY $4.99 after 75% off!
Harry & David Peppermint Truffles 12oz $15.95
ONLY $3.98 after the additional 75% off!
Disney Star Wars Storm Trooper White Backpack $44.95
ONLY $11.23 after the additional 75% off!
The Elf on the Shelf $12.95
ONLY $3.23 after the additional 75% off!
Disney Frozen Vinyl Figures & Pocket Pops! $4.95-$5.95
ONLY $1.23-$1.49 after the additional 75% off!
+ LOTS more! Before making a special trip, you may want to call your local store to confirm that they are also hosting this 75% Off Red Dot Clearance Sale. Come back and let us know what deals you find!
Also, check out this email from reader Carolyn…
I just had a hunch that B&N might finally be reducing their clearance from 50% to 75% off, so I stopped in this morning at opening time. The signs still say 50% off in the store windows, but the staff was actually in the process of marking things down as I walked in. Not all items were already reduced, but they will be soon. The staff said a lot of items that were supposed to be 75% were still registering at only 50% off when scanned, and they were removing those items from the 75% off area.
I was able to score some nice bar glasses (reg. $21.95), a Melissa and Doug puzzle (reg. $12.95) and a Kaleido Gears set (reg. $29.95) all for 75% off plus my B&N member discount. There were lots of Halloween and Christmas items, including some fun stocking stuffers like coupon booklets. Star Wars and Finding Dory string lights, Disney character notebooks, journals, and diaries, collector ornaments, craft kits, tote bags, blankets, toys, and other items were on the clearance tables as well. I didn’t see any really big ticket items at my store as I have sometimes in the past, but I found it was worth the trip.
(Thanks, Alicia & Carolyn!)