CLEVELAND -- Today, Ways 2 Save Travel Week continues with one of my favorite devices in the world to keep you entertained on the road.
Let's get right to the point and the big deal.
If you're a sale stalker or bargain hunter such as myself, you'll know that it's very rare to see a markdown on the Kindle Fire, iPad, or Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet unless it's refurbished.
For one morning only, that's not the case and you'll also score free shipping.
I'm a huge fan of the Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet. It does almost everything the iPad does at a fraction of the price.
On this Android beauty, you score the award-winning e-reader and accompanying software, a beautiful 7-inch VividView touchscreen and pre-loaded apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, chess, crossword, sodoku, media gallery, Internet and email.
This 8GB brand new unit, sold directly from Barnes and Noble with full warranty and unlimited in-store support is also expandable to 32GB via microSD memory card. So yes, it could essentially hold as much information on as the second-largest capacity iPad.
CLICK HERE and get one for $149, with free shipping (down from $200). And don't worry, despite going to an eBay page, you're buying directly from Barnes and Noble.
**Please keep in mind that today's sale stock can expire at any time and I have no idea how long this deal will last. I'd order very quickly.
Now for today's travel deals...
My favorite way to see a city's top attractions for half price is through City Pass. You could see the best of NYC or many other top travel destinations for up to 50% off. These passes get you to the front of the line, you have almost two years to use them -- and up to 9 days to take advantage of a city's attractions once the pass is activated.
CLICK HERE to see New York City for $84.
CLICK HERE to see the other cities that make the list.
Also today, become a fan of Priceline on Facebook and then check out the merchant's page beginning at noon today to receive an exclusive $70 hotel coupon. Quantities are limited, so I'd move fast.
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