$15 off Amazon, $20 off Barnes and Noble

$15 off Amazon, $20 off Barnes and Noble

Post by Luxorq » Wed, 12 Sep 2001 18:07:01

I found this site, www.zuluspear.com , that has a ton of discounts and
coupons on books in the "Books" section from places like Amazon.com,
Barnesandnoble.com, and others.  They can be used on any book or other
item you purchase.  You guys might want to check it out.

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