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Wired Magazine 1-Year Subscription for $5, 3-Year Subscription for $11 - Same code also yields a 2-Year Subscription for $10 ($5/year) or a 3-Year Subscription for $11 ($3.67/year).
$18 Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine 2-Year Subscription w/code "DEALNEWS." That's the lowest total price we could find by $52. It includes 100 issues.
Barnes & Noble offers a printable coupon good for 50% off the list price of one print book with no minimum purchase required when you "like" its Facebook page. Shipping starts at $3.99, but orders of $25 or more qualify for free shipping.
Borders retail stores take 50% to 70% off storewide during the final weeks of its Going out of Business Sale. They're even selling their furniture. All sales are final.
Barnes & Noble cuts up to 90% off used textbooks, with prices starting at $3.85. (Prices are as marked.) Orders of $25 or more qualify for free shipping; otherwise, shipping starts at $3.99. Choose from subjects such as algebra, literature, medicine, and more.
At the outset of the civil rights movement in Jackson, Mississippi, three unique women unite to share the stories of dozens of the city's black servants, who have been kept voiceless for too long. Skeeter is fresh home from college, with big dreams of becoming a journalist, though her mother just wants her to find a husband. Aibileen, a black maid, is the heart and soul of her household, now working on raising her seventeenth white child. Her best friend Minnie, is the best cook in the city, but can not find a job because of her tendency to speak the cold truth. Together, these three unforgettable ladies launch a crusade to collect the stories of the town's silent servants, and try to tear down the unspoken racial barriers that traverse the homes and hearts of everyone in Jackson.