Get a Free Barnes and Noble Nook with Subscription to the New York Times
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Check it out! You can get a free Nook (basic model) or a Nook Color for half price ($99 instead of $199) if you subscribe to the digital version of the New York Times (NYT) for a year.

Now, granted, the subscription to the New York Times is $19.99 a month, making your free Nook actually cost $239.88, but given that a monthly digital subscription to the New York Times is $20 per month anyways, you are still getting one for $20.00 a month, and the other for free.


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Or, that said, you can get the New York Times on your Kindle Fire, for only $19.98 per month as well.

And the Kindle Fire is available for $199 on Amazon – yes, it’s $99 more than the deal on the Nook Color, but it’s a heck of a machine.

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So, you can get the Kindle Fire for $199, or Nook Color deal for $99, or the Nook Basic for free – and regardless you can have the NYT subscription for about $20.00 per month.

Whatever way you choose to go, these are some great bargains on tablets!

Here, by the way, is our overview of the Kindle Fire.

 

And here is the link to sign up for a free Nook with a New York Times subscription.

And, if you end up going with the Nook Color, you will want to read our article on how to run full Android on the Nook Color.

Oh, and a tip of the virtual patrol helmet to friend and colleague Chuck Eglinton, over at www.ChuckEgg.com

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