Fully Booked: What’s the main difference between books with N- and D-code in their price stickers?

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    • #5057

      So yes, what is the difference, guys? See photo below. Does the N- or D-code mean something at Fully Booked?

      Fully Booked What's the main difference between N- and D-coded books img

    • #5060
      Clippyw
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      May have something to do with their discount card?

    • #5062
      Comtecis
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      kelan lang nilabas ang discount cards? Holy shit I’ve been missing out 🙂

    • #5063
      Gemimah
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      Fully Booked has a 20% off sale going on right now, excluding N-coded books. Anybody know how it differs from D-coded books?

      Some of the N-books aren’t new. The blue one was published in 2015 (Better than Before by Gretchen Rubin). The yellow one was published in 2016 (The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday).

    • #5069

      @frieditelyc @gemimah D coded = discounted. you’re welcome 😉

    • #5070
      AceSurreal
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      D = Discountable N = Nondiscountable.

      D-coded items are the ones that are discounted during sales (usually 20%). N-coded items are not. Except when you have a discount card, and will pay cash. If so, you get a 5% discount.

      During MIBF, all books are 20% off, regardless of its code.

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