As Barnes & Noble prepares for the launch of its brand spankin’ new Nook HD and HD+, the company is apparently looking to unload some of its old stock by dropping the prices.
The company’s 7-inch Nook Color will now sell for $139 ($10 cheaper) while its Nook Tablet will sell for $159 (8Gb) and $179 (16Gb). The move comes just months after Barnes & Noble’s last price reduction on both products. Presumably, it needs to make room for its latest models, and making the old stock cheaper is a good way to do that.
Barnes & Noble is set to release its 7-inch Nook HD ($199) and 9-inch Nook HD+ ($269) Nov. 8, but the new prices on the older model Nooks go into effect tomorrow, according to the company.
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