Non-Member 15% off coupon codes are (note: Expires on July 13):
Non-Member 10% off coupon code (Expires on July 19th):
Non-Member 7% off coupon code (Expires on Jan. 2012):
Some of you have asked for printable coupons:
According to one site, the 15% code is working multiple times.
Pull up the BN.com site without being logged in to your membership account. Add 1 title to your cart, enter the 15% off code. Then log in to your account and the coupon will stick. If you try to do it while being logged in, it will only let you use the coupon once. I placed 6 separate orders this morning all using the same 15% off coupon.
Yeah so I just got back with a pretty good load. This’ll probably be it until next week when The Music Room and Leon Morin come out and then that will actually be it for me. I spent a bit more than I wanted too on BD’s that I was only interested in buying dvds of. But whatever.
Kiss Me Deadly
Ace in the Hole
The Burmese Harp
The Makioka Sisters
The Naked Kiss
The Last Metro
Zazie dans le Metro
People on Sunday
I only wanted BD’s of Everlasting Moments, The Last Metro, Videodrome, YIYI and Sweetie.
According to others they are using the 15% off coupon separately, so instead of $19.99, they are paying $16.99 making multiple orders of 1 Blu-ray or DVD each.
I didn’t do that…I just bought two and used one of the coupons and got them for $17.99 each. Granted, you get taxed but I’m not going to complain. Still a good deal!
Used the AAA B&N store URL that many of us used in the last sale and what it does is add the 10% off code to your entire order: J3M9D8K
Do you have to get the trial membership prior to placing the order with discount? The 10% off doesn’t show up for me…
I used a 15% off coupon for one of the box sets I bought. And then placed one huge order with the 10% off coupon. Worked out pretty decently.
I think the 10% membership discount is valid only in-stores. On the order I placed online, I just used the 10% off coupon that’s posted by KNDY earlier on the page, which is valid for the entire order you place.
When that expires, after I get my next check, I plan to head to my local B&N and just use the membership discount to get the 10% off in-store for my next batch of purchases.
Ah, OK. Thanks.
If I separate my order into 2 like you did to use both coupons it actually costs me an extra $1 :p
There we go, order 1 of 2 placed.
-Kiss Me Deadly
-Zazie Dans Le Metro
-Smiles of a Summer Night
-People on Sunday
-Ride With the Devil
Also, thanks for the 10% discount code as it got me 10% off the complete order. I didn’t realise I could use the codes as a UK customer to be honest, It’s essentially saved me international postage and a bit.
I have a few more films waiting in my basket for pay day and I’ll pretty much be up to date then.
This is what I got:
Roberto Rossellini’s War Trilogy
Eclipse Series 1: Early Bergman
Eclipse Series 5: The First FIlms of Samuel Fuller
Eclipse Series 9: The Delirious Fictions of William Klein
The Great Dictator
Days of Heaven
Smiles of a Summer Night
I also have Beauty and the Beast pre-ordered and when I go to get it, I also plan on getting Wings of Desire.
Small haul so far:
M. Hulot’s Holiday
The Great Dictator
Kiss Me Deadly
Is Makioka Sisters good enough to buy unseen? I wavered on it in the store since it was only $10 with the discount, but ended up not getting it.
“I Know Where I’m Going!”
“The Double Life of Veronique”
“In Mood for Love”
For anyone who has had a membership in the past and therefore isn’t eligible for the 2 month membership promotion, try going to a BN store. I went to my local BN and asked about the promo membership. They told me that they didn’t know how to run the promotion in stores yet, but that they would soon be getting an email with instructions. I was given the 10% member discount without having to sign up for a membership or trying to lie my way into the 2 month offer. Just a little heads up for anyone interested.
First order complete. I got the DVDs of The Red Shoes, Pandora’s Box, and Solaris. Yay!
they’ve still only taken 10% off Spirit of the Beehive. what gives?
also, when exactly does this end? i probably need to hold off for a while, if i have time.
So, my first haul:
Larisa Shepitko (Eclipse)
Chantal Akerman in the Seventies (Eclipse)
Nikkatsu Noir (Eclipse)
Got them to order for me:
3 Films from Louis Malle
Spirit of the Beehive
Interesting…I used the following 10% off code four times (and worked on multiple items)….so, it’s not a one time-use code.
Can anyone else confirm that they can also use this 10% off code more than once.
Also, just a sidenote, if you tend to buy a lot…create your own ebates.com account, then click on the B&N link and earn money buy buying! I use it quite a bit for B&N and eBay purchases.
Just picked up these:
The Virgin Spring
The Wages of Fear
Just placed my order:
Both Brakhage Anthologies
Paths of Glory
Dusan Makavejev: Free Radical
The Monsters and Madmen set
and Eisenstein: The Sound Years
@Tibber – You have about 2.5 weeks, so you’re good. If it’s a recent title though, there is a small chance that it may not be available or shipping will be delayed by 1-2 weeks.
@Viewer Ben – “The Makioka Sisters” was a title that I had to watch in college because my professor was an advocate of female independence in Japan. To summarize the film without spoiling it, four sisters from a once wealthy family…the two older sisters want the two younger sisters to get married in order to carry out the pride of the family by marrying well-established men. Problem is one sister is extremely shy and the other is a rebel. Seeing that the price of the DVD version is quite cheap (and I’m guessing the BD as well, it might be worth it or if you need to get that free shipping from B&N.
For recommendations of the more recent titles, I do recommend the following:
The Music Room – Pre-order – Intriguing early Ray film plus you get the 2hr.+ documentary “Satayjit Ray”.
Zazie dans le Metro – An unusual but fun film from Louis Malle. When I was watching this film, “Benny Hill” came to mind. Lol… But those shots on the Eiffel Tower….yikes! Amazing what they got away with filming back then.
People on Sunday – Fantastic! A 1930 silent film that captures society during Weimar Republic-era Germany and a look at a part of Germany that would be lost forever. The film featured a collaboration of Curt Siodmak (who would later be known for his “Wolf Man” and “Invisible Man” films), Robert Siodmak (who would later be known for “The Killers”, “The Spiral Staircase” and “Criss Cross”), Edgar G. Ulmer (known for his noir films “Detour”, “The Black Cat”, “The Strange Woman”), cinematographer Fred Zinnemann (known for directing “High Noon”, “From Here to Eternity”, “The Day of the Jackal”), Eugen Schufftan (known for his cinematography on “The Hustler”, “Eyes Without a Face”, “Port of Shadows” and “It Happened Tomorrow”) and Billy Wilder (“Some Like It Hot”, “Sunset Blvd.”, “The Apartment”, “Double Indemnity”).
I’m on a budget, so I only got The Thin Red Line.
is bn.com blocking coupons for non-members?
Well I managed to pick up The Great Dictator and Pale Flower, the two I’d planned to get from the beginning. Based on earlier recommendations, I was going to get Last Year at Marienbad as my third but unfortunately found that the single copy they had in stock was in one of the older cardboard digipack blu-ray cases that looked like it had seen far better days. I ended up getting Breathless instead.
Vivre sa vie (Blu ray)
Naked (Blu ray)
Everlasting Moments (Blu ray)
People on Sunday (Blu ray)
pre-ordered High & Low (Blu ray)
@TRON: Nope…I’m a non-member and used the 10% coupon quite a bit.
CRITERION PORN – SUMMER 2011 EDITIONPART ONE
PALE FLOWER, IKIRU, HIGH AND LOW, BLACK MOON, KISS ME DEADLY, ZAZIE DANS LE METRO
A little trickle before the flood…. ;-P
so i emailed them about Spirit of the Beehive (because dammit, i really want that one) and got the following reply:
“We received your inquiry regarding the 50% Criterion Sale.
Unfortunately, the item “The Spirit of the Beehive” is not included on
this promotion. To know if an item is eligible for this program, please
look in the icon that states “50% Off Criterion DVDs and Blu-Rays.”
this makes no sense to me, especially since they have at least one OOP (Diary of a Country Priest) available. oh well. good thing my birthday is next month anyway.