I sold my Nook on CL for $150!

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  1. SweetPoison

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    I am so happy. After reading on the iPad, there is simply no comparison. I had my Nook for only a few months and it sold rather quickly.
     
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    We sold both our Kindle readers shortly after our iPad was delivered. Although the Kindle has an advantage in readability in bright light we're very happy with the Kindle app. I don't even have iBooks installed and buy all our titles from Amazon.
     
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    Oh Cool! I love how the books sit on that silly shelf on the ipad.

    Ya gotta love it.:D
     
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    That's pretty good considering they just lowered the price on the nooks to $150 for the wifi and $200 for th 3G. If I did a lot of reading, I think I would prefer an unlit screen. But with the iPad, you can buy books from apple, barnes and noble, or Amazon.
     
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    I agree. I had the price at $200, but he brought it to my attention the lowering of the prices and I went for the $150.

    I didn't know that we can get books from all of those sources. Great!
     
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    Yep, you can probably use all the books you bought for your nook on the ipad. Not sure if they let you transfer them, but I would think so.
     
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    Wife and I sold our Sony readers, the iPad is just much better for us......

    You sold your Nook just in time :)
     
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    Just curious, How many books did you include with your sale... You did good selling at $150
     
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    I wonder...

    Yes I did! I was surprised!

    Well ~ I only had like maybe 7 books on there and only like a few I paid for. Now that you mention it I did pay a good price for The Sociopath Next Door.

    It is on HIS Nook now.:( Do you think I can get it through B&N and re-download it?
     
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    Yea you should be able too assuming you didn't share your account info with the buyer.
     
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    O.M.G.

    Was all that ON my Nook? Oh lord. Gimme a drink. Please tell me that was not on the Nook, just in my account at B&N....


    please?
     
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    I don't know, was it??? You should be ok unless your password is sweetpoison :confused::confused:
     
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    Don't have a nook but I'd guess it's like the kindle and that you need to deregister the device from your account. Should have done that before you sold it.
     
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    Ya think? Shitums.


    What would you do now?
     
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    If there's a web-based account management function, sign on and deregister the Nook from your account. When I sold the Kindles, I had them decommissioned right before the sale via web. I would think that you would be seeing charges by now if the new owner was stealing from your account.
     
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