This Barnes & Noble at Flushing is terrible.
I am from Queens and i called the B&N store in Flushing to reserve a book for pickup. I went to the store and purchase the book and the book was terrible, it look like someone bought the book, read the pages and threw a cup of coffee on the pages not only the outside but the edge that is visible to clerk eyes and the manager. I asked her for a discount she said. I needed the book and i could not wait for another copy that would have taken seven days. I bought book with Amazon and i could have gotten that book at a cheaper price and better condition but i wanted to support a neighborhood store but it was terrible. It a disgraced how Barnes & Noble in Flushing treats their customers. Without customers there is no B&N we are the business, if customers don't buy no one will have a job. customers should buy from Amazon and Better World Books you get good book cheaper, cleaner and better customer service people who value and appreciate your business. Don't go there the manager is terrible and has no purpose cant make a decision to give a discount on damaged, dirty, expensive book. This unbelievable and disgusting.
This is a terrible B&N store nearby St. Johns University located at 17660 Union Tpke Frnt 3, Flushing, Ny. This is worst B&N store.
Barne's & Noble.
Barne's Noble on Austin Street is probably one of the more quite locations. The area like just about any Barne's Noble is neat and clean but the service is "help your self". You practically have to ask associates at least three times for assistance and that’s if you can find one on the sales floor. However, Barne's Noble has the best selection in classic literature as well as modern day favorites with prices that are hard to beat. There is a small children’s center on the second level and plenty of floor space to sample a good read before you purchase. Being the Starbucks lover that I am, its nice to know that not every Barne's & Noble has separated from the beverage partner at its retail locations. What is most to like about Barne's Noble overall aside from its massive selection of books and magazines is its convenience. Coincidentally a gym, a shopping area, and the MTA are never to far from this world class bookstore.
Barnes & Nobles.
If I don't buy my book on amazon like I do most of the time for a cheaper price, I come here. I never knew that they had an online store, but there is a starbucks in this barnes and nobles building. I use my credit card here. They have music CD's, magazines, and school help books. They have tables and chairs if you need tutoring or study time. You can bring your own snacks. Theres an escaltor there. Great mystery books and novels.
They should have a small internet cafe so we don't have to bring our laptops, blackberries, and iphones. You are allowed to sit on the floor in the middle of the islaes to read for as many hours as you'd like. Great selection of book sin a variety of subjects to kids to teens and adults. I enjoy the Dorling Kindersley and usbourne science books the most
An easy-access resource for books of any stripe, with impressive children's, business and bestseller sections.. In Short Established in 1873 and still thriving, this mainstream bookseller boasts almost 600 locations and does brisk online business as well. Ubiquitous and well organized, Barnes & Noble arranges its huge book selection in 22 user-friendly categories, from Art and Architecture to Romance and Travel. Stores host seasonal book signings and family-friendly "Storytimes." Many locations also offer music, movies and cafes that serve Starbucks coffee.