Get Books Cheaper

Hey everyone! I apologize for my small break from blogging; free time seems to slip by lately.

It’s no secret that shopping for books at Barnes & Noble can sometimes get a little pricier than you had expected…despite this, we all pay the price because an addition to the shelf is always worth it. Although, keep in mind that there are other options besides the book store.


When you visit the public library, remember to swing by the sale rack before you leave. (Also known as the collection of used library books.) Once you take off the plastic jacket, the books are usually in great condition. At my library, the price for a book ranges from free to fifty cents; um, yes please!


Check the ‘New and Used’ choice on Barnes and Noble when you’re ordering books. My only concern is with the shipping time, considering that they come from different locations around the U.S.A. I have not personally purchased any, however I did receive The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time for my birthday (in perfect condition).


Look out for sales on Amazon while book shopping! Usually books are the same price as Barnes and Noble on Amazon, but I have found that sometimes the prices can drop very low, especially if you look at the various sellers.


Just A Few of My Books From These Sources:

The Selection (Selection Series #1)To Kill a MockingbirdMockingjay (Hunger Games Series #3)Catching Fire (Hunger Games Series #2)Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Total Cost: $1.50


10 thoughts on “Get Books Cheaper

  1. $1.50 for all 5 of those books??! A book lover’s dream! You lucky person. 😉 Thanks for sharing these tips! My library doesn’t sell many books, and if it does, they’re not the ones I’m interested in, but I will definitely look more carefully for deals on Amazon! ❤

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  2. 5 books = 1.50?
    That’s insane. Thank you so much for opening my eyes to these sources. I’d never think about these before and I’m glad that I found out you!

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