This is where I’ll share top deals for fiction and non-fiction when I spot them.
You know the feeling when you get a great book. And it’s even better if you’ve managed to get that paperback or hardback on a special offer or deal.
If you want to read some of my general tips to help you save money on books, then check out this article. For specific offers or launches of big titles I’ll share details below.
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Free LoveMyRead box (expired)
LoveMyRead is a subscription box containing a book and some extras like snacks. You get to choose a book from a selection of eight titles, many of which are brand new releases.
This normally costs £16.99 a month for Premium (hardback book and more extras) or £12.99 (paperback, less extras), with £3 delivery on top.
You can currently claim your first box for free via a Telegraph membership which is available for free for a month. I’ve opted for Premium and will cancel it once I’ve got that first book.
WOB: Four for the price of three (expired)
WOB (formally World of Books) is running a summer promo where the cheapest book is free when you buy four. There’s a hefty selection of second hand titles at low prices, so it’s worth looking for some bargains.
WH Smith: £5 off £30 (expired)
These vouchers run regularly on the WH Smiths website. The latest offer was £10 off a £50 spend with the code FRIDAY10.
There are so many ways to save on Kindle books, I’ve written this separate guide.
Audible free trial
Everyone can try Audible for 30-days for free, even if you’re not an Amazon Prime user (though you’ll get an extra book to listen to if you are)
7 thoughts on “Book offers & deals”
I did the Radiotimes offer last xmas so they have said I can’t have it, just for new customers…
Hmm, that’s annoying. It worked for me…
I’m having problems signing up for the Radio Times offer. It won’t accept my address. Do I need a code first?
Hmm, no as along as the offer is showing when you click through it should be fine (it worked for me). Maybe contact the site’s help section?
The SPRING20 code on the Magzter Groupon Deal appears to have expired. I was offered 10% instead which still makes it a good deal vs Readly and similar services.
Or you could reserve a copy from the library and read it for free. Might have a long wait for this title though!
Ha, yes. I imagine they might get a few copies but even so…