Our four kids are avid readers, and we spend a lot of time at the library. But even the library is limited, and I have always made it a priority that our kids got a nice box with books for their birthdays and Christmas. Of course this means we now have an extensive library of books in all f their favorite topics, but it also means that our kids can dive into a world of knowledge, whenever they feel like it. Another bonus is that it is easy to find books to write about for school, and since our two youngest sons are in high achievers programs, they have a lot of assigned writing and reading.
Over the years Better World Books has become one of my favorite places to shop for used books, because not only do this place have an extensive collection of used books, but it also has free shipping every day. I only shop when there is a great sale, and today that is the case at 50 percent off. For the next 24 hours, you can get 50 percent off, when you buy 5+ books at Better World Books. This is a rare sale that is worth a look. I always have Amazon open in another window, so that I can read the Amazon reviews, before I decided on which books to buy at Better World Books.
How To Get The Best Deal at Better World Books:
- Start shopping at Ebates and click through the link to Better World Books to get 3% cash back, plus get a $10 gift card of your choice, if you spend more than $25 in your first shopping trip through Ebates.(You can get your cash back via check or Amazon gift certificates)
- Or start shopping directly at Better World Books without cash back.
- Click on the home page on the Better World Books site, then click on the 48 hour bargain bin sale banner. (Shown above)
- Open Amazon in anther banner to read reviews of the books you find at Better World Books.
- Choose 5+ books and get 50 percent off your purchase, no code needed.
- Get free shipping on all orders at Better World Books
Most used booksellers (including Amazon sellers) charge around $4 to ship a book, so getting books for as low as $1.74 shipped is a great deal.
What books are you always looking for?