It’s been a while, and seeing as I’ve started blogging again I thought I’d do a Friday Book Bargains this week. For any of you unfamiliar with it, I write blogs for a shopping site that gathers together online voucher codes, and every now and again I have a look for book related ones like The Book People voucher codes and WHSmith voucher codes, so I can put them altogether in one post. The site is called My Favourite Voucher Codes by the way, and they give 20% of their profits to charity which makes them even lovelier.
Yes, about those The Book People voucher codes. Lovely, lovely site and I normally start scouring it at about this time every year because it’s a great place to start stocking up on Christmas presents. So what YA have they got in at the moment? Even before using any The Book People voucher codes I found the much-talked about Solitaire by Alice Oseman for £3.99, the Chaos Walking Trilogy (old covers) for £6.99 and the Rachel Cohn and David Levitan double whammy of Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist and Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List for £3.99 each (brand spanking new covers). Oh and The Book People voucher codes currently get you 10% off your order if you spend £20 and if you order before the end of August.
I haven’t been on their site for a while but if you use WHSmith voucher codes, they’ve very helpfully put all their offers in one place. I had a quick peek at the clearance page using WHSmith voucher codes and there are a few gems at the moment. No YA unfortunately but David Mitchell’s Backstory autobiography in hardback is only £6 (was £20) and Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell is £3.99 (was £7.99).
The Works voucher codes are always plentiful and even if there aren’t any The Works voucher codes active, it’s always worth a look because the prices are so darn good. However, there ARE The Works voucher codes valid right now and you can get 15% off your order. You’ve probably noticed a few folk going nuts over The Maze Runner due to the imminent film release and they’ve got the box set for just £9.99 as well as classic in the making, The Book Thief for a mere £2.99. There’s the £10 required to use those The Works voucher codes right there.