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How To Get A Great Deal On E-Books


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I am a voracious reader. I love to read and I spend a lot of time doing it. Unfortunately, my book obsession can be an expensive habit. Thus, I am a big fan of bargain books, book sales, and best of all, FREE books.

Get Deals On E-books From Money Saving Mom

In a previous article, I recommended the website Money Saving Mom. To read the full article, click here. I’m subscribed to their daily e-mails that frequently contain special free e-book offers from Amazon. Since the website is geared towards moms interested in saving money, all the books they recommend appeal specifically to that group (e.g. How To Extreme Coupon Without Extreme Stress, How To Cook Healthy In A Hurry, and You Can Get Organized!).

How To Get A Great Deal On E-Books From BookBub

More recently, I stumbled upon an even better resource for finding free and deeply discounted e-books. BookBub is a website designed to find the best deals on books in EVERY genre and consolidate them all in one place just for you! You can surf their site, seeking free or inexpensive e-books by genre. Or, you can sign up for a daily e-mail catered to your specific tastes that way you only see the deals for the types of books you are interested in.

I signed up 3 days ago and have already downloaded 8 free e-books! Free to sign up. Only get e-mails if you want them. Only view deals for genres you like. If you like reading, this is a no-brainer! Click on the banner below to check out BookBub for yourself.

18 thoughts on “How To Get A Great Deal On E-Books”

  1. Thanks for this post. My mom has recently started using her kindle so I will have to tell her to check out this article.

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  2. I love book sales! I’ve found a handful of great books in book sales and thrift shops and most of them are still in pristine condition. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • My friend’s daughter LOVES getting books at the library book sale and in used book stores. You are right–sometimes there are hidden gems to be found there.

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  3. Oooh! I download free eBooks from iBooks all the time! A bit obsessed with it too but found great stuff! Will definitely have to check out BookBub! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I have read some amazing free e-books that I found on Amazon or my nook application. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. I would also suggest following your favourite authors on Facebook. I have one that posts some of her older books for free ๐Ÿ™‚ this way I know that I love the books and I get ones I am excited about.

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  6. That is a pretty awesome site! You should also check out https://www.facebook.com/ILoveVampireNovels if you are into paranormal books this site leads you to free ebooks several times a week as well as a few good discounts!

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  7. I don’t have an e-reader but have been thinking about getting one. We read A LOT and have tons of books, which with age collect dust and smell. But I love the feel of a book in my hands.
    Which e reader do you have and what do you like about it?

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    • I know what you mean! We finally caved and bought a Kindle because it’s just more practical when we travel. I do love it now that I’ve gotten over my book snobbery. Also, I’ve found that I’ve broadened the scope of what I read since I can sample the books and have been able to find so many for free.

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  8. As you know–I am also a reader!! That is putting it mildly!! I generally go straight to Amazon and search for free e-books there–I do prefer “real books” and I do receive them quite frequently when doing reviews–but free is “good” especially when you are addicted to reading (hey-we could have worse additions right?)

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