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Products and Deals

I built my library while as a broke college student. I was reading a ton and had to continuously buy books in order to keep up with my speed. Out of necessity, I found great resources that will help save you money and time while you also grow your library! Enjoy!

Red Review’s Daily Great Book Finds: click here to find great book deals from a variety of sources!

Book Bub

Online daily newsletter created to inform readers of current book deals that range from free (literally!) to $2.99 as well as recommendations from those you trust. The newsletter is personalized for each user. Personalization is based on the categories, retailers, and authors selected by the user. It is a free resource. Just watch yourself… it is easy to justify $1 purchases but they do add up over time (that is not at all from personal experience 😉)

Mardel Christian Store

Founded by the same family as Hobby Lobby, Mardel specializes in Christian books, Bibles, merchandise and educational supplies. They have an ENTIRE section of bargain books. Ranging from $1 to $10, you will find famous Christian writers in both fiction and non fiction. Almost half of my physical books originated from this incredible store. AND, they continuously have great coupons for even greater deals! Their online store does boast a wide range of great novels, but it’s the physical store that has the bargain aisles.

Chirp Audiobooks

This is a great resource for those of you who enjoy audiobooks like me but find them awfully expensive at time! Chirp is a service that lets you get amazing limited-time deals on select digital audiobooks and great everyday pricing on everything else. All books you purchase are yours to keep, and there’s no monthly subscription fees or minimum purchases. I just recently bought a book The Noble Guardian by Michelle Griep for $1.99 that was originally $24.99!

Shop.com

Shop.com is a great resource for any online shopping! You can receive cashback for shopping at stores you are already shopping at – Walmart, JC Penney, Bed Bath and Beyond, Kohls, Raise.com, and much more! You can also find bookstores to also receive cashback from, such as AbeBooks and Books-A-Million! I personally earned $250 in 18 months while on a college budget buying things I was already buying!

It is free to be a customer and enjoy cashback. Watch the video below to learn how to earn cashback!

Watch to learn how to create an account and how to earn cashback! Make sure you return periodically to watch your cashback accumulate. Withdraw anytime you’d like and directly deposit it into your bank account!

AbeBooks

The magic of AbeBooks is filling your shelves with affordable books, discovering that long-lost title, finding an out-of-print or collectible book that’s become hard to find, or discovering something magical from the past that you simply did not know existed – perhaps a letter from a famous author, a 19th century postcard or a copy of a long-defunct magazine.

You can easily find books on your wishlist for cheap! Just know that they may be used but are in good condition!

Make sure you go to Shop.com first in order to receive cashback on your order! Watch video above.

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