Remember my "where to find cheap DVDs post"? Well this is "Where to find cheap books post". Enjoy my tips!
Duh right? Yeah we all know that books are free (as long as you tunr them back in on time) at your public library, but our library does something amazing!
Once every other month or so they have a book sale. You go in and everything you can fit into a grocery bag is $2. It's amazing really! Call you Local Library or go in and ask them if they have something like this! It is awesome!
2. Thrift Stores
Some thrift stores way over price books in my opinion. I never pay more than a dollar for a book...it's my rule.
Our Goodwill has paper backs for .69 cents and hardbacks for 1.99
So go check yours out and see what they have!
3. Half Price Book Store
Do you have one of these?
You can check out their website HERE and see if one is in your area.
Almost of of their books are half off the cover price...
but I'll share a little secret.
In the very back corner of the store (at most locations)
You will find a clearance section. There things are normally $3 or less....
but normally you can find a $1 section and this is where I get 95% of my books!
You can find most popular fiction books there and some good autobiographies.
This is really the best place to find books. Esp. for your kids. In the kids section there is almost always a $1 clearance section too.
4. Amazon, Half.com...and many more websites.
Amazon is my fav, but Half.com has some good deals too. You can of course find them on ebay, overstock.com and other places, but I prefer the two mentioned before.
You can normally get books for a penny and then have them shipped for 2.99 so its 3 dollars all together.
5. Garage sales.
You can find a lot of good books at garage sales for .25 cents, .50 cents, and a $1.
Those are my favorite places! What are your favorite places to find cheap used books? Leave 'em in the comment section for everyone to know about!