Where To Find Cheap Books!


We all know that buying books are quite expensive or very much expensive!

So as a student like me, who is still studying and doesn’t have any work or any source of income it’s really my top problem. :/

There are many places to find Cheaper Books or Discounted Books in which of course, you don’t have purchase a book in its full price.


  1. Your Local – Thrift Bookstore

Go out on your house once in a while and try to find some bookstore near you and see if they were selling books at bargain price. Who knows, they may have the title you’re looking for. 🙂

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Here in Philippines, we do have what we called BOOKSALE. You can buy there used books, sometimes new books for cheaper prices and to tell you guys, I got surprised sometimes on what titles are hiding underneath those crannies. 😀


  1. The Book Depository


The Book Depository is a great website for buying books and was known for its free shipping – worldwide. Just click the Bargain Shop page on their website so that you can check out some books that are sale up to 50% off. Plus they are always updated on new releases and when you order from them, you get a free bookmark. But on the other hand, it takes 2-3 weeks before you get your book which kinda sucks but for the sake of books! ❤


  1. Amazon


When you go the Amazon website, they weren’t just selling books but other things also. To go and see some of their ‘bargainbooks’. Go to the used section. 🙂


  1. Barnesandnoble


Like the The Book Depository and Amazon, Barnes&Noble also offers bargain books on different genres on their website and on their other branches. 🙂


  1. Book outlet


The very famous Book outlet offers 50% to 90% off to every title! Which is so spectacular! Who doesn’t want to buy books here right? I mean you can literally buy a book for just a dollar here and a hardcover for 3$! That’s really superb! 😀

Although, I really wish that they ship internationally 😦

Please Book outlet! 😀



So there you have it! Thanks for reading guys and if you like this post don’t forget to click the ‘like’ button. Until the next post, bye! ❤ 🙂

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