• Save Money on Books

Five Ways to Save...

On Books 

Stephanie Nelson, CouponMom.com


1.  Library books are free. Check out books, novels, cookbooks, how-to books, finance books, children’s books, and more. Peruse magazines and a variety of newspapers at no cost. 

2.  Library has more than books. Take advantage of free children’s events like story hours. Also, you can download free audio books from the library’s website and some audiobooks are compatible with Kindle. While you are there you can request books from other branches and have your book preferences transferred to your local branch.

3.  Look for nearly new. Find less expensive alternatives by looking for nearly-new DVDs, CDs and books at thrift stores. Sometimes you can find recent bestsellers for as little as $1.

4.  Barter books. Use online bartering services like Paperback Swap (which also includes CD and DVD swapping) or Bookmooch, to trade with other members for just the cost of postage.

5.  Ask your friends. Get friends together and trade each other’s paperback books at no cost.

Stephanie Nelson is the Coupon Mom. Her web site,  www.CouponMom.com, has over 6 million members, and she is established as the nation’s top expert in couponing across the country. Stephanie has been on every major national television talk show and taught millions how to save 08)money for the past 11 years. She has been called ‘”the rock star of the recession” by the Washington Post and her book, The Coupon Mom’s Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in Half, is a New York Times best seller.

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