I am a total gadget geek, but reading books digitally just hasn’t caught on with me.
Personally, nothing beats reading a real book, with pages..and that yummy book smell. And it’s great to share the special joy of books with kids while we still can.
But buying books can get a little expensive, depending on how bad your habit is. Yes, you could always borrow from the library, but ours is so terribly stocked, and you could wait month to get a new release that you are after. And people take books to bed, or read them on the toilet. No thanks I would rather by new ones.
So here are a few sites to help you find the cheapest books to feed your reading passion and not go broke in the process.
Booko- The ultimate tool for book lovers to get the best price every time. Put in the book you are after and Booko will compare the prices of many different online stores and find you the best possible price, including postage. It also has an option to find the cheapest eBooks as well.
eBay- Of course eBay is THE place for second hand goodies. It can be great to grab a bargain on a once read, or even brand news books.
Book Depository- Even being a UK site, for most books they are by far the cheapest. Postage is free, and always super fast.
Big W- Some great prices in store, and you can also shop their whole range online.