Deal Alert: Fall Clearance Sale at ChristianBook.Com

September 7, 2016 deals 12

Now through September 12th, ChristianBook.com is having a Fall Clearance Sale with up to 99% off items such as:

A Match Made in Texas by Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connealy, Regina Jennings, and Carol Cox ($2.49)

Plain Proposal by Beth Wiseman ($0.99)

Welcome to Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong ($1.99)

And over 1700 other items!

Head over there now and snatch up these great deals before they’re gone!

(i am an affiliate of CBD but this does not affect your cost in any way.)

Carrie

12 Responses to “Deal Alert: Fall Clearance Sale at ChristianBook.Com”

  1. Winnie Thomas

    I’m not sure I dare look at this link, Carrie! It’s kind of scary, as I have no willpower when it comes to books! 😀

    • Carrie

      oh i know … And when paperbacks are only $.99 it’s just really pathetic how much I justify buying them lol

      • Winnie Thomas

        But then I’ll have MORE books to read, and I’m soooooo far behind I’ll never get caught up!!!

  2. Bonnie Roof

    How well I know the feeling, Winnie and Carrie – as I was already preparing to send an order myself, LOL!! I think it is code REF2016 (through today) that will get you free shipping with a $35. order – which makes ordering even more justifiable (or at least that’s what I tell my practical self, LOL)!! I think I saw another code that can be used also – in the email I received from them today.

    • Winnie Thomas

      Well, I resisted temptation for today– or at least for the moment–in regards to buying more books! I told myself that if I didn’t buy any books, I could have some chocolate! 😀 And it helped that I got a book in the mail! LOL

  3. Susan P

    Oh my goodness, this is TERRIBLE to my budget!!!! And Bonnie, NO, stop helping us spend more with that awesome free shipping code! LOL. I’m so glad there are more people like me out there. 😉 *off to shop*

  4. Connie Scruggs

    WOW! We could do some Christmas shopping, though. And since my mom, daughter and me pass our books around, it’s still a Merry Christmas to me, too (insert devious expression)