How to buy books on a budget #5frugalthings

Today – How to buy books on a budget


Books are one of my biggest pleasures in life.

I love to read, to be eductaed and entertained , enthralled and renchanted by books.

Just wonderful. Irt was my birthday last week and I had a happy haul of new books . Take a look at what I received:

Did you enjoy my little video on how to buy books on a budget?

5 ways to buy books on a budget include:

  1. Buying off Amazon second hand
  2. Going to the library
  3. Borrowing off friends (and being sure to return in great condition)
  4. Hitting the car boot sales
  5. Scouting out an Oxfam books shop (or other charity shop)

it is so very simple to know how to buy books on a budget!

How’s your week? Have you been frugal?



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  1. September 1, 2017 / 09:45

    I hardly ever buy brand new books anymore, I usually get them from Amazon second hand and they often look brand new anyway.

    • Becky Goddard-Hill
      September 8, 2017 / 12:51


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