Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Win £100 worth of books with Flubit for World Book Day!




With World Book Day almost upon us, Flubit have created a competition with an amazing prize, the chance to win £100 worth of books! I know, my brain is already mentally tallying up the books I'd buy if I won too - you're not alone. And, the £100 of books are books of your choice too, which just makes it even more exciting. 

Last year Flubit raised over £3000 to support the work of the National Literacy Trust, and this year they are back with another competition to support World Book Day which takes place on Thursday 5th of March. 




To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, all you have to do is head on over to www.flubit.com, and demand yourself a better price on a book.

If you've been a follower of my blog or YouTube channel for a while, you may know about Flubit already, how it works and how to use it. But, if you're new, I'll run through it again - it's so easy!

Step 1. Find the book you want to buy, and highlight the link in the address bar. I've picked Colleen Hoover's Slammed, a book I read last month and seriously loved. As you can see, it's priced at £7.99 in paperback.
Step 2. Head over to www.flubit.com, and paste that link into the website. Now make sure you press "Demand It" to be entered into the competition. You will then receive an email with your offer, which in my case has saved me anything from 50p-£2 per book. (There is no obligation to buy, but if you want to, it's a serious money saver.)

For future reference, you can also use the "Instant Offer" button to get an offer there and then, which in this case, made my book £6.09, as opposed to £7.99. Which is great, because I am SO impatient when it comes to book buying.

It's such a money saver, so go try it out, and get yourselves entered into the competition by demanding a better offer for the books you want to buy! (And it works with more than just books too!)

Please make sure you check out Flubit's Competition Page for all the information and rules. 






The Book Life

1 comment:

  1. Now I have to pick a book I want ... ooooh, Geek Girl! I thought there was only one I didn't have, but there's two ...

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