Amazon Coupon Code: $5 off $20+ of Print Books

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Amazon has a $5 off $20+ of print book purchases with promo code GIFTBOOK18. Can be one book or multiple. Offer expires at 11:59pm Pacific on December 21, 2018. Must be sold by Here are some newer books that are on my to-read list. I’m on somewhat of a memoir kick.

Here are my standard suggestions for those looking to gift a financially-related book:

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  1. $5 off $20 is sweet deal. Perfect for Christmas gifts this year!

    Steps I took to buy 3 ‘Positive Learning for Kids’ books and applied code (GIFTBOOK17) at checkout before it expires –
    (1) Add to cart – (Good Habits Part 1)
    (2) Add to cart – (Good Habits Part 2)
    (3) Add to cart – (Animal Alphabet A to Z: Teaching positive concepts to kids)
    (4) Entered promo code GIFTBOOK17 at checkout to get $5 off for these excellent books.

    If you want to add another book, you can add this too – (Animal Alphabet Sharing and Caring)

  2. Thanks for posting. I came looking for amazon deal here. Looks like it’s less this year. I was sorta looking forward to $10. Oh well…Considering the cost of the books I need, Barnes and noble is doing a great job actively flooding my inbox with coupons, I’ll go there. I haven’t shopped there in years but I recently took a glance and they have the same prices as amazon, and they have coupons. I need a few books for my practice and they are all above $70. I think for a $20 book, the amazon coupon makes sense but for anything above $35, the 15% barnes and noble coupon makes sense.

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