Foyles For Books Promotional Codes for May 2017
Not everyone makes a habit of reading on a regular basis, but once the benefits are uncovered, becoming a bookworm is all too tempting. From broadening the vocabulary to gaining knowledge on a range of subjects, burying one's head in a book could increase brain power, so why not browse the selection …of riveting reads on the Foyles for Books website? Proud to stock the largest range of books on the web in a gripping selection of genres, this specialist book retailer is independently-owned and sells everything from all-time classics to new titles. Intellectual individuals can head to Foyles for Books brick-and-mortar stores in Bristol, Birmingham and London, or search by category online, such as Fiction and Poetry, Languages and Children's. Named "UK Bookseller of the Year" for the second year running at the Bookseller Industry Awards in 2013, Foyles for Books welcomes web users to log in and refine their search for signed copies, gifts, stationery and books about architecture, education, history and more. Institutions, schools or commercial businesses may be interested in the company's Account Services, with the inventory featuring 175,000+ titles. Being a member of the 'Foyalty' club is worthwhile, because points can be earned and redeemed in-store or online each time a purchase is made with a credit or non-credit account. Make an order before 12pm and receive Same Day Delivery. » more
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How to use Foyles for Books Promotional Codes
Read up for less with Foyles for Books
Foyles carries all of the latest bestsellers, along with your favourite classics, books for kids, ebooks, cookbooks and more. UK shipping is free, so why not build up your library?
Choose a book
When you've made a decision on your new reading material, click "add to basket." On the right side of your screen you'll see a box with "your shopping basket;" click "view basket to continue on and add a promotional code.
Add a code
Open promotionalcodes.org.uk in a new window and find the Foyles code you'd like to use for some savings. Click "view code & open site," then copy the code and head back to your basket. Paste your promo code in the provided box and click "apply;" your basket will update with the new price. Click "checkout" to continue."
Log in or sign up
Click "create a new login" if you don't have an account, otherwise type in your email and password then click "Log in to Foyles."
Billing and delivery
If you're creating a new account or need to change your saved addresses, click "add a new billing address" and "add a new delivery address." Then scroll down and choose a delivery method; click "next."
Go ahead and add your card details, then click "place this order." Have fun reading away!
Foyles for Books Customer Reviews
They're running a 10% off for students offer until late October and although it's really not that much off, it's a nice gesture and every bit helps on a student budget. I was able to save off some of my texts for class, and the delivery was free as well. Whilst I was at it I picked up the Twilight book to see what all the fuss was about. Better late than never I suppose. No complaints about Foyles' service and I'll shop again.
My sister keeps talking about how her friends really enjoyed The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman, so when I saw a signed edition of it on the Foyles site I knew it was the perfect Christmas present. Plus it was only £16.99! Let's hope she doesn't read it before the holiday rolls around. Whilst I was at it, I ordered a few gift cards to put away as stocking fillers for the kids. No complaints about the Foyles site, they've always been fantastic and quick on delivery, plus the prices are quite reasonable.
I feel that non-fiction is a type of book that is often overlooked when it comes to bookstores. There's often a focus on bestsellers and novels that I don't get much out of. I'm a huge fan of historical and political books as well as books about crime. I also often search for reference books as part of my job as a secondary school teacher. I originally found a Foyles store and used to visit almost religiously because of the huge selection of non-fiction books they stocked. The problem came when I moved away and my nearest stockist was far from where I lived. So I started shopping online and I find that the range of stock is even better on the website. The downside to Foyles is that it is quite pricey in relation to a lot of other online book sellers, but I don't mind paying for quality. It also helps that delivery is free. Once, when I couldn't find a specific book I'd been looking for for a while I emailed them to see if they could find it for me. They tracked it down and although it took a while for the order to go through, I was extremely pleased to get my hands on it. I'm also pleased to see they are now stocking ebooks. I would thoroughly recommend Foyles - they are very helpful and they are knowledgable about books, which is all you can hope for in a bookshop!
My nephews are coming round for Easter dinner at my house and I wanted to get them a little treat and teach them about the holiday. Foyles had some lovely Easter books and so I bought one for each, as well as a children's bible for them to share. Best of all the delivery was free! They just arrived today in perfect condition and look perfect for the occasion. I cant wait to give the books to them this weekend!