Books, Movies & Music Buy 2 Get 1 FREE

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It’s the first day of fall so it’s time for cozy sweaters, fall leaves, all things pumpkin and time to start thinking about Christmas presents!  Yes, I said Christmas presents.  I know I’ve mentioned this probably a hundred times, but books make some of the best gifts!

This week, Target has a buy 2, get 1 FREE sale on books, movies and music.  There is no code or coupon needed, the lowest priced item will be the one that is FREE.  This deal is available in-store and online through 9/28. If the item online qualifies for the offer you will see “buy 2, get 1 free” mentioned underneath the price.  I have a great gift idea for you, when you buy 3 of When I Pray for You, you’ll only pay $3.73 per book!!!  This book is a hardcover that is sweet, thoughtful and fun.  I highly recommend it!  Buy one for your kids, the grandkids, nieces and nephews, neighbors, or buy some to donate.  You seriously can’t beat this price for an amazing hardcover book.    Here is how the deal works:

When I Pray for You $5.59 ~ Buy 3
Buy 2, get 1 FREE (-$5.59) through 9/28
Final Price = $3.73 each

If you don’t want to buy 3 of the same books, here are some other suggestions.  This is just to get you thinking there are several great options you can come up with, but I recommend buying now for Christmas.  This is a super deal!  Keep in mind you want to buy items that are similar in price.  So if you have some more expensive books to buy as well and some that are less expensive, make sure you place separate orders to get the best deal.

First 100 Words $4.99 
When I Pray for You $5.59 
Where the Wild Things Are $7.39 
Buy 2, get 1 FREE (-$4.99) through 9/28
Final Price = $4.33 each

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone $25.99 
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets $22.49
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban $22.49
Buy 2, get 1 FREE (-$22.49) through 9/28
Final Price = $16.16 each

You can mix and match with movies and music too.  Our family has pretty much switched to all digital movies and music so we don’t really buy physical copies anymore.   Anybody else the same way?

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