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Book of the Month Flash Sale – 50% Off 3-Months Subscriptions!

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Now through the 27th, use coupon code FLASH50 when you buy a 3-month Book of the Month subscription!

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That brings the cost down to $22.49 for a 3-month subscription – $7.49 a book!

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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  1. Sadly, the promo code no longer works.

  2. I just subscribed. The last few months’ choices have been so great. Hope September doesn’t disappoint.

  3. i LOVE this sub. I just finished “Woman in Cabin 10”. Holy crap! I stayed up late into the night to get thru that story. I’m reading “Siracusa” now. Can’t wait for the September selections

  4. Just FYI, I’m a cheapo so I looked at previous posts to see how low the subs get and the three-month subscription for $15.99 through Groupon is still available, with a different code: SUMMER20.

    • :::grumbles:::

  5. Just a heads up, if you sign up today your first month will be September. I was a little bummed since I was eyeing the Black Crouch book (and also the wine coozie) but I’m looking forward to making my selection next month.

    • I’m reading Dark Matter now and will probably put it up for swap when I’m done if you’re interested 🙂

  6. Wow, this is a great deal. I have to admit, as a librarian something has always bothered me about this subscription. I guess I have a hard time paying $16.99 for a new release that I know you can borrow for free from a library. 😉 That being said, I do totally understand the lure of this subscription. I may just have to test it out for the 3-months since $7.49 a book is really a steal!

    • I’m not a librarian, but I feel the same way! I’m an avid lifelong user of libraries but unfortunately my new local one is small and rarely gets many new books. For them, it’s all about computers (I realize that’s a sign of the times, and budgets are thin, but it’s disappointing to have so few choices). Sometimes I borrow e-books for free using a sharing program among many regional libraries. It works, though I have to be patient waiting on Holds, and they too don’t offer many new digital books, or even older ones.

      So, a few months ago I caved and joined BOTM because it is a very easy, well-run subscription. 🙂 I was sad to learn that, unlike all the other sub boxes, once you’ve used a coupon, you cannot use one ever again, so I won’t be rejoining BOTM. I can justify $7.49 or $9.99 for a book, but not $16.99. Bummer!

      • If you pay for a year up front its only $9.99 a book. That’s what I do

        • i just looked. It is now $11.99 per book when you sign up or a year. i’m bummed, I would pay $10 but not$12.

    • I love the library, but the problem I run into is putting books on hold for new releases can be up in the 100+ waiting. For example a few months the book “I let you go” I was 100+ people ahead of me, so this way I can get them faster. I do only get the one book a month and the others I want to read I put on hold lol 🙂

    • First, I love that you’re a librarian…kudos to you! But I have to agree that the lack of availability of sought after books at some local libraries makes this sub pretty worthwhile. When there’s one copy of a book and people can hold it for couple weeks, if there’s a sizable waitlist it can be well over a year before getting your hands on a “current” book. My hope is that when people finish their BOTM selections, they donate them to their local libraries, thus increasing the local supplies and decreasing the wait time for others. In short…everybody wins!!

      • I haven’t donated any yet, but I do pass them off to my mom. Plus I’m making an effort to buy/read more books written by more non-white authors and this sub usually has good author diversity, which I appreciate.

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