Are The Deals Really Worth It?
Many people will say that they don't often so, therefore, a book club is not the right thing for them. It's obvious that reading enthusiasts going through as many as ten or twelve books a month receive several benefits by joining book clubs, but is it really worth it for those who don't read as much?
Though it varies, the only requirement involved with joining a book club is that a members buy a certain number of books at full price before a certain amount of time goes by. Most of our book club agreements state that members must buy four books at regular price within two years, a task that is not difficult. Even if you don't read often, it's always good to stock up and, with such amazing introductory offers, you can join a club, save hundreds of dollars on books, buy your four and be out. You've now successfully built a library of books to read at your own pace and in the future. Books are also an incredibly good gift idea and book clubs are a great way to get all of your gift shopping done in once place and for an incredibly small amount of money. Rather than spending $25 or more for a book, why not take advantage of book club prices and pay much less than publishers price? You can get hundreds of titles for people who love all sorts of genres for so much less than if you were to buy them in a book store or elsewhere on the Internet. True, you have to pay for shipping and handling when you order titles from a book club, but, in the end, the overall price will still add up to be less of what you'll pay elsewhere. Because book clubs offer up to 60 percent off of publishers edition, you'll save over half the money you'd spend and pay only a small shipping and handling fee. Even if you end up saving only $5 on a book, it's still a savings and will add up in the long run.
A deal is a deal and, whether or not you read five books a week or five books a year, you're still going to save money by joining a book club. Almost everyone buys books at some point in their life and, because book clubs offers such a wide selection of genres, you'll probably find the same titles you would have spent twice as much on in the store. Even if you don't like fiction, book clubs still offer several different options, such as home-related tips and idea books, cookbooks and non-fiction or reference books, that you would be interested in buying. Though members of book clubs end up paying for shipping and handling, the prices are substantially low enough so that money is still saved. Book clubs not only offer lower prices than shops and other online stores, but also offer convenience and simplicity to the process, something that no amount of money can buy.