any paperback book at ASDA £7 for 2
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any paperback book at ASDA £7 for 2

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Found 20th Feb 2008
Asda is the cheapest bookseller amongst all the supermarkets
with £3.86 being the regular price for paperbacks
today ( tuesday 19th feb ) all the paperbacks were
£7.00 for 2
now that is cheap
dosn't appear to be available online
I don't know whether this is for a limited peroid only

18 Comments

Please try to give a more descriptive thread title. Thanks.

This offer has been on in my local asda for ages. It's a fairly good deal though, voted hot.

i'ld would rather whatch a dvd then read books

My fave books are the "SPOT" series

Tesco had this offer on first last year, altho if you buy more than 2 book's at the till it seem's to only take discount off 1 set so I always check my receipt then go to customer seervice. LOL Asda has had it on for a few weeks now it is a good deal.
Gillx

Katie Greggs;1606283

i'ld would rather whatch a dvd then read books



:roll: :whistling:

:thumbsup: A Great deal, Voted hot

Tesco do 2for £7 on their best sellers too

Katie Greggs;1606283

i'ld would rather whatch a dvd then read books



unfortunately you're in the majority...

and among readers, most people now only buy a book if its : in the limited 3for2 at waterstones, or among the small selection at the supermarket, or, increasingly, recommended by Richard and Judy.

I love a deal as much as the next person but this one is a symptom of a disease. UK literacy at the mercy of ASDA and Richard Madeley... uh-oh

Voted hot.
Asda's paperbacks are now getting ridiculously cheap, especially as it includes the top ten bestselling paperbacks.

gobofraggle;1606785

unfortunately you're in the majority...and among readers, most people now … unfortunately you're in the majority...and among readers, most people now only buy a book if its : in the limited 3for2 at waterstones, or among the small selection at the supermarket, or, increasingly, recommended by Richard and Judy.I love a deal as much as the next person but this one is a symptom of a disease. UK literacy at the mercy of ASDA and Richard Madeley... uh-oh



funny, but also sad as true.. not that im an avid reader, but sad to see this is what has become!

gobofraggle;1606785

unfortunately you're in the majority...and among readers, most people now … unfortunately you're in the majority...and among readers, most people now only buy a book if its : in the limited 3for2 at waterstones, or among the small selection at the supermarket, or, increasingly, recommended by Richard and Judy.I love a deal as much as the next person but this one is a symptom of a disease. UK literacy at the mercy of ASDA and Richard Madeley... uh-oh


oh so true since they took away the law which made everyone sell books at same price we now have a very limited choice of writers who are the darlings of the supermarket chains

Katie Greggs;1606283

i'ld would rather whatch a dvd then read books



Maybe you should read more, as your grammar is poor :thinking:

paperback books at the works are 3 for £5! not always necassarily the new bestsellers as theyre an outlet chain but most are only books from last year.

You cant really blame supermarkets for only stocking bestsellers, fundamentally they are not bookshops. However they do bring popular literature to customers that wouldn't normally shop at Waterstones etc, so that has to be a good thing.
I do agree though that reading is nowhere near as popular as it should be. I've not yet seen a film adaptation that is as good as the book. Nothing can relay a story as good as your own imagination when reading it.

crew66;1607159

Maybe you should read more, as your grammar is poor :thinking:



Oh NO! ;-) The "grammer" police have invaded HUKD

crew66;1607159

Maybe you should read more, as your grammar is poor :thinking:



No, her spelling is poor. Unless she really does mean "then". Either way it's pleasingly ironic.

2 for £7 is quite decent though, thanks OP.

:whistling:
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