Books on a Budget: Bookperk

Books on a Budget: Bookperk

Today in my Books on a Budget series were are going to be talking about Bookperk. This is a website where you sign up for emails from them about primarily e-book deals with some physical copies deals too. Bookperk is owned by HarperCollins Publishers for those who are interested. I can only assume that this means it will only include deals from HarperCollins and their subsidiaries.

I receive one email per day about deals that are going on for that day. It offers the deal on a number of platforms such as Kindle, iBooks, etc. I’ve gotten so many deals that I never would’ve known about otherwise. They also have offers for audiobooks as well if you’re into that. Sometimes there are deals on entire series, although they are rare.

Bookperk email example


For Americans:
For Canadians:
For the UK:
For Australians:

I am sorry that this service isn’t available in more countries. I have a feeling that it has to do with the licensing of the books. If you want Bookperk to expand to your country then please contact them on Facebook or Twitter. Maybe if enough people let them know they will expand their program further! 

This service isn’t perfect if you are looking for a specific book, but if you have a large TBR (as I’m sure most of us do) you can keep an eye out for books you’ve been wanting and get them at a cheaper price! I have certainly built up my e-book collection since signing up for this service. The only thing that can get annoying is that the emails can pile up in your inbox, but you can simply just delete them. If you haven’t signed up for Bookperk then I recommend you do so! 

If you want to check out the rest of my Books on a Budget series just click here

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Stormi

    This looks like a great resource. Tha KS for sharing!

    1. Christine

      You’re welcome!

  2. DJ Sakata

    Loves me a bargin!

    1. Christine

      Me too!

  3. Nikki

    Thank you for sharing! I hadn’t known about this!

    1. Christine

      You’re welcome! I hope you sign up, it really is a great resource.

  4. Tasha and Megan

    Hi, Thank you, I didn’t know about this one! I get similar daily emails from BookBub, Freebooksy, and Bookhippo. They are fantastic.

    1. Christine

      I know BookBub but not the other two. I will have to check them out!

    1. Christine


    1. Christine

      You’re welcome!

    1. Christine

      No problem! I’m happy to.

  5. Katiria Rodriguez

    Great post, thank you so much I had no idea about this I just sign up to it as well, thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.

    1. Christine

      Thanks! I hope it helps you to find some great deals!

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