Here is a list of some of the Bible Deals we found for this weekend October 25th through 27th, 2019. This week we have deals from Logos, Christian Book, Dayspring, Church Bible Publishers, Evangelical Bible, and an Amazon marketplace dealer.
We are affiliates of many (but not all) of the stores listed and this post does contain affiliate links. The use of these links does not change your price but does mean we get a small portion of the sale to support Bible Buying Guide.
If you have been thinking about trying out any of the Logos Mobile Ed Courses now is a great time. Now through December 31st if you use our partner coupon code BibleGuide8 (please use our links too) you will receive 25% off any course. There are over 200 courses currently available.
Also, don’t forget, you have less than a week left to get the October free book of the month or either of the related discount books from the Works of Jonathan Edwards published by Yale University Press. Be sure to scroll down on the monthly sale page and enter Logos’s giveaway for a 3-volume set about Archaeology of the Land of the Bible if you haven’t already.
Christian Book’s Bible Sale of the Season runs until October 28th. There are so many good deals it was hard to pick a few to highlight. The NKJV Classic Verse-by-Verse Center-Column Comfort Print Reference Bible (Randy’s review of the standard here and the premier here) is on sale for $29.99 for the imitation leather ($34.99 thumb indexed) and $94.99 for the Premier edition. A few covers won’t ship until the 1st of November but they are still taking orders.
They have the NET Comfort Print Bible, Full-Notes Edition in brown genuine leather for $64.99 (Randy’s review here). I’m tempted by the beautiful floral decorated NIV Artisan Collection Bible in the darker pink. It’s a wide margin Bible similar in design to the Journal the Word Bibles but it would make a good addition to my collection if I get a chance to do a Choosing a Journaling Bible series. The various covers are on sale for between $23.99 and $29.99
Dayspring has a big sale on their Scripture filled cards, buy 2 get 1 free. The sale includes boxed sets, small bundles, and individual cards for all occasions including Thanksgiving and Christmas. One thing I really like about this kind of sale at Dayspring is they usually group similar priced items together to calculate your discount. For example, I put 3 boxed sets and 3 individual cards in my cart and they discounted the cheapest set and the cheapest card instead of just giving me two individual cards free. This sale ends 10/31.
They also have a Fall Home Decor Sale currently running. From now until October 31st get fall decor items 30% off by using coupon code FALL30. Over 60 different wall hangings, kitchen items or other decor are included.
You only have a few more days to enter Dayspring’s Win Your Wish List giveaway. 3 winners will be randomly chosen and entering is a simple 2 step process. First, log-in to your Dayspring account, or create one if you don’t have an account. Second, create a wish list or add to your existing one before Monday, October 28th at 11:59 p.m. CT.
We found the KJV Preaching Bible from Thomas Nelson in the Brown Premium Calfskin (Randy’s review here) on sale for $35.00. It’s on Amazon but it isn’t from Amazon so you’ll have to pay for shipping and we have no idea how long this pricing will last but it seemed too good of a deal not to pass along.
Church Bible Publishers has 9 different red-letter Bibles on sale. All of them are less than $5 off but any discount from a publisher that operates as a ministry and sells as close to cost as possible is good.
Evangelical Bible has extended their Sale on the Crossway ESV Heirloom Legacy Bible until Monday. The Black goatskin is on sale for $150 and the brown goatskin is $149.40.
We have a new affiliate, Art Impressions. I’ll be doing a post about them (either a spotlight or a Bible Journaling post featuring their stamps) in November but if you or someone you shop for Bible journals or does paper crafts you might want to click over and check them out. The 3 places I’d check out first is the sale page, the Christmas page, and the Bible Journaling page.
We welcome your feedback. If you ever want to recommend any item included in a sale we highlight or know of any other good sales on Bibles or related materials please share in the comments.
Photos are by a member of the Brown family or borrowed from the various store’s websites.