We are entering the second day of Prime Day 2022 (the last day). Even though the sale has been going on for a while, luckily there is no shortage of offers. But one of the best deals doesn’t even require a Prime membership. Amazon is holding a “buy 1, get 1 half” sale on books (see the full sale here). Tons of books are eligible for sale, including many art books and encyclopedias based on things like video games, movies, and comics.
If you do have a Prime membership (You can get one here), you can enjoy many more offers. Check out our megapost of the best Prime Day deals.
Book Sale: Buy 1 Get 1 Half Price
These choices barely scratch the surface of all eligible books for buy 1, get 1 half off sale. Tons of other novels and non-fiction books are included in the deal. You can check out the full sale to see what you might like.
Other Prime Day book deals
The following books aren’t included in the buy 1, get 1 half sale above, but they’re some of our audience’s favorite books, and they’re all discounted at new all-time low prices.
The Illustrated Edition of The Lord of the Rings for $29
This deal isn’t part of the sale, but it’s a proven Prime Day deal very popular with our audience, so I think it deserves a place here. You can pick up the recently released book The Lord of the Rings Illustrated Edition, with illustrations by JRR Tolkien himself, for a new all-time low price. It’s a gorgeous hardcover edition, and it’s on sale for 60% off. Not bad.
Marvel Penguin Classics are on sale at new low prices
The Penguin Classics line, which typically publishes books like Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, appeared on classic Marvel comics. These three hardcover collections are on sale at new all-time low prices during Prime Day.
Skyrim Library Collection Hits New Low Price
The popular Skyrim Library collection has also dropped to a new all-time low price on Amazon, when you clip the coupon on the page.
More Great Prime Day Deals
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Chris Reed is a business expert and commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.