A full bookshelf provides not only a conversation piece for guests, but also lessens the odds they'll pull out the tome that triggers the trapdoor to your shrine to Don Knotts. Build up book collections and safeguard secrets with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of gently used books, CDs, DVDs, and more at Used Book Superstore. This Groupon is good at the following store locations: Burlington, MA; Saugus, MA; Danvers, MA; Nashua, NH; and Salem, NH.
Used Book Superstore is a foster home for more than 100,000 previously loved books, games, CDs, records, and DVDs. Browse books in all conceivable categories, from classic literature and U.S. political biographies to feng shui and culinary fiction. Paperbacks ($1.99) treat novel lovers to a fiction feeding frenzy, while more reserved non-fiction fans can pick up a hardcover tome ($2.99) big enough to secretly conceal their Babysitter’s Club collection (kids books, $1.29). DVDs ($4), VHS tapes ($1.49), and books on tape ($1.49) are on hand at each location. Music enthusiasts can search the Salem and Danvers stores to discover long-forgotten vinyl ($0.25–$3), or the Burlington and Danvers locations to uncover CDs ($0.50–$2). The Burlington, Nashua, and Salem stores are stocked with games and software ($1–$3), and all stores have a special $1 selection filled with frequently changing novel novelties. Visit any one of the neat and organized stores to peruse wonders of the written word without fear of being attacked by librarians.
Yelpers give Used Book Superstore's Burlington and Danvers locations an average of 4.5 stars each; three more give its Nashua location a perfect five-star average. Used Book Superstore has more than 1,600 Facebook fans:
Used Book Superstore
Well-lit and painstakingly organized, Used Book Superstores upend images of the precariously balanced stacks and dusty hardcovers most people associate with used book stores. More than 100,000 new and gently used books—from current bestsellers to staples of the literary world—sprawl across each of the five mammoth locations, which, like so many shattered crates of tea, dot the landscape of the greater Boston and south New Hampshire region. As bookworms hunker down with hardcovers, paperbacks, and children's books, neglected friends can peruse the store's voluminous selection of music, DVDs, and toys, all of which sell for a fraction of their original cost.
“The man who assisted me in my book purchases was knowledgeable about book genres and directed me to the proper sections. ”
“Great book store! Too bad the one in Nashua closed.”