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What You'll Get
For $5, today's deal gets you $10 worth of used books, toys, and more at Gottwals Books. This deal is valid at the any of the shop's three Georgia locations in Macon, Warner Robins, or Byron.
Named the Small Business of the Month in April 2010 by The Warner Robins Area Chamber of Commerce, Gottwals Books offers word-consumers an overflowing library of second-hand stories complemented by a cornucopia of toys and gifts. Science fiction ($2.97–$3.97), westerns ($2.47–$3.47), young adult ($1.97–$3.97), and other fiction ($2.97–$7.97) mingle in the realm of reality with biographies ($4.97–$7.97), cookbooks, and reference ($2.97–$6.97), with a mélange of both popular and out-of-print publications. Educational toys from Melissa & Doug ($0.97–$149.97), Papyrus greeting cards ($2.95–$3.95), and logoed store totes ($1.97) distract digits and round out the retailer's repertoire. Any books adopted under this deal qualify for Gottwals’s book trade-in program, meaning bibliophiles can bring books back for a store credit worth 50% of the piece's purchased value, which can be used to cover up to 50% off future purchases of used books.
Macon's CBS 13 WMAZ previewed the opening of Gottwals Books' Macon branch and Macon's FOX 24 reported on the store in Warner Robins. The Warner Robins Area Chamber of Commerce named named the Warner Robins branch its April 2010 small business of the month. Nearly 870 Facebookers are fans of Gottwals Books.
- With business booming the Gottwals are opening a second used book store at the Peach Shops in Byron. Their family friendly approach seems to be working. – Matt Jolley, FOX 24
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1/visit. In-store only. Not valid toward special orders, sale items or in combination w/store credit. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid w/other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.