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Enter for a Chance to Win a $50 BiblioBucks Gift Certificate!

We’re celebrating our arrival at 3,000+ fans on Facebook, and we want to give three lucky customers a $50 BiblioBucks gift certificate! Simply enter the contest here on our blog.

We reached over 3,000 fans on Facebook and we wanted to take a moment to say, thank you. Thanks to you, Biblio is the largest independent marketplace online for used & rare books and booksellers!  Thanks for supporting us and our fellow independent booksellers.

Here at Biblio, we’ve got some exciting new projects underway, and we’ll be revealing these very soon. And in the meantime, we’d love to hear what you have to say about our company.

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We want to give away three $50 BiblioBucks gift certificates to three lucky customers!

So, here’s the deal:

  • Leave a comment below in the Comments section of this blog post. Tell us what you love about Biblio, or what you would like to see on our website in 2012.
  • Keep your comments short, clean and professional. We value your feedback!
  • On Monday, September 12 at 5pm EDT, we’ll close the comments section and randomly choose 3 people from the section. Each winner will receive a $50 BiblioBucks gift certificate .
  • We’ll announce the winners on Tuesday, September 13 at 9am EDT on our Facebook page and here on our blog.

The giveaway starts now! We look forward to your feedback to help us grow and become a better company.

Good luck!

Fine print, of course: No purchase necessary to enter. Only one (1) comment entry per person. Comments containing external links, spam, inappropriate language and/or violates our terms of use on our website will be removed. Comments made outside of this blog post or posted separately on Facebook or another venue cannot be entered into the giveaway. All comments must be approved by an administrator before being posted, so please do not leave multiple copies of the same comment. Contest runs from 9/8/2011-9/12/2011 5pm EDT. Winners will be contacted via the email address they leave in the comments section, and will be asked to create a free member account (if they do not already have one) in order to receive their BiblioBucks gift certificate.


  • I love the convenience that when I’m looking for a hard to find book……I can pull up Biblio and find it and in great collectors condition also.

  • I love everything about Biblio, I’ve been buying and selling there for years. The only thing I’d like to see change in 2012 is an increase in sales. Let’s continue to get bigger, better and more well-known. I’d love it if Biblio was my biggest-selling online venue.

  • I love the fact that Biblio supports small and independent book sellers, which is where one can find the best value and most interesting selection, rather than the hot thing of the moment, that soon passes. Keep up the good work, Biblio!

  • What I love about Biblio is, I think, what you love about Biblio. Mainly, that it is a wonderful combination of old and new. I am currently a student, but worked for many years as a journalist. I’m increasingly dismayed by a lack of attention shown to others, whether neighbors, colleagues, customers, as well as a lack of consideration for language. Biblio is a rare place that exhibits that kind of human attention. And, of course, I love Biblio most of all because they are a supporter of the small bookstore, and I have been able to find books I need as a theology/literature student, which is not always easy… best wishes, j. reek

  • Biblio is where I look for all of my collectable books – so many reputable dealers and quality books. Plus I can get lost on the site for hours just reading all of the collectable book descriptions!

  • Living in New Zealand it is often very hard to find the books I want. has almost everything I am looking for – even out of print books. Even with p

  • Congrats on your Facebook milestone. I love you folks as a bookseller and a book reader equally.
    As a bookseller, you make it easy for me to attract a quality audience and I also love the non-fee dealer to dealer transactions.
    As a book reader and someone very concerned with literacy, I love the good work that you do, through BiblioWorks.
    What would I like to see on in the New Year? Coupons. I loved the coupons you had a couple of years ago, printed on your bookmarks. If you could start that up again, that’d be awesome.
    All the best,
    Marc Monsarrat
    Bookmarc Books

  • I can’t read a digital book. Screen is too small. So I just have a pile of five going at once. And the other five hundred or so are unorganized on book shelves upstairs. Odd thing is, I know where to find what book I want when I want it. It is not exactly Library of Congress here, but it works for me.

  • The best titles at the most reasonable prices from the most reputable dealers. Did I hear some one say there’s an automated currency converter coming to to make foreign transactions even easier?

  • I collect certain books, and Biblio is the only way to get them, and at the best price. I love what Biblio does for independent book sellers and readers. Whenever a family member or friend can’t find a book, they ask me to find it for them–and I use Biblio! Next year.. hm.. Maybe allow users to add descriptions to books and series. A lot of books have no cover picture or even a back cover blurb to tell you what it’s about.

  • I love Biblio because they have hard-to-find books at reasonable prices. Used books rule! In 2012 I’d like to see some coupon specials, so much off $20, so much off $40, etc. Biblio has saved me hundreds of dollars over the years! Thank you, Biblio!

  • I love Biblio because it includes the York Emporium! This is my favorite bookstore in the world, and, because I recently moved, I haven’t been able to go there as often. Now I can browse its books online! Thank you!

  • I love to find the now out-of-print British children’s books that I read when I was young. Now I can buy them for my children to read.

  • I love that I can find books that interest me – even out-of-print books – at great prices and at independent sellers and that a percentage of my money goes to good causes. So buying books becomes an obligation, right?

    The web-site is easy to navigate and right off the top of my head I can’t think what ought to be changed. Keep up the good work!

  • You guys are honest. Fast delivery, epic selection, and BONUS – support for local stores.

    Website 2012: I’d like to see more cross-integration search ability – author/condition/edition/series/publisher/genre – link it all up!

  • The only place to be sure you are dealing with independent booksellers committed to bringing the very best books for the very best prices. The first place I look for my personal needs as well, and the website I recommend to friends and colleagues.

  • What I love about Biblio: finding the books I want in a timely manner at great prices, as well as discovering books new to me that I didn’t know I needed to read.

  • I love! I have never been disappointed. I always tell my friends and even strangers about how great they are.

  • The true mark of quality customer service is not how they act when things are going well but how they react when things do not go well. I did have a bad experience with a seller — once — and cannot praise biblio enough for how they helped to resolve the matter. I unreserved recommend biblio to any and all!

  • My local bookstore put me on to you guys when they didn’t have a book I wanted, and I haven’t gone back to that ‘other’ online bookseller since! Thanks for helping us book-loving buyers connect with the book-loving sellers out there.

  • Quite simply the best search engine of any book site I’ve found. The ability to filter by condition is extremely useful.

  • Wow! That was fast. I just ordered two books about Flight #93 by Lisa Beamer, and I’ve never completed an order so quickly! And to top it off—shipping was free. It doesn’t get any easier than that. Since I write book reviews for our church newspaper, you can be sure I’ll be back!

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