Half Price Books Black Friday 2019 Ad & Sale

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Half Price Books’ Black Friday sale is still a ways away. And although it’s too early to know what’s “officially” coming, you can scroll down the page to check out what was offered last year to get an idea of the deals that are likely to return again this year. We’ll be updating this page with the latest ad leaks, news, and rumors the moment we know more (or just signup to our newsletter and we’ll keep you informed).


Have any favorite books on the this weeks best seller list that you’re dying to read? Then let us know what they are in the comments section at the bottom of the page.


Updated on Saturday November 10, 2018: We just received a tip from one of our regular readers that Half Price Book’s Black Friday ad has just been leaked (thanks Jim!). It’s a short one pager — We’ve posted it for you down below.

In summary, Half Price Book’s is offering 20% off their entire store on Black Friday itself. That’s on Friday November 23, 2018 this year. While you’ll be able to shop the sale both in-stores and online, you may want to try being one of the first 100 people in line because they’ll be giving away free tote bags. Each one of those bags will have a free $5 gift card inside with one of them containing a $100 gift card. Maybe you’ll be that lucky person to get it this year!

In addition to that, Half Price Book’s has a offer right now for free $5 store credit with every $25 gift card you purchase. Orders made between November 1 and December 24, 2018 will qualify. The free credit earned can be then used from January 1-31, 2019.

Doors open at 9:00AM on Friday this year (they are closed all day on Thanksgiving). There’s a limit of one free tote bag per person for the first 100 people in line and you must be over the age of 16 to get it. That means it won’t help our odds of winning by making your underaged kids stand in line with you. See the ad scan before for official offer terms and conditions.


Are you interested in seeing some of HPB’s older Black Friday ads? Then follow the links below to take a walk down memory lane.

  • 2017: Page 1.

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