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June 2

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Buy One, Get One Free On All City Guides

Posted by on June 2, 2015 at 11:20 AM

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Buy One, Get One Free On All City Guides

Going somewhere? Take me please! If you plan on seeing a few cities this summer, you might want a guide along with you. No, I don’t mean me, I mean a Lonely Planet city guide. Right now they’ve got a terrific offer on, getting you a free city guide when you buy another using the coupon code. Click through the link below and you’ll be taken to the spot where it says city guides (as the other guides are not included).

Click here to shop @ Lonelyplanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: CITY241
  • Discount: Buy one, get one free
  • Expiry: 5th June 2015 (5pm EST)

If you want the actual hardcover book, they ship from the U.S., so you’ll see additional duties and shipping costs. But, you can take a different route and get the ebook or PDF chapters. The PDF chapters are not buy one, get one free, so you are better off to do the ebooks, which are actually also your cheapest option, since they are on sale too!

There are different formats of ebook like EPUB, MOBI and PDF, so you have your choice based on your reader. I think this is so much a better option than a traditional book, as you can take it with you right on your phone or tablet, which means you have less to carry. You can find the section you want much easier as well.

There are quite a few cities available and one that I’ve actually read and found super helpful is the San Francisco guidebook. I wrote this article, as well, about my trip, so I hope it also can save you some money. The ebook was regularly $21.99 and is now $15.39. I have to say that if you haven’t been, it is one city you’ll want to see. I would go back again and again and it is probably my most favourite city in the world and I’ve been to quite a few!

Another city that I have visited and loved is London. While the smell took me a bit to get used to, it is a very historic city with so much history. I would definitely go back and take the London city guidebook with me. It has the same pricing as the San Francisco guidebook, so basically, you’ll pay $15.39 for two guidebooks.

Bargainmoosers, where are you heading on your next city trip?

Photo credit: Eva Webster

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January 21

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Get 50% Off Site-Wide!

Posted by on January 21, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Get 50% Off Site Wide!

Winter always has me dreaming about all the fantastic places in the world I want to visit. Right now, you can start planning your trip and get 50% off cover prices @ Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet offers most of their guidebooks in e-book format, which means you will not have to worry about shipping. If you prefer a hard copy, you can receive free Canadian shipping automatically if your order is over $40.

Click here to use the Lonely Planet coupon code online now

  • Coupon Code: SECRET50
  • Discount: 50% off cover prices
  • Expires: 23rd January 2015

Now folks, this coupon code does get a little awkward, so let’s make sure we understand what is happening in the shopping cart before you purchase. The 50% off discount applies to the recommended retail price, not the sale price. The recommended retail price is the original price before any sales or discounts are applied. The good news is 50% off is more than the discount currently being offered as a sale price. If you are intrigued, try popping a book into your cart with the coupon code and you will quickly see what I mean.

Where you really score a deal here is if you order guidebooks in e-book format. No shipping is necessary so that means you have no minimum for this sale. eBooks are available in PDF, EPUB and MOBI formats. That easily covers Kindles, Kobos, Android Devices, Apple Devices and more. I usually read most of my e-books on my iPhone using the free iBooks app and I typically download the ePub format as a personal preference. I’ve noticed ePub has a lot of compatibility with iBooks to use all of the features of the program such as bookmarks, writing notes, definitions available within text for unfamiliar words, highlighting, etc.

If you prefer a hard copy there is free shipping available if you spend a minimum of $40. I find that with this sale you have to buy quite a few books to reach that $40 minimum. The good news is if you do a combination of eBooks and hard copy books, the eBook prices will apply towards your $40 to qualify for free shipping. If you are thinking about mixing and matching between eBook and paper copies, you are in luck. Look at my shopping cart below and you will see all the books I picked up are eBooks except one inexpensive paper copy. I am over the $40 minimum on my total order and now qualify for free shipping.

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Get 50% Off Site Wide!

The hard copy books seem to ship from the US. Buyer beware, you may be charged duties upon delivery as they do not clarify on their site. If you opt for the free shipping it takes anywhere from 1 to 4 weeks! If you are digging eBooks, I think that is the way to go on this deal to get the best value for your money.

I am noticing a few guidebooks in eBook format I might be interested in snagging before my next vacation. There is both a Florida (was $24.99 now $8.74) and Miami and The Keys (was $21.99 now $7.70) guidebook, which is a hot location for an inexpensive tropical vacation and could give me some great insider tips on my next trip. Cuba is another hot location for a fabulous vacation on the cheap. The Cuba travel guide was $24.99 but is now $8.74. I would also be interested in this Europe On A Shoestring guidebook which was $29.99 but is now $10.50. I have been meaning to plan a European holiday but still need to save a little more cash first.

Bargainmoosers, where are you looking forward to traveling for your next holiday?

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(Expiry: 23rd January 2015)

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January 10

Get the Lonely Planet New In Travel 2015 eBook Free

Posted by on January 10, 2015 at 8:30 AM

Get the Lonely Planet New In Travel 2015 eBook Free

Are you watching the snow blow by your window, dreaming of your next vacation? I know I’m not the only one! I’ve been researching all of my vacations for the next 20 years, just so I can keep my spirits up during this frigid cold. Lonely Planet has just release a new e-book based on the hottest new experiences for this coming year and you can download it for free.

You can choose how you’d like to download your e-book for either iPad or iPhone or a PDF version. The Kindle versions are only for U.S. and U.K.

I already downloaded my copy, as I love hearing about fun new experiences that I can enjoy with or without my family. I wasn’t kidding when I said I’ve got the next 20 years of vacations planned (or dreamt of really), but I’m always excited to add another fun experience to my bucket list.

Looking through the e-book, I’ve found a few to add. One for example is doing a cape canopy tour in Western Cape, South Africa. Ever since I saw the movie Blended, I wanted to go to South Africa. I’ve also always wanted to try zip-lining and I think that would be a super fun vacation with my kids.

Another fun experience that is mentioned in the e-book is whale watching in Argentina on a yellow submarine. I don’t think I need to say much more than yellow submarine here do I? I would love to visit South America and while I’ve only whale watched in Quebec, it was quite an amazing experience.

Almost every idea I saw in the e-book went on my bucket list, and it was thrilling just to read them. This is a short little read, but they’ve got 26 ideas for unique travel ideas that are new this year and last. With all I want to do, the only thing left to do after reading this e-book is ask the boss for a raise!

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October 2

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: BOGO Free On All Kid’s Books

Posted by on October 2, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: BOGO Free On All Kids Books

Lonely Planet has just opened a new section on their site, just for kids and they’ve got a promo code to go with it. Get one kid’s book and get the second free with coupon.

Click here to shop @ Lonelyplanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: 241KIDS
  • Discount: Buy one, get one free
  • Expiry: 31st October 2014

You might wonder why your kids need travel guides. Well, they don’t. Lonely Planet Kids is much more than that. They have books that will foster your kid’s love of the world. There are also fun apps and games to play on their site. I don’t know about you, but I love it when my kids play games that teach them something and learning about our Earth is so important if we want kids who will respect and love it. I love to travel and although my kids have barely been out of our province, I want to foster the love of travel in them too. Life is too short not to see as many places as you can and experience something new every day!

Sticker books are something that all of my boys love, no matter their age. This Adventures in Cold Places sticker book is great for a long drive (or flight!), giving your kids 48 pages worth of stuff to do. Don’t forget the siblings who will want their own books, like this Adventures in Wild Places sticker book. Both books sell for $9.99 U.S., but add both to your cart, along with the promo code and you’ll see your total at $9.99.

If stickers aren’t what you are looking for, check out the Amazing World Atlas that is filled with maps, history and facts. I know my oldest son would read this book from cover to cover. It goes for $20, but get another for a niece or nephew to capitalize on the savings and their book will be free, saving you the $20 you would have spent on their gift.

Shipping is free when you spend over $40 and because they ship from the U.S., you might be wary of duties or fees. Always look to the Lonely Planet coupon page for coupons before you shop.

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September 3

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides

Posted by on September 3, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides

Ring, ring, London’s calling (or plenty of other top cities Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides )! If you’re planning on travelling and need a city guide, then check out Lonely Planet because until the end of the week, you can take advantage of a “buy one, get one free” deal on all city guide. Just add two books to your cart, apply the promo code below and voila, the price on the second book will be strike-through and the word “free” will appear instead.

Buy one city guide, get one free @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: FREECITY
  • Discount: BOGO offer on all city guides
  • Expiry: 5th September 2014

I tried the Lonely Planet promo code above on country guide but alas, it truly is only on city guides. Lonely Planet’s site can be a little confusing to navigate, but if you click the link above, then you will see a list of all of the city guides eligible for this promotion. Although all prices on Lonely Planet’s site are in USD, shipping is nevertheless free on orders over $40 to Canada. There are over 80 city guides to choose from and they are all for top cities like Moscow, Vienna, Paris, Seoul, etc. Even a couple of American cities have made it on the list like: Boston, Seattle and Chicago.

London has been one of the cities that I have always wanted to visit but I wouldn’t even know where to start. Searching the net for places to visit and things to go is great and all but the overflow of information can oftentimes be confusing and sometimes, it’s nicer to just read a book or a city guide in this case.

If you’re looking to learn about plenty of cities or if you plan on travelling to several ones in one trip but don’t want to carry that many city guides with you, then you can also take advantage of the BOGO offer on digital versions of these city guides. In fact, the promotion will still work even if you add an actual book alongside an eBook to your cart or even if you choose the bundle option, which is a guide for any given city in both a print and digital format. The bundled price is cheaper than if you were to get these separately. For instance, the Bangkok city guide in print form is $21.99, in digital form is $15.39 and as a bundle is $28.59. These are also the average prices that you can expect to see on almost all of the city guides.

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August 20

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Free eBook with Guidebook Purchase

Posted by on August 20, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: Free eBook with Guidebook Purchase

Lonely Planet has released a new coupon code. Purchase a guidebook and receive any ebook for free.

Click here to shop @ Lonely Planet now

  • Coupon Code: EBOOKFREE
  • Discount: free eBook with book purchase
  • Expiry: 22nd August 2014

Choose any print book and any eBook. Add both copies to your cart and then apply the coupon code. It will take off the cost off the eBook. This is, essentially, a two for one deal that can come in handy if you are traveling to a couple different places this coming year.

When we go anywhere truly exotic, we like to pick up the travel books. It really improves the quality of our trip and we use the guidebook to ensure we are not missing any big attractions during our stay. If you are traveling to Iceland, I suggest picking up the physical copy of the travel guide. A lot of the country is wild so you might not want to be carting your tablet around with the eBook version. The Iceland Travel Guide retails for $25.99 USD. It is probably my favourite place that we have traveled to so far. The air was incredibly clean and the weather was absolutely perfect (we went in May). There was so much to do and see as well. I loved hiking up a glacier, snorkeling the rift, and caving in volcano tubes.

Second on my list of favourite places that I have visited is New Zealand. They have amazing foliage, beautiful beaches including black sand (which is so soft on your feet), and one of the most volcanically active surfaces in the world: Rotarua. It is an incredible place to visit and I would love to go back. Well, except for the horribly long flight. Pick up the eBook version of the New Zealand Travel Travel Guide. The eBook retails for $19.59 USD, but you will receive it free with the above coupon code.

I am all about experiencing new things, but I had such fun in these places that I really want to go back. I feel like I can do so much more in these beautiful countries.

Lonely Planet offers free shipping on orders over US$40.  I found that my order was still free as long as the original price was over $40, even if the coupon brought it under that.

Check the Bargainmoose forums for more Lonely Planet coupons that you might find useful.

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July 16

Lonely Planet Promo Code: 50% Off Everything

Posted by on July 16, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Lonely Planet Promo Code: 50% Off Everything

Do you have travel plans in the near future, or are you constantly planning that dream vacation in your head?  I’ve found a juicy promo code to help you with your plans, real or imaginary, with 50% off everything at Lonely Planet.  They are calling this code a secret, but we’re letting the cat out of the bag.

Click here to shop @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: LPSECRET
  • Discount: 50% off
  • Expiry: 18th July 2014

I am currently planning a few trips, both real and imaginary.  We are going to go back to New York City in the fall.  The last time we visited (the first trip there for both of us), we had a whirlwind 36 or so hours in the city.  We saw some of the bigger sites like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Centre, and Times Square.  We did find ourselves a little overwhelmed and slightly lost from time to time.  I found this great deal on the City Box Set Limited Edition (USD$30.00 with coupon offer, reg. $59.99) which includes city guides for Paris, London and New York City.  Paris and London are high on my travel wish list, so this deal will help me out in the present and future.

Another cool resource I found is the Cycling in France Guide.  You can choose from the book (USD$12.50, reg. $24.99), eBook (USD$8.74, reg. $24.99) or you can purchase PDF copies of individual chapters (USD$2.48, reg. $4.95).  A little secret of my own is that I’m hoping my boyfriend will pop the question one of these days, and I’m hoping for a glorious honeymoon in Europe, with a strong focus in France.  I am a lover of all things wine, and my boyfriend is an avid cyclist.  I figure we can both be really, really happy with a honeymoon spent cycling the French countryside with some stops at Chateaux to sample wine along the way.

We recently blogged about another sale at Lonely Planet, you can check that out here to see what Eva had to say about Lonely Planet’s print and digital guidebooks.

Lonely Planet offers free shipping on orders over US$40.  I found that my order was still free as long as the original price was over $40, even if the coupon brought it under that.

Check back to Bargainmoose forums for more Lonely Planet coupons anytime!

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July 12

Lonely Planet Canada: 30% Off All Print & Digital Guide Books

Posted by on July 12, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Lonely Planet Canada: 30% Off All Print & Digital Guide Books

Going somewhere? I hope so! If you are travelling somewhere in the near future, you might want a guide book to show you the best spots. You can get either the download or the print version of the book from Lonely Planet for 30% off right now.

I have a friend on Facebook who is travelling through Ecuador right now. Her trip sounds absolutely amazing, filled with the Amazon, hot springs, living with locals and hikes through the jungle. I’m sure she did a ton of research before leaving as with a trip like this, you’d want to know everything. South America is one of the next stops on my travel list and I’m actually thinking of Peru. Peru has it all – rainforest and desert, archaeological sites and hot restaurants. I won’t know where to go, except by reading the Lonely Planet guide, where someone else has done all the research for me. I am a hardcore print book reader, but that option will cost me the most at USD $18.19 (reg. $25.99). My husband would probably rather have the ebook, which costs $12.73 (reg. $25.99), but that also saves me the shipping if I were to spend less than $40, at which point shipping is free.

Besides visiting other countries, I’d love to just see my own. Canada has some amazing things to see and it is nice to keep my money in my local economy. If you are planning on travelling to a particular province, you can get just individual chapters. I’d like to visit the East Coast next, so I could just buy Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI and Newfoundland for now, at a cost of $3.46 a chapter in PDF (reg. $4.95).

No matter where you want to go, or read about, Lonely Planet has the book for you. I love that I don’t have to order and wait for my book, I can just download and print or read it on my device.

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May 27

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: All eBooks For Only $8.99 (Not $28+!)

Posted by on May 27, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Lonely Planet Coupon Code: All eBooks For Only $8.99 (Not $28+!)

For a few days only, Lonely Planet has released a coupon code to get the digital eBook versions of any of their fantastic travel guides for only $8.99 each! Here’s what you have to do:

Click here to use the Lonely Planet coupon code now

  • Coupon Code: NEWEBOOK
  • Discount: All eBooks for $8.99
  • Expires: 29th May 2014

The above coupon code is for a discount on the original prices on LonelyPlanet.com. For example, the Canada guide was showing up as $19.59, down from $27.99. When adding the coupon code, it took $19 off the original price, bringing the total to only $8.99 for this eBook.

If you’re going anywhere this spring and summer for more than a few days, I’d highly recommend getting a copy of the Lonely Planet guidebook for your destination. They’re an excellent resource.

I’ve used the Lonely Planet guide books in many cities and countries round the world. As well as owning the hard copies of a number of these books, I’ve also borrowed some from friends. E.g. When going on a city break to Rome, I borrowed a friend’s Lonely Planet guide just for that, then returned it when I was finished. I own copies of the guides for Iceland, Barcelona, London and a few others. I find that they’re excellent guides, giving you some really pertinent local knowledge.

Yes, you can google for a lot of this information before you leave your home, but it’s very nice to have a guide book out and about with you when you’re in the foreign city. You can learn many things from these Lonely Planet guidebooks which could come in useful. For example, the Barcelona guidebook made the recommendation that when sitting at a street café, if you have a bag or rucksack, slip the straps underneath the leg of your chair to prevent bag snatchers running off with your possessions with ease. We did just that at a café, and noticed a strange dude appearing to read the café menu near us, whilst trying to slide our rucksack away with his foot. We noticed and he scampered off. Thank you Lonely Planet!

Please note the formats that these Lonely Planet books come in and make sure they are compatible with your device before you purchase. E.g. EPUB, MOBI, PDF.

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April 15

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2-For-1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Posted by on April 15, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2 For 1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Planning to travel any time soon or maybe even in a far off future? Then you’re going to need to become an expert on your travel destination. Luckily, Lonely Planet is here to help with a 2-for-1 special on all travel guidebooks and eBooks, including those for kids!

Click here to shop @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: EGGSPLORE
  • Discount: 2 for 1 deal on all books and eBooks
  • Expiry: 18th April 2014

The internet is great for learning about a new destination, but a comprehensive guidebook is even better. Lonely Planet has a book out for just about any destination in any continent and the best part about their selection is that they also have specialized books like Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand, Food Lover’s Guide To The World, Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel 2014, The Book Of Everything, and countless of other great sounding titles!

Prices vary per book but you can expect to pay around $20 for a print title and almost $15 for a PDF eBook. Although of course, with the code above, you will be getting two titles for the price of just one.

Keep in mind that all prices are in USD and shipping is also free on orders over $40. If you happen to miss this great promotion, then be sure to grab one of our other Lonely Planet promo codes to save 30% on travel guides instead.

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February 8

Lonely Planet Canada: Buy 2 Guidebooks & Get 3rd Free

Posted by on February 8, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Lonely Planet Canada: Buy 2 Guidebooks & Get 3rd Free

Going somewhere this year and want more information about your destination? Lonely Planet has a guide book for every imaginable destination in the world. You can get print books or PDFs that you can use on your portable device or to print only the pages you want. Right now they are offering three guide books for the price of two.

My husband and I might be heading to California in the early summer, which is extremely exciting for me as it is a trip on my bucket list. I want to drive the coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles, staying at various stops along the way. While I did quite a bit of research online already, I really want to take a look at what Lonely Planet has to say about where to stop on our trip. Since we’ll be in the vehicle for a good portion of the trip, bringing the book along to learn about the history of the places we are driving through will be fun.

The most important book we can get I would think is this Coastal California travel guidebook. It has seven authors so you know you won’t get biased information, 71 easy-to-use maps, restaurant recommendations and 75 beaches. The ebook is actually on sale for $13.99, was $19.99, or I can get the book for $19.99. The bundle with the PDF and book is discounted to $25.99 from $33.98.

Since we’ll be hitting the big cities, I would also get the Discover San Francisco ($21.99) and the Pocket Los Angeles ($13.99) books too, both are only available as books.

I could get all three books for the price of $41.98, saving me a total of $13.99 with the Pocket Los Angeles book free.

Shipping is free when you spend over $40, unless you are just getting the PDF books, where there is no shipping. All prices are in U.S. funds.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 12

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup

Posted by on October 12, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, which means a lot of new coupons.  This week, there are some great new coupon codes to take advantage of that will save you up to an additional 40% on your purchases. There are also some free shipping coupons to use as well.

Here is a look at some of the great coupons we have on our forum:

These are just a few of the coupon codes you will find posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.  Make sure to check back often, because new coupons get posted multiple times each and everyday.

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October 4

LonelyPlanet Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 50% Off PDF eBooks & Chapters

Posted by on October 4, 2013 at 5:00 PM

LonelyPlanet Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 50% Off PDF eBooks & Chapters

This deal is so good we’re doing it twice! Enjoy travel PDF eBooks and Chapters for 50% off.

Click here to shop for eBooks and Chapters @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: 50MOOSE
  • Discount: 50% off PDF eBooks and Chapters
  • Expiry: 14th October 2013

Lonely Planet is doing something very interesting with their eBooks that I haven’t seen before. Maybe I haven’t seen it because I don’t buy a lot of reference books, but in any event, it’s cool. What they are doing is letting you buy individual chapters of books. If you’re going to India, you might want to pick up their brand new India Travel Guide – 15th Edition for $12.24 after our 50% off coupon. If you are only going to Delhi, however, why get the whole book? Just pick up that section of the book with our coupon code for $2.48!

I think a lot of people would just use the internet for their info when travelling, but having a professional, especially when you’re in a strange land, is way more comforting. If you’re going to New Hampshire, you probably don’t have to get a professionally done guide book (although you could) since you can just go ask someone if you have a question. Their culture is similar enough to ours that there is no real barrier there. When you’re in a totally foreign culture though, the last thing you want to do is ask someone where some museum is and end up upsetting someone because you made the wrong gesture or used the wrong words.

For more Lonely Planet coupons, be sure to visit the Bargainmoose forum!

LonelyPlanet Canada Coupon Code: Exclusive 50% Off PDF eBooks & Chapters

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August 18

Lonely Planet Canada Coupon Code: 50% Off PDF eBooks & Chapters

Posted by on August 18, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Lonely Planet Canada Coupon Code: 50% Off PDF eBooks & Chapters

Going away? Don’t go alone! Get your own personal guide for 50% off from LonelyPlanet!

Click here to shop for guide PDF eBooks @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: EBOOK50
  • Discount: 50% off PDF eBooks
  • Expiry: 23rd August 2013

I’m not a traveller. My mom was a traveller when she was younger, but it never really caught on with me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m taking my family to Disney when my boy is a bit older, and we take trips a few times a year. I’m just not like some people who need to convert all my money to Pula and ride a Donkey through Botswana. It’s just not my thing.

I’ll tell you what, I feel enough like a dummy when I ask a restaurant in the States for a pop and they look at me funny. Soda, right? I can’t imagine going to Egypt or Russia or Spain and completely messing something up. Ask where the bathroom is and find out you’ve just challenged the president’s mother to a knit-off to the death. Not a good scene.

So, get ready for your next trip with some of these guide books. Even if you aren’t going away, I’m sure some of these would be interesting reads to learn about a new place or culture. They also have the option to buy individual chapters. Let’s say you are buying their Middle East Phrasebook – 2nd Edition but you only want to know Farsi phrases, you can buy just the Farsi section. The prices per chapter are fairly high compared to the whole book, so it’s best to get the whole thing, but it’s up to you. Regardless of what you get, you get it for 50% off with our exclusive coupon code! These are PDF downloads, so there is no shipping.

Check out our Lonely Planet Canada coupon code page for more deals!

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August 8

Lonely Planet Coupon: Exclusive 50% Off PDF & Digital Books

Posted by on August 8, 2013 at 10:00 PM

Lonely Planet Coupon: Exclusive 50% Off PDF & Digital Books

Looking to go on vacation and need to read up a bit on your destination? Enjoy this exclusive Bargainmoose coupon code for 50% off PDF ebooks & digital chapters of travel books at Lonely Planet.

Click here to shop digital travel guides @ Lonely Planet now

  • Coupon Code: MOOSE50
  • Discount: 50% off PDF ebooks and digital chapters
  • Expiry: 14th October 2013

You will get 50% off the regular-price of the book. For example the New Southeast Asia phrasebook – 3rd Edition is $9.99 full price but after our coupon code you can get it for $4.99. That is better than the current sale price of $6.99.

I am interested in the Hawaii travel guide – 11th Edition because it is on my list of places to go. The full price of the book is $22.99 so you can get the book for only $11.49 after coupon. Or you can buy individual chapters which are usually $4.95 a chapter and now only $2.48 after coupon. This is a great deal if you are planning on only going to one of the Islands and don’t need a tour book on all of Hawaii.

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Check out the Bargainmoose forum for more Lonely Planet coupon codes.

Lonely Planet Coupon: Exclusive 50% Off PDF & Digital Books

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