Kobo Beach Reads Contest: Get Up To 75% Discount Coupons

21 March 2015


Over at Kobo.com, they’re holding a Beach Reads trivia contest, in which they’re giving away daily coupon codes of between 10% and 75%, plus you can also enter to win some larger prizes. While we don’t normally do an individual blog post here on Bargainmoose for an individual contest (other than our own), this is technically a deal because of the free Kobo coupon codes! If you’re an avid Kobo reader, then these are incredibly useful when buying your eBooks.

The contest is currently on day two out of ten days. If you’re playing for the first time, you will have to register a new account. I mistakenly thought that my Kobo account would work for signing in, but it does not.

The first question I got was:

Mightier Than the Sword protagonist Harry Clifton launches a campaign for the release of fellow author Anatoly Babakov, who's imprisoned where?

I had no idea of the answer, so I just popped that in to google. The answer was Siberia. It than said,

You've received a 20% off coupon! Coupon code: ZEKJZK

I don’t know if the above coupon code is one-time use or multiple uses, so you’re welcome to give it a try if you need to. Please let us know in the comments below if you get a different code – then we will know if they’re generic or not. If you score a generic coupon code for 75%, then we’re all ears! Please let us know.

If you complete all 10 trivia questions, you’ll be in with the chance of winning the grand prize pack – a $1000 prepaid VISA credit card and two Kobo Aura H2O eReaders.

You can actually go back and complete the previous day’s questions too. Day 1 was:

In Danielle Steel’s Prodigal Son twins Peter and Michael McDowell grow up to find success in which fields, respectively?

Answer = Investment banking and medicine. Then it said:

You've received a 25% off coupon! Coupon code: HJG9CJ

Remember, Kobo coupon codes aren’t applicable to all titles on their site, there are some exclusions.

The above link shows you all the eBooks on Kobo which will accept your discount codes.

(Expires: 29th March 2015, excludes Quebec)

TOPICS:   Books


  • Linda
    Would love to do this but don't give out my birthdate. Not sure why they would require this!
    • Anna Waters EDITOR
      I always put in a fake one!

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