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

2 October 2014


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.

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  • 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.

TOPICS:   Toys   Books   Clothing

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