Wednesday, May 24, 2017

5 Awesome eBook Deal Newsletters You Need To Subscribe To

5 Awesome eBook Deal Newsletters You Need To Subscribe To

Love eBook deals?

Here are 5 newsletters that I think you should to subscribe to!

5 Awesome eBook Deal Newsletters


Riffle newsletter

This email list shows ebook deals on a variety of platforms; Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo. I love receiving this email because of the amount of information that is included. For every listing, there is:

  • An image of the book cover,
  • The title and author of the book,
  • A short synopsis of the book, 
  • The sale price as well as the previous price,
  • The date that the sale ends,
  • The category the book is in,
  • Links to each platform the sale is available on.

So from a quick scroll through, you can see all of the important information right there! There’s no need to click through to learn more about the book or what the sale price is.

This list is also tailored to the interests you select when you sign up!

Riffle newsletter preferences

The sign up process does take a few minutes, but it is definitely worth it! Each bit you fill out helps them tailor the book sales to you specifically.

Bonus: There is a lovely website platform that you can use to read reviews about books and both follow and engage with other readers!

Subscribe to Riffle here!

Book Riot’s "Today’s Featured Deals"

Book Riot’s "Today’s Featured Deals" newsletter

Book Riot has a ton of really great email lists that you can subscribe to. If you haven’t already, I would highly recommend checking them out (here)!

With Today’s Featured Deals, Book Riot puts together a quick post featuring some new deals on ebooks. Each entry lists the book title, the author, the price, and the book cover image.

Another awesome feature of this email is the list of past deals that are still active. I’ve found a number of great deals thanks to this email list!

Book Riot’s "Today’s Featured Deals" deals

Note: These sales are for Amazon kindle books only.

Learn more about the deals newsletter here!

Early Bird Books

Early Bird Books newsletter

This is another newsletter that sends a daily list with sales from various platforms including; Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Google, and Kobo.  Each listing shows the genre of the book, the title and author, the sale price and the original price, the date the deal expires, as well as the book cover image and a  short blurb.

When you sign up with Early Bird Books, you can also tailor the email to best fit your interests.

Early Bird Books preference options

Subscribe to Early Bird Books here!


BookBub newsletter

Similar to Riffle, the sign up process here is more than just giving them your email address. But I would highly recommend taking the 3-5 minutes to complete your account. When going through the sign-up process, you will choose your genre preferences, pick your reading device (options include Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iBooks, Google Play, and Kobo), follow your favorite authors,

The options for preferences in this list are also incredible! There are SO many choices! Check it out:

BookBub genre options

Subscribe to BuubBub here!

Pixel of Ink

Pixel of Ink newsletter

This used to be my favorite ebook newsletter. Unfortunately, the format of this email was changed a few months ago and it no longer gives me all the details that I want at a first glance.

It used to list each book with the the sale price or indicate which books were free... But now you need to click the links within the email which then bring you to a Pixel of Ink website page. On this page, you do get more information about the book, but to get the prices, you need to click again.

So it is a bit of a hassle, but I would still recommend subscribing for the deals.

Subscribe to Pixel of Ink here!

Thanks for reading!
Do you subscribe to a eBook newsletter that I didn't mention here? I would love to hear about it in the comments section below!


  1. I'm on Book Bub and I've heard of Riffle, but the others are new to me. I'm also on Instafreebies list and Bookperk and a whole bunch of authors lists.

    1. Oh, I will have to check out Instafreebies and Bookperk. Thanks for commenting!