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You can browse and purchase publications, prints, and gifts online and collect at the shop. Under Level 5 restrictions, we are operating by appointment only, accommodating a safe and private collection service, allowing also for safe browsing of the bookshop and the HALFTONE print fair display. We can only accommodate safe access to one or two individuals from the same household.
To book your visit, use this webpage and select a 5 or a 30 minutes slot on a date and time that best suits you.
Remember, we ship internationally, so our Irish Book Week offers are a great opportunity to stock up for yourself or get ahead on the gift buying this year.
From now until the 24th October, use the discount code IrishBookWeek in our online store to avail of a 20% discount on all full price books. The discount will be automatically applied at the till if purchasing at the Temple Bar store, if Covid restrictions allow. Note that the discount does not apply to current sale items, but to the other hundreds of great publications.
In addition to the 20% discount, every purchase over €40 (shipping costs not included) will be served with a handy Books Are My Bag tote and a selection of postcards from the 100 Views of Contemporary Ireland series.
Can't decide what to get for yourself or someone loved, but have a budget or taste in mind? Don't stress, let us do the choosing for you - browse the themed Book Bundles containing carefully selected materials, at a considerable discount. The book bundles change regularly and there are one of each only, so grab them while you can!
Every purchase this October, no matter how big or small, in-store or online, is automatically entered into a draw. We will pick three names at random, at the end of the month, to win a PhotoIreland goody bag that contains:
Launch 6pm on Thursday 7 December at The Library Project
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