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How schools use our gift cards

National Book Tokens have been inspiring booklovers since 1932, and were the first voucher of their kind in the UK. They can be spent in thousands of bookshops everywhere and online. They are exclusively for books, and help to encourage reading for pleasure — which studies show doesn't just have an impact on academic achievement but has a positive effect on wellbeing too.

Wellington College

Wellington College

"We have been ordering large quantities of bespoke National Book Tokens for our Speech Day prizes for the past five years, and have always been impressed by the ease of the process. The branded tokens make the prize feel even more personal."

Dan Clements, Wellington College

London School of Economics and Political Science

London School of Economics

"We wanted to limit the reward to something educational and book-related and National Book Tokens are the perfect option for us"

Alexandre Smith, LSE

Sandwell College

Sandwell College

"We wanted to ensure that the students only bought books with the tokens, so we didn't need to explore any other options."

Janice Breakwell, Student Support Officer, Sandwell College

• The ideal reward as part of any literary or learning initiative
• Accepted in thousands of bookshops throughout the UK and Ireland, including all major bookselling chains and independent booksellers
• Can also be spent online
• Gives the recipients the freedom of choosing their books
• Discounts are available for bulk purchases
• Gift cards can be loaded with any amount from £5 to £250 (or €5 to €250)
• Create branded tokens with your own images and text, from your crest, to a class photo or school building

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