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Buying books from Bookshop.org financially benefits local bookshops across the UK.
Simply select your local bookshop on the site and then browse the full range of books or view the bookshop's curated lists.
Spend online at Blackwell's, whose first bookshop on Broad Street, Oxford opened its doors in 1879 and they have been trading continuously from there ever since.
Spend online at Foyles, part of Waterstones, which has seven bookshops across London, Chelmsford, Birmingham and Bristol, known for its expertise and passion for books.
Spend online at Stanfords, the leading London retailer of maps and travel books, established in 1853 by Edward Stanford, as well as general fiction and non-fiction for armchair travellers.
Spend online at Dubray Books, one of Ireland's biggest booksellers with a range of 200,000 books. It was founded in 1973 by Helen Clear in the seaside town of Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Spend online at O'Mahony's, a family business founded in 1902 in Limerick by J.P. O'Mahony, grandfather of the current owner, Frank.
Spend online at Blackwell's, which accepts Euros and features thousands of books, including bestsellers, signed books, and academic books.
For a specialist or curated range of books online, you can spend at a number of independent bookshops:
The world has changed, but booklovers still love choosing books. A National Book Tokens gift card doesn't expire for 8 years, so you have loads of time to spend it.Browse instore once your local bookshop has safely reopened, or ask about using National Book Tokens for collection or delivery. Many indies accept National Book Tokens over the phone, social media, or by email – they just need your gift card number and PIN – and you can also use your gift cards for click and collect from your local Waterstones.