|New Clearance & Closeout Sale Items!|
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We've just added 50 more items to our Clearance Sale and Closeout Deals categories, with savings of one-third to half off! We've got Bagge classics, Clowes novelties, pin-up books, great but obscure graphic novels, and much more at slashed prices. And we'll be adding still more in the coming weeks and months. Go! Browse! Buy!
NOTHING SAYS LOVE LIKE COMIX!
Looking for a perfect Valentine’s gift for that special someone? Or just want to catch up on your reading during dreary winter weather? You’re in luck!
Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery in Seattle is mounting a special sale of lovely comix and graphic novels this Thursday through Saturday, February 12, 13 and 14. Hundreds of new and slightly damaged books are reduced from 20% to 50%.
While bargain hunting, you can view our delightful new exhibition, UNLOVABLE by Esther Pearl Watson, and check out new offerings by some of your favorite Fantagraphics artists. And don’t miss the festive Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack this Saturday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM, featuring lively visual and performing arts presentations at dozens of locations throughout the enchanting neighborhood – a romantic destination for Valentine’s Day revelry. For more information visit: www.georgetownartattack.com.
Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is located at 1201 S. Vale Street (at the corner of Airport Way S.) in Seattle’s Georgetown arts community. Phone 206.658.0110. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. See you all soon.
We need to make room for all the great books we have coming in 2009! We've just put 30 semi-recent books on sale at least 33% off in our new Clearance Sale section. And that's just for starters — we'll be adding dozens more items in the weeks and months to come!
We've also reorganized our sale items into three new categories: the aforementioned Clearance Sale; Closeout Deals, where we're blowing out our last remaining copies of dozens of items at up to 75% off; and Dents & Dings, with great deals on lightly-damaged merchandise.
These sales are ongoing, but shop early for the best selection, and keep checking back for all the latest additions to every section. Your wallet gets a break, you get great comics, and we get more room in our warehouse — everybody wins!
And don't forget, Our Valentine's Day gift sale is still going on through Feb. 14, with savings of at least 15% on a selection of holiday-appropriate (or -inappropriate) titles!
Just a reminder that tomorrow (Jan. 26) is the last day of our 2008 Critics' Picks sale, wherein all of our 2008 titles that have been selected as the best of the year by the pundits and pros are marked down 20%! Click here for the full selection and don't delay in placing your order -- the clock's a-tickin'!
What says romance more than comics? If there is anything, we don't want to know about it. Once again we're offering a special selection of romantic and/or erotic gift books with which to woo your sweetie this Valentine's Day. From classic romance comics to cutting-edge erotica, from sweet to twisted, from timeless to unexpected (zombies?), these comics are fluent in the many dialects of love.
From now through the day in question (February 14, 2009), SAVE 15% on all of our Valentines Day gift selections!
Oh my word, you have just a few hours left to get in your order and save 25% by using the coupon code 25OFF08, plus get free standard U.S. shipping! End your year right: with an orgy of comics shopping! Click here for more details about the sale.
Attention customers: Be advised that our warehouse has begun their annual inventory count and therefore we will not be able to ship any orders until next week. Please keep this in mind before you select rush shipping!
To help take the bite out of any potential delays, remember that we are currently offering FREE Standard U.S. shipping (UPS Ground or USPS Media Rate to P.O. Boxes) through the end of the year! And of course, don't forget to use the 25OFF08 coupon code for 25% off your order, also through the end of the year!
From now through the end of the year, take 25% OFF EVERYTHING on Fantagraphics.com by using the following coupon code at checkout:
PLUS, select FREE STANDARD U.S. SHIPPING (UPS Ground or USPS Media Mail to P.O. boxes) on all orders of $50 and over!
It's our biggest and best sale ever and it only lasts through December 31, 2008! The discount is applied only at checkout and you must use the coupon code when you order to get it, so spread the word and write yourself a sticky note so you don't forget!
So you've missed our holiday shipping deadlines but you still want to give the gift of comics this year... what to do? How about a gift membership to the Fantagraphics 20/20 Club? Your lucky and grateful recipient will get 20% savings on all their Fantagraphics purchases plus free shipping (within the U.S.; half off for international) and other perks! Just give us the recipient's name, address, e-mail address and phone number when you place your order. If you're already a member, you know how great the program is; if you're not, read up on the details -- you'll want to get a membership for yourself, too!
If you want your order shipped within the U.S. to arrive before Christmas via USPS Priority Mail, tomorrow (Tuesday, December 16) is the deadline to get your order in! Orders placed with the Standard shipping option right now will most likely arrive after the holiday. After tomorrow, you'll have until Friday for orders shipped by 2nd Day UPS. We'll post a reminder for that deadline as well.
Don't forget to check out our handy Holiday Gift Guide for lots of gift ideas for every interest and budget!
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