Chapters Indigo Indigo The Good Stuff Sale: Up to 70% Off Holiday Items, Toys & More New Discounts from The Good Stuff Sale at Indigo!

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Save up to 60% off holiday items, home décor, toys and more, because the The Good Stuff Sale is back at Indigo!

All shoppers will get up to 60% off sale offers, while plum PLUS members will save up to 70% off with their additional discount. These offers are available for a limited time only, and we've listed some of the best deals for you below.

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These offers are available online and in-store (where stock is available) through January 22. Online orders over $35.00 ship free. You can also opt for free in-store pickup.

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    • Picked up the George Orwell set and Oscar Wilde set for $35 and free shipping. I remember reading some of these from school.
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    • Buy Orwel before the CCP bans it 😝
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    • It always amazes me how much people will pay for out of copyright material. You can get this stuff much cheaper, or if you read ebooks, free.
      Many folks aren't interested in e-books. There are also families who don't want their kids staring at screens 24/7, and prefer paperbacks.

      Aside from e-books--which require an initial investment in the technology anyway--where are you getting editions of these books "much cheaper" than $3.50 or $4 a book? Used copies don't count.
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    • It always amazes me how much people will pay for out of copyright material. You can get this stuff much cheaper, or if you read ebooks, free.
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    • Thanks! Picked up the last H.P. Lovecraft set 😎
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    • Nice to see deals on books for a change, thanks OP.

      Might be worth adding a little more detail to the title though, I don't think most people will know these are classic literature boxed sets, and not related to Starcraft. I'm guilty of stereotyping the RFD audience here, so apologies for that. :)

      Big fan of classics, so these sets cover some of those. Read most of Dickens, all of Doyle and Lovecraft, and now taking a stab at the Russians like Tolstoy and Doestoevsky, etc. (finished Crime and Punishment recently). Those Russian names are tough though. Also finding that moreso than the English, the Russian classics are much more deeply psychological, for good or ill. So some people might appreciate that.

      Also finished Monte Cristo (incredible), and seeing the new trailer for the Three Musketeers movie that looks like an accurate and serious adaption, want to get back to Dumas as well for that.
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