Montreal’s Indigo Is Having A Huge 80% Off Book Sale This Month

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Montreal’s Indigo Is Having A Huge 80% Off Book Sale This Month

Take a look outside. It's grey, it's windy and it's raining.

So no one wants to hear about outdoor activities today. In fact no one wants to go outside, period.

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That's why it's the perfect time to head online to Chapters Indigo and get yourself a good book on sale.

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Right now chapter has a huge selection of books on sale at up to 80%.

And if you're too lazy to get out of the house, they also offer free shipping on order over $25!

via @chaptersindigo

Click here to see all the books on sale now!

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