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Monday, March 01, 2010

March and April Are Dummies Months

Pardon a shameless bit of capitalistic promotion, but it's one that ultimately helps you. The good folks at Wiley Publishing have had a regular program every year at this time, and March has officially been "Dummies Month" . Buy a Dummies book or audio set and get a $5 rebate (up to two per family). But this year, the term has been extended until the end of April. That means two Dummies Months in a row!

Now that means you can buy one or two Dummies books with a purchase price of $6.99 or more, on any subject (not just ours) between March 1st - April 30th, 2010, and get $5 smackers each delivered to your majestic manse's mailbox direct from the publisher.

Now obviously we would like you to take this opportunity to plunk down your hard-earned pelf and procure our books: Freemasons For Dummies, The Templar Code For Dummies, and Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies For Dummies. Think of it as an economic stimulus package. We do have a poodle to support, after all. But there are more than 1,300 Dummies titles out there, and we would certainly understand if you already own ours.

You can download a pdf of the rebate form here.

Shop Amazon.com and get FREE shipping on orders over $25 as well as savings of 37% on books over $25. Amazon.com offers a complete catalog of Dummies books. Buy any Dummies book in March and get a $5 rebate mail-in rebate.

Visit any Barnes & Noble Booksellers store or BN.com between March 3, 2010 and April 7, 2010 to receive 20% off list price on select, featured titles.

Shop Books-a-Million and Booksamillion.com for the latest Dummies titles — and save $5 during March and April with the Dummies Month 2010 mail-in rebate.

Save 30% on all Dummies books on Borders.com from March 2 – March 29. Or visit any Borders store and save on selected titles. Plus, save an additional $5 when you use the mail-in rebate form.


  1. I thought you strangled that poodle...just kidding

  2. Nah, he and I are best buddies.


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