Love YA? Goodreads Deals Now Includes Young Adult Books!

Posted by Katie on November 2, 2016

Goodreads Deals keeps expanding and now includes one of our most popular genres: Young Adult. If you’re someone who loves to read books like Eleanor & Park, Cinder and The Maze Runner (all books we’ve featured in Goodreads Deals), sign up below to get up to 80% off Young Adult ebooks every day.

YA joins our growing list of Goodreads Deals genres. Make sure you never miss a deal on a book you’ll love when you sign up for additional categories, including:

  • Bestsellers
  • Mystery & Thrillers
  • Fantasy & Sci-Fi
  • Romance
  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Young Adult



If you're already a Goodreads Deals subscriber, get Young Adult deals here.

Check out a few noteworthy Young Adult deals, available now:


Goodreads Deals are selected for you based on your Goodreads profile. If there's an exceptional ebook deal for a book on your Want to Read shelf, we'll let you know. (It's another great reason to keep your Want to Read list on Goodreads updated!) And, if one of the authors you follow has a not-to-be-missed promotion on an ebook, we'll make sure you don't miss out.



Here are some tips on how to get the most out of Goodreads Deals:

How do I make sure I get notified about more deals on books and authors I'm interested in?

Make sure to add books to your Want to Read shelf and follow authors you like to increase your chances of discovering deals on ebooks that interest you. (On Goodreads, to search for authors you like, go to their Author Page and click "Follow.")

When will Goodreads Deals be available for my preferred genre?

Our goal is to expand into more genres as quickly as we can. We introduced Fiction and Nonfiction in October, and we’re expanding to Young Adult today. Goodreads Deals are now available in our most popular genres: Bestsellers, Mystery & Thrillers, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Romance, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Young Adult. Stay tuned for more!

How do I buy the ebooks in Goodreads Deals?

You have the option to purchase from Kindle Store, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble Nook, Google Play, and Kobo stores.

Is Goodreads Deals only for U.S. members?

Yes, Goodreads Deals is currently only available in the U.S. We don’t have details to share on when Goodreads Deals will be available in other countries, but our goal is to provide deals to as many of our members as soon as possible.

Happy Reading!

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* Price provided by publisher.



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message 1: by Keiry (new)

Keiry Ko But... but... I don't have money D':


message 2: by S (new)

S Pleaaaaseee expand to other countries!!!


message 3: by Gina (new)

Gina Hopefully this feature will be available for Mexico (and other countries) soon :C


message 4: by Aneela (new)

Aneela ♒the_mystique_reader♒ Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"

Lol. Relateable


message 5: by Quinn (new)

Quinn Anderson This is phenomenal! I already own most of these books, but I'll check back when new ones are added. :)


message 6: by Mariah (new)

Mariah of the Night Court If they weren't kindle and e-books, you would definitely have my purchase.


message 7: by John (new)

John Mosman Not sure how I am getting YA recommendations - how do I get off?
Thanks!


L.   (Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels - I Got None) Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"

That's what libraries are for.


message 9: by Claudia Rouse (new)

Claudia Rouse Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"


Not a problem if you have the money to join Kindle Unlimited. You'll get to rent them insead of buying.


message 10: by Sam (new)

Sam Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"

Dude. Truer words were never spoken.


message 11: by ChlointheDark (new)

ChlointheDark Mariah wrote: "If they weren't kindle and e-books, you would definitely have my purchase."

Same with me, I prefer paper copies... I use my tablet for work and other.


message 12: by Claudia Rouse (new)

Claudia Rouse Mariah wrote: "If they weren't kindle and e-books, you would definitely have my purchase."

The e-book link can be clicked so when you get to Amazon you can pick the "various formats" link. It'll take you right to the print versions. Don't know about any of the other ookstores but Amazon has it that way for every book in stock.


message 13: by Cai, Goodreads employee (new)

Cai John wrote: "Not sure how I am getting YA recommendations - how do I get off?
Thanks!"


Hey John! To opt out of deals for YA all you need to do is click on the Deals tab of your Account Settings. Uncheck the YA box, and click on Save Preferences at the bottom of the page.


message 14: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Love this deals idea! Purchased everything everything for myself and excited to read!
Cant wait for more genres.


message 15: by Simple (new)

Simple Equality Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"

I can so relate


message 16: by Serenity (new)

Serenity Keiry wrote: "But... but... I don't have money D':"

Couldn't agree more. I have the Kindle app & download all the free books. But most paperback books have to wait til I have money.


message 17: by Richard (new)

Richard Mariah wrote: "If they weren't kindle and e-books, you would definitely have my purchase."

I thought the same thing.


message 18: by Bethany (new)

Bethany I generally prefer physical copies, but if I can get something I want to read for 2 bucks or less I don't mind going digital. It's more convenient for me to read on my lunch at work anyways, and my bookshelf is already overflowing with books I pick up thrift shopping.

Anyone else have a problem with buying whatever looks good when you find it super cheap, but then not reading it for a really long time? I have quite the collection going now.


message 19: by Sabrina (new)

Sabrina For those of us who are left out (as usual) because non-resident in the magical US, there are always Bookbub and Luzme.

https://www.bookbub.com/
https://luzme.com/


message 20: by John (new)

John Mosman Cai wrote: "John wrote: "Not sure how I am getting YA recommendations - how do I get off?
Thanks!"

Hey John! To opt out of deals for YA all you need to do is click on the Deals tab of your Account Settings. U..."


Cai, the YA box was not checked and still remain unchecked. ??


message 21: by Bells (new)

Bells S wrote: "Pleaaaaseee expand to other countries!!!"

Preeeeaaaaach!!!


message 22: by Cathy (new)

Cathy Li Quinn wrote: "This is phenomenal! I already own most of these books, but I'll check back when new ones are added. :)"

Same


message 23: by Shaun, Goodreads employee (last edited Nov 04, 2016 07:50AM) (new)

Shaun John wrote: "Cai, the YA box was not checked and still remain unchecked. ??"

Sorry about this John! Could you forward the Young Adult Deals email you've received to support (at) goodreads (dot) com please? Our engineers can then investigate. Feel free to mark it for my attention somewhere within the email subject area.


Bells wrote: "S wrote: "Pleaaaaseee expand to other countries!!!"

Preeeeaaaaach!!!


We'd love to be able to offer Goodreads Deals to more countries. I've let our engineers know you want this!


message 24: by Christa (new)

Christa Nardi How are books added to the Goodreads Deals list?


message 25: by Jaclyn, Goodreads employee (new)

Jaclyn Woods Christa wrote: "How are books added to the Goodreads Deals list?"

We’re currently working closely with a small group of partners, so we’re not accepting Deals submissions directly from authors or publishers at this time.

That's not to say that we won't expand the program in the future, so stay tuned!


message 26: by Andrew (new)

Andrew Please expand Goodreads Deals beyond the US :(


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