Coupon Special

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Everyone loves a bargain right? 

Lulu loves to offer our authors and readers a little something extra. That’s why we regularly run coupons on our home page. You can save 10, 15, and sometimes even 20% on print books and calendars. Don’t worry, Lulu authors make the same amount of royalty as they always have.

Remember that Lulu coupons are always CaSe SeNSitIvE and some are limited to specific products. Most coupons are single use as well, so be sure to get all the books you need in your cart when you spot an amazing deal.

You can always find the most recent coupon on our Lulu Home page (just scroll past the banner):

You can also get coupon’s straight to your Inbox with Lulu’s emails updates. Check out our amazing Lulu Toolkit for information about using Lulu and to sign up for our emails:

And once you’ve got that awesome coupon code ready to go, it’s time to find your next favorite read from the Lulu Bookstore:

27 thoughts on “ Coupon Special”

  1. Niels svendsen

    Very happy with my memoirs just arrived. Now I want to go ahead and publish professionaly
    Everyone who has read the first copy love it. Can’t put it down is the main comment.

  2. Dan,
    Is this one-time use only? I just tried to buy another book after using it once and it said I reached my limit for my account (I’m definitely not at 20 bucks yet!)

  3. Eric,
    Try JUNECONTEST10 to get 10%.
    Yes…it will take it off all the paperbacks in the order.

  4. So would that mean the coupon would calculate a percentage to take off each book? So it could be applied to like…bulk ordering of say 100 books or so? To a $20 max.

  5. Bill Stockdale

    Is the discount retroactive? I placed an order last week, but did not add the discount code. How do I add it in?

  6. We are especially interested in being able to offer our readers special coupons/discounts on our own books. For example – we publish Book XYZ via Lulu, and want to offer our readers a special 20% discount off the cover price for a limited time.
    Any chance Lulu will offer something like that to publishers anytime soon?

  7. Is there any way for a Lulu self-publishing author to publish a coupon? For instance, I self-publish a vampire book I wrote called Forever Fifteen. Is there any way that I can author a coupon code for a discount?

  8. Hey Dan,
    Maybe you can help me. A few months ago I ordered 3 copies of my lulu books. I received them damaged: in the same area of many pages with images there were a burned-out, un-printed spots about 1.5″ in diameter.
    I returned these book to Lulu and contacted Lulu. NO response, NO replacements, NO responsibility! To this date I have not received new copies.
    Earlier than this order I had received printed copies of these books and they were perfect…no mis-prints. So we know the files are okay.
    Can you help me with this problem? It has gone on too long and I hesitate to every order more books!
    Here is some information that may help you:
    [ ref:00D56zQ6.50057GkDD:ref ] Case: 00311522 User-submitted Case from Web Form: Site Issue
    Item ID:
    Thank you,
    ~Richard Fisher

  9. I cannot sign into my account. I have not been able to sign in for TWO WEEKS now. I keeps getting a message TSocket: Could not read 4 bytes from I also can’t get help through Connect or Live Help because apparently you can gain access to those Only if you can sign into your account, which I CAN’T do. It also does no good to try to reset my password because it just takes me back to the register page, and of course, when I tried to re-register, Lulu said my email address was already registered. Of COURSE it is, but I still can’t sign into my account. I got a message sent through a friend’s account, but I haven’t heard SQUAT from lulu nor have I received any help. PLEASE help me get my account back.
    Please get this cleared up so she can sign into her account again.

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