Books2Door Gift Card
“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” — CS Lewis
Do you know someone who loves to read?
Give the gift of reading with a Books2Door Gift Card. These digital gift cards are the perfect present for family and friends who love to read. You can be redeemed against any of our books or book sets, and are ideal for everyone from the fussy reader to the book lover who is looking for their latest book haul.
A Books2Door Gift Card is an easy way to give the gift of reading for every occasion or event. It could be a special birthday, graduation, a seasonal purchase or ‘just because’. After all, you can never have too many books!
“Books are a uniquely portable magic.” — Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
There is no need to stress over finding the perfect present for your favourite reader! Our website offers an extensive collection of books and book sets that will appeal to any taste or age group. We offer new releases and classic titles alike, so you can be sure that there's something special for everyone on your list.
Whether it’s baby’s first book, adding to your child’s book collection at home or surprising a loved one with a boxset from their favourite author – we’ve got you covered! Our gift cards make great presents because they let people choose what they want from our range of thousands of titles.
“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.” — Maya Angelou, Wouldn’t Take Nothing for My Journey Now
Give that special person in your life a gift they will love with a Books2Door Gift Card today. It couldn't be easier - simply choose an amount from £10-£100 and we'll send it out straight away via email. Your loved one can then redeem their card on our website by entering their unique code when checking out an order of books or book sets.
The best part is that you don't even need to wrap it up! Just sit back and wait for all those thank you messages to come flooding in...
‘Without stories, we wouldn’t be human beings at all.’ — Philip Pullman, Daemon Voices: Essays on Storytelling