Library book sale

Big Bargain Book Sale

Our annual book sale is on at the Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre, 75 Lyttelton Street, Somerfield, Christchurch. Bag a bargain!

2023 dates

Friday 24 March 9am to 7pm
Saturday 25 March 9am to 4pm

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Christchurch City Libraries Annual Book Sale 2018

Big bargain book sale is running up until tomorrow from 9:00am - 4:00pm.........Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre, 75 Lyttelton Street, Somerfield, Christchurch.Friday 23 March, 9am to 7pmSaturday 24 March, 9am to 4pm.Find out more:https://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/library-book-sales/Feel free to share!

Posted by Nacu Films on Thursday, March 22, 2018

Video of the 2018 book sale by NACU Films

Big Bargain Book Sale

Big Bargain Book Sale - Friday 24 & Saturday 25 March 2023

Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-4pm
The Big Bargain Book Sale will be held at the Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre.

Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre

75 Lyttelton Street, Somerfield
Christchurch 8024.
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Pay by EFT-POS or cash only — no credit cards or cheques.

  • Fiction and Non-fiction $3
  • Large Print $3
  • Young adult and children's books are $1
  • Premium books (including books on art, landscape, gardening, and New Zealand) are at marked prices
  • Magazines are 20 cents each (10 for $2)
  • Audio-visual items such as DVDs, CDs, talking books etc are $3.

It doesn't matter when you come to the book sale, as new stock is put out all the time.

You can bring your own bags, or buy library cloth carry bags for $1 each.

Transport, traffic and parking

You can access the venue by bus. It’s on the Orbiter bus route.

Other bus routes that pass nearby:

The Pioneer carpark will be busy during the Book Sale, so allow time to get a park. You will need to follow the one way signage into the main carpark.

Friends of the Library booksale preview

Friends of the Library have the opportunity to buy at a library book sale preview.

Friends of the Library

Join the Friends and you can attend a Book Sale preview. Friends support the libraries with advocacy and fund raising.
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