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Black Friday Week is here, and we’ve got some awesome deals from Deseret Book! With savings of up to 70%, you’ll be sure to find a meaningful gift for everyone on your list. 

And Deseret Book Platinum members get double points on all purchases all week long!

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10% off your purchase!

11/25/22 only! Platinum Rewards members and SMS subscribers receive 20% off.

Double Points for Platinum Rewards Members

Through 11/27/22. With a Platinum Rewards membership, you earn points on most purchases at Deseret Book, save up to 43% on Bookshelf+ subscriptions, and receive a free subscription of LDS Living magazine.

Free shipping on orders over $99*

*$79 for Platinum Rewards members. Through 11/26/22.

70% off Christus statue

This awe-inspiring cultured marble Christus statue depicts Jesus Christ just as the scriptures describe Him, beckoning to us with open arms in a most pleasant manner, as if saying: “Come unto me.”

20% off Enso rings

Each ring is infused with precious materials, blurring the line between traditional rings and silicone rings.

20% off Names of Christ ornaments

Give your holiday decor an uplifting touch with this set of star ornaments featuring the sacred names of the Savior. Includes 10 star ornaments.

20% off The Immanuel Wreath

Every handcrafted wreath is engraved with twenty-five of His sacred names and features twenty-five taper candles to light in your own special advent tradition.

50% off "Come and See" Framed Art

"Come and See" art printed on 20x27 framed textured paper.

35% off "Calm and Stars" Acrylic Mounted Print

From artist Yongsung Kim this frameless mounted print is titled Calm and Stars and measures 24''x 36''.

80% off "Holy Night" Framed Art

"The painting was a labor of love and devotion, and I felt the Spirit testifying to me many times during its creation that the scene I was depicting was both sacred and true." - Ted Gudmundsen

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