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Dallas-Fort Worth Has A Massive Bookstore Where Everything's $3 Or Less

Texas loves to live up to the motto "everything is bigger in Texas." So much so that even our book stores are big and filled with a variety of reads. Take for instance, Lucky Dog Books, a giant book store in Dallas where everything is $3 or less. Yes, you read that right!

Open from noon to 9 p.m. daily, this book lovers paradise is two stories tall and is easy to get lost in all the pages. Not only will you find walls of books, but you can also find records, games, and much more. If you're not in the mood to shop, then try your hand at a game of chess as well. There's also designated reading areas where you can read a few pages or more of a book you might want to get. Often people use these designated areas to do an impromptu photo shoot. 

With tons of great things all at super low prices, the shop is a must for all book lovers in the Metroplex. Lucky Dog Books has been known to carry things like 8- tracks and vintage toys, as well. Another massive book store you can check out in the Metroplex is Recycled Books and Records in Denton. 

Lucky Dog Books is located at 911 W Jefferson Blvd in Dallas, Texas. To get more information on this awesome book store, you can check out their website here

Once you're done picking out all your favorite books, stop by LaLaLand Cafe for a nice cup of coffee.

Lucky Dog Books

Price: $3 or less

Address: 911 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Texas, 75208

Why You Need To Go: Lucky Dog Books is two stories tall and has super cheap books!

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