Website Launch

Bittern Books

It’s taken us a while but we have finally launched our new website – we hope you like it.

Our main focus has been to provide our trade customers with a platform to browse through our range and place orders online.  As a retailer you will need to register to get access to the trade pricing and ordering facilities, but we have tried to make this as painless as possible.  If you already have an account with us, your email address should be recognised, and your account will be automatically activated.  For security reasons we will send you an email with a link to get you logged in so you can set up a password for future use.

Once logged in, if you click on trade ordering in the menu you should get a list of all the titles you have previously ordered, making it very easy to reorder.  Alternatively you can browse through the shop pages, which we have categorised both by geographical region and by subject, or you can search for specific titles or ISBNs.  Normal credit terms will apply for trade customers and you will be emailed an invoice as usual.  Alternatively you can choose to pay by credit card at the time of your order.

If you have any problems please feel free to contact us by phone on 01603 739635 or using our contact form.  Please note that we are a small team and there is not always someone available to answer the phone, so please leave a message so we can get back to you.

 

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