If you love a good shopping bargain then you'll love the Inverell and District Value Book, set to launch in July.
An initiative stemming from a group of Inverell business people to boost the local economy and give back to the community, the book will be valid for 12 months.
Although the book will head to the printing press soon, businesses wishing to get involved can still do so.
The Brew Shed's Jane Brookman said each business has the opportunity to create their own voucher, with their own terms and conditions for local shoppers to use.
Once printed, community groups and businesses will be able to purchase, in blocks of 10, the books at half price and onsell them at the full recommended retail price.
"Community groups, such as Girl Guides or whoever is interested, can get involved and keep profits they make for themselves as a fundraiser," she said.
As drought conditions continue to take a grip on residents, the voucher book will provide shoppers an opportunity to save a few dollars in participating local businesses.
"Times are tough for businesses so anything that will help them make a few more dollars and keep people in Inverell, or attract shoppers from further afield like Moree or Armidale has got to be a bonus," she said.
The cost as a business to place a voucher in the book is set at a very reasonable $10. Sharing a sneak preview, Jane said the first page includes over $200 worth of savings.
"Blair Athol has a two for one entry and North West Saddlery are doing 40 per cent off your next purchase, excluding hats and saddles. Gowrie Vet Clinic have three vouchers."
For more information, or to pre-order copies, head to the Facebook page 'Inverell & District Value Book' or call 0417 736 374.