Buying used books and reselling them when you no longer need them is a way to reduce your upfront costs and get cash back later. If the textbook is common or used every year or every semester, you’re more likely to resell it.
Yes - Please notify me if the book becomes availableNo - I do not want you to keep my request on file .
Remember, these are just guidelines as even if the original list price was $150, and they are currently selling for $50 on Amazon, it is not very likely you are going to sell yours for $125 no matter the condition.
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To figure out the answers, we’ll have to dive in deep to a lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice in 2012 against Apple — newly entered into the ebook market with the advent of the iPad — and five of what was then the Big Six publishing houses. The Department of Justice accused Apple and the publishers of colluding to fix ebook prices against Amazon, and although the DOJ won its case in court, the pricing model that Apple and the publishers created together would continue to dominate the industry, creating unintended ripple effects.
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This Brooklyn bookstore originally began its journey in Dyker Heights but moved to Bay Ridge after they outgrew its first storefront.
Hole in the Wall Books is a classic small bookstore, with books covering every surface. But it is shockingly well organized, so books can be easily found. Easily the best small bookstore you will go to!
Textbook buyback websites usually offer free shipping once you have reached the minimum buyback price.
Since following her passion in 2010 with Boulevard Books, she has turned it into a wonderful place for book-loving Brooklynites.
What is an ISBN? A 10 or 13 digit number that can be found on the back cover or inside the front cover of almost all books.
Around since 2004, this store on Kauai not only carries new, used, children’s and vintage books but also is stocked with all things Hawaiiana. There are cookbooks, novels and books on Hawaiian language, traditions, wildlife and history. Yet the biggest find was Celeste. The Cat Boss, passed away in 2022; her memory lives on via her Instagram page, and, apparently, in merch. The bookstore is near the Hanapepe Swinging Bridge, a pedestrian bridge that does bounce upon crossing. Close-by eateries include Japanese Grandma’s Cafe, which gets high marks for its garden-style restaurant as well as for their sushi and non-sushi orders.
There is no doubt that books bind us together. What we read offers us new perspectives, entertainment, and the feeling that we are not alone. Independent bookstore owners suggest books with a passion, and it was the recurring theme of record after speaking with these seven charming, independent bookstores in Maryland.
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