Sell Used Books with New Online Book Buyback Service from

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Sell used books the fast and easy way with the new online book buying website, which allows users to sell used books with the click of a mouse.

"The part that sold me was the quick payment and the free shipping. You can’t beat that,”

Getting a little cash by selling your old books just got easier, thanks to new book and textbook buyback website, which features instant quotes, free shipping and fast payment.

Unlike other websites where people sell used books online, doesn’t require users to create a listing for each book they wish to sell. That’s because it isn’t a marketplace site like Amazon or Ebay, where users are selling their books to other users. This can make the process longer, requiring individual listings for each book, at the end of which there is no guarantee the books will even be bought. provides an instant quote feature, allowing users to enter the ISBN numbers of the books they want to sell and instantly receive an offer on them. On marketplace sites, users often have to wait days or weeks for someone to find and buy the books they list, if anyone buys them at all. With

"The part that sold me was the quick payment and the free shipping. You can’t beat that,” says user Corrina D. of Hillsboro, Oregon, "Amazon and Ebay wanted to charge 10% or more to list them and I would have to handle all the shipping and listing."

Free shipping makes it even easier for customers to sell books online. Instead of collecting a shipping fee through a marketplace site (which may or may not cover shipping costs) and taking separate trips to the post office to send out each book as it sells, on SellUsedBooks, users just print out the free UPS or U.S. Postal Service shipping label and send out all their books at once.

The site is also designed as a resource for students who need to sell textbooks. With tuition on the rise and the economy still in trouble many students struggle to pay for their education. The rising cost of textbooks doesn’t help, and only makes it more important for students to be able to sell back their textbooks at the end of the semester. gives students an alternative to the long lines and limited buyback days of their college bookstores, especially when professors move to a new edition or change textbooks entirely, which often leads to the campus bookstore refusing to buy back the very books they sold students just months before.

But the site isn’t just for students. Whether it’s an avid reader who needs to clear up some shelf space, or a homemaker doing some spring cleaning, offers a fast, easy and convenient way for people to turn their unwanted books into cold, hard cash.

It may not be the flashiest or catchiest name for a site, but is the perfect description of the site. It’s not just their name. It’s who they are. It’s what they do.


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