How to Sell Used Textbooks on Amazon

13 thoughts on “How to Sell Used Textbooks on Amazon

  1. i've found that when i'm selling on amazon, i spend more on shipping than i get paid for the book AND shipping combined if the book is selling for less than $10 or so…

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  4. So if you make an account and sold a book then you have to ship it to the buyer, so is the shipping free? Also where do you get the box to put your books in?

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  7. To be honest, it's almost more trouble than it's worth to try to sell on amazon using the individual seller feature – like some other comments have said. It's way easier to sell to a buyback company, there are lots of them, and they ship for free. What's more, they all compete with each other with regards to how much they will pay. Just head over to a textbook price comparison site like , enter an ISBN, and see which buyback company will pay you the most. If you do choose to go the individual seller route, use the comparison service to get a ballpark estimate of where to set the price – set it higher obviously, since you're cutting out the middle man.

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