Thriftbooks Haul: $3 books exist!?

BOOKWORMS ARE YOU SICK AND TIRED OF BUYING PERFECTLY PRISTINE BOOKS FOR $20 EACH? If this describes you, here’s your solution to saving a lot of money…

Um so what is this-Thrift Books is an online company that sells some of the cheapest used and even new books that you’ll probably ever find. Over seven million novels of every genre are there for purchase. You’re probably worried that you’ll receive a trashy, thoroughly used book that has been through a laundry washer and was bought in 1972. Well, lucky for us, that’s not the deal.

You can access the condition of the books you are buying, so you know what to expect, and everything else is basically like purchasing from Barnes and Noble. The shipping is FREE. That’s huge, because although you can buy used books from B&N, the shipping is absolutely ridiculous.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (I know, I know I’m awful)

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Looking for Alaska by John Green

Twilight by Stephanie Meyer (Might hate it but have to at least give it a try)

We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach

=$18.49 worth of five novels that were on in good condition with the exception of an occasional fold or other small signs of wear. I bought all books in the ‘ACCEPTABLE’ condition, besides Harry Potter and The Fault in Our Stars which were ‘LIKE NEW’.

Where do you buy your books?

lovesarah

 

38 thoughts on “Thriftbooks Haul: $3 books exist!?

  1. I get most of my used books either from Book Outlet or Thrift Books. I always have to stop myself on Thrift Books because I can get so carried away on that site! I always want to buy a million books from there even though I can only afford five or six.

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  2. Wow! That’s awesome! Usually, I buy books from our local Goodwill or wait until my birthday/Christmas when I get Barnes and Noble gift cards. 😛 But I will definitely have to check this place out!!

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  3. Oh I love second hand books- between that and kindle discounts, it’s how I get most of my books! I personally love abebooks- which is a second hand offshoot of bookdepository 🙂 I’ll check out this thrift books and see if they’re available in the UK! 🙂

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  4. Great buys there! I do like to visit the physical thrift stores sometimes and I do find many good deals. I have that same Harry Potter book and I got it for 99 cents at the physical thrift store. 🙂

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