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Hi guys I'm in my last year of uni studying law and I have about 10 textbooks from my first and second year which I don't need anymore. So I'm thinking of selling them online, but wanted some advic… Read More
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7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi guys

I'm in my last year of uni studying law and I have about 10 textbooks from my first and second year which I don't need anymore. So I'm thinking of selling them online, but wanted some advice.

Is it better to sell on ebay or amazon?
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7m, 2w agoPosted 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Personally I'd go talk to the 1st & 2nd year students on your course, you might be able to sell them with zero fees (unlike via ebay/amazon). I'd guess the weight of textbooks might make shipping relatively expensive.
#2
If I can remember rightly when I did my law degree a book sale day was set up yearly to buy/sell books. Not sure if it was set up by the student union. Worth checking in your uni. Also remember books are quite heavy and will probably cost a fair bit to post multiple books.
#3
I'd put a flyer up round your local uni and list them on Gumtree, that's what my partner did and they were snapped up pretty quickly.
#4
Facebook pages. Unfortunately though the Law textbooks are useless as they change so much.

I still have some of mine from 2006.
#5
Thanks guys, I'll ask around my uni.


roadie
Facebook pages. Unfortunately though the Law textbooks are useless as they change so much.
I still have some of mine from 2006.

That's the problem, there are new editions already. I might have to keep them.
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Aneesa321
Thanks guys, I'll ask around my uni.
roadie
Facebook pages. Unfortunately though the Law textbooks are useless as they change so much.
I still have some of mine from 2006.
That's the problem, there are new editions already. I might have to keep them.

Have a look at Amazon too ot even ebay.

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