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Buy books for £3.75 and free p&p...or sell your books for £3.00 each @ Green Metropolis

£3.75 @ Testing
This is a great deal whether you love books or you hate them. Green Metropolis sells books of all genres for £3.75 a book with free P&P. If you're looking to find your books a new home, you can also s… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
This is a great deal whether you love books or you hate them. Green Metropolis sells books of all genres for £3.75 a book with free P&P. If you're looking to find your books a new home, you can also sell them for £3.00 and Green Metropolis will donate 5p per book to the Woodland Trust, so not only are you recycling, and making some money but you're also doing something for the environment....BONUS!!
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#1
good idea, will look in to this , when got a bit of time.
#2
cant get it to search very well, i'll have to keep this in my favourites and check it out when i remember books i want, did see annabel karmel books, baby puree's, and at £3.75, that is a bargain
#3
Sounds good.
#4
Problem is people list them free, months later forget they put them on, I ordered one once, paid, person no longer had the book, Green Metropolis had taken the money, but do NOT refund you, they put you in credit, had quite a job getting my money back.
#5
anthony712
Problem is people list them free, months later forget they put them on, I ordered one once, paid, person no longer had the book, Green Metropolis had taken the money, but do NOT refund you, they put you in credit, had quite a job getting my money back.


Hmmm...thats not good. Thanks for letting us know. Was about to order aswell. Think I will google them for reviews to see if others have also had problems
#6
What are the costs for selling?
#7
comicmankev
What are the costs for selling?


I think it'll be 75p each, reading between the lines, you sell the book for £3.75 and receive 3 from it.
#8
Green Metropolis gets discussed over on MSE quite a bit. Personally I don;t think its worth the hassle if you are selling, I had books on for over a year with no sale. Better of with [url]www.readitswapit.co.uk[/url], much easier way to get rid of unwanted books and you get one you want back in return.
#9
gerard1983
Green Metropolis gets discussed over on MSE quite a bit. Personally I don;t think its worth the hassle if you are selling, I had books on for over a year with no sale. Better of with [url]www.readitswapit.co.uk[/url], much easier way to get rid of unwanted books and you get one you want back in return.


that seems better. will register & see how it goes!
#10
Who pays for the postage?
#11
the seller pays the postage
#12
sprokit
the seller pays the postage


So you sell a book for £3.75, they get 75p and you pay 2 quid (ish) postage? Why is this hot?
#13
Don't think this is a good deal for the buyer either.

Amazon Marketplace have the books I usually want a lot cheaper....usually for 1p and just pay the postage, usually ends up at about £2.75
#14
This site's been around for over 12 months and it's good for book buyers.

You can usually find a book you want cheaper than the usual online stores if someone's selling it although, it is second hand and postage is free.

As a seller, though, it's not so good. You get £3.00 for your book and have to pay the cost of postage to the buyer. I've had to pay up to £2.00 sometimes plus the cost of buying brown wrapping paper and petrol to the Post Office which leaves me out of pocket. I'd have been better off taking the book to recyling instead.
#15
I've just listed loads of books, Kids, Adults, Cooking etc. I'm quite happy to pay the postage and it gives you the option to add extra money if there heavy books so you won't be out of pocket.

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