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    Best place to sell law textbooks?

    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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    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.

    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.

    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.

    Facebook pages. Unfortunately though the Law textbooks are useless as they change so much.

    I still have some of mine from 2006.

    Original Poster

    Thanks guys, I'll ask around my uni.


    roadie

    Facebook pages. Unfortunately though the Law textbooks are useless as … 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.

    Aneesa321

    Thanks guys, I'll ask around my uni.That's the problem, there are new … Thanks guys, I'll ask around my uni.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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