Book Depository - this is the best of the best.
- pros - cheap prices, free shipping worldwide, free tax in America, brand new books
- cons - it takes a little while for books to arrive because they ship from the UK
Amazon bargain bin - remaindered (overstocked) books
- pros - brand new and prices from $2 - $7 (ish)
- cons - free shipping if you spend $35 before tax, limited selection, not a lot of copies of each book, inch long remainder mark on bottom or top of book pages, you can’t choose your format, if you don’t get free shipping, it’s really expensive
Abebooks - used books
- pros - some books are free shipping, cheap books (even popular ones. The movie tie in of TMI: COB is only $4)
- cons - takes forever to narrow down results, they’re used so might be a little damaged, shipping costs are high,
Book outlet - cheap books
- pros - cheap books
- cons - shipping is really expensive
Thrift books - my personal favorite used books store
- pros - it’s cheap, sales are good, free shipping in America
- cons - books sell fast, these are used books so there could be wear and tear
*****Other important stuff*****
1) I highly recommend book depository if you’re buying new because it’s the cheapest option, especially for international people who can’t get free shipping from other sites.
2) I got $150 worth of books for free using the Amazon bargain bin and swagbucks (you search stuff & get points for gift cards. it took barely a month to get enough for a $25 Amazon card)
3) In my reviews, the links I post are to book depository
4) You should be reading my reviews. They’re hilarious.
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Or you are a book blog, please reblog :)