How Do You Sell Books Back To Amazon

does anyone sell things on amazon.com.

i have a huge collection of books and m thinking aout selling them on amazon.com but what i want to know is how it works when you sell them. I know that the person pays and then amzon sends you the money to the checking account but how much do you actually get back from it and do i have to pay the shipping...

You pretty much have it right:1) You list a book on Amazon for no fee upfront2) Amazon adds a shipping credit to you to that price. The shipping credit may not cover the actual shipping cost3) When the book sells, Amazon puts the money in an on-line seller account minus the Amazon fee. NOTE: You have to click on a link to put the money in your checking account when the money gets put in your on-line seller account, otherwise Amazon will put the money in your checking account every 14 days.My experience:- Once you tell Amazon to put money in your checking account, it can take up to 5 business days. It is not fast like PayPal payments from eBay.- The last book I sold was for $75 to a customer in England. Amazon had given me a $12 or $15 shipping credit, so it sold for $90. After fees I think I got $78 in my account. It cost $32 to ship, so my true gain was $46, not bad, but that was half of what I got for it.My advice, check your books on Amazon as if you were a customer and see if they are selling for a good price and then calculate fees and shipping and see if it is worthwhile for you to sell your own. Amazon provides a lot of information on how to sell and it can get intimidating, but it is easy.It may be helpful to find a postal scale you can borrow to better calculate shipping costs.Comparisons:Amazon: no upfront selling fee,they assign shipping credit to you, longer wait to get money in checking accounteBay: fee to list item even if it does not sell, you get to assign shipping costs, can get money faster if you have PayPalI have actually sold books that were given for free to me, damaged or had pages missing, so it can be rewarding if you were going to toss or donate the books anyway.Good luck!

how do you sell textbooks on amazon.

need to sell abook asap

I now use http://www.bigwords.com for my purchasing and selling back (and also renting if you are so inclined) They are a textbook search engine that searches all the online textbook retailers and rental sites to find you the best prices. And at the end of the semester you can use them to search for resellers to sell your book to. All the search results are organized by price so you can buy your books for the lowest prices and sell them back for the highest.

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Approximately how much do colleges give you for selling your books back to them at the end of the semester.

Not nearly as much as they’re worth, assuming they take them back at all. You’re almost always better off trying to sell them to classmates directly, or through Amazon or some other website.

How do you sell things on Amazon.

I still have my reading book from last semester of my summer classes Summer 1. I just want to how you sell them. I have an Amazon account. Also, do I have to pay them back?

Here is a link to more information on How to Sell onAmazon’s website. Check it out.

how to sell books on amazon.

i have a shelf stocked with books and decided that i wanted to sell them. i also have some new text books. i was wondering though what i need to do in order to sell, what should i watch out for? advantages and disadv. advise etc? plz & thnx!

There are some great websites that allow you to trade books, CD’s, DVD’s etc. See my profile for link to titletrader and paperbackswap. This allows you to get rid of an item you no longer want and get something you do want in return. Titletrader is awesome because you can trade books, dvd’s, cd’s, games and vhs tapes. So if you get rid of a book you may be able to get a dvd in exchange. Paperbackswap is only for books. Both sites are great!I have found for ebay and amazon you don’t really get your moneys worth for books. about $1 per book (paperbacks) and you have to pay seller fees too.

Do you keep textbooks related to your major.

Or do you sell them back?

I just sell the text book I would not need like art text books but keep my business law ,accounting, ecom books( am a business major) so I can review them when i forget somethings.But I sell most of the others. Just make a little sense to sell book you would not need. If you decide to sell your books use amazon, or Craigslist .Never ,ever sell your books to your school book store .Its a joke what they will buy your book for and even more of an insult of how much they are going to turn around and sell it back to your fellow student.

How do you delet/sell back books on your kindel.

My friend got a kindel a month back but she dose not know how to delet or sell them back

Well, I don’t know if your friend has a Kindle 1 or 2.If she has a Kindle 1Connect the USB cable that came with your Kindle to a PC.When prompted, select “Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer.”You should now see 3 folders named: “Audible, music and documents.”Open the “documents” folder. From the “View” menu in explorer, select “Details.” so that you can see all file details — in columns.Click on the top of the “Name” column to sort all of your documents by name.You should see two files for each book you have on your Kindle. The extensions for these files are “.AZW” and “.MBP” The AZW file will be the largest of the two. For each title you wish to remove, select both related files and delete them. Don’t forget you can hold down the “Ctrl” key to select multiple items in the list…Disconnect the USB cable from your Kindle. Turn the Kindle off, then back on. The deleted titles should now be missing from your Kindle home page.It is much easier to delete the content on Kindle 2, scroll to the shaded line below the book you want to delete. Push the mouse button to the right and a menu will pop up – “Remove from Device” is the last option. Scroll to that choice, select and Voila!Now, as to selling your books back!?!I have read this on the web before but it is kind of ludicrous!First off, you never actually bought the book. You bought a licence to read it.Second, why would Amazon want to buy them back? They are licenced by the Publisher to sell as many as they want and can send out as many copies as they want since it is digital.

How to sell books on amazon……

i am in college and i have bunch of books that the school wouldnt buy back and there no use to me so i want to sell them and make money.how do i sell them on Amazon?!do i need a credit card or not??!thanks :)im 20 btw

Oddly enough, I am going to do that this morning.If you go to their opening page and scroll down to the bottom, you will see “Selling on Amazon.”Click this and it will take to to the info page.You need a bank account, but Amazon handles the payment from customers.All this for a fee of course.

How do you sell used college text books.

So I know this sounds really dumb, but how do you sell college text books online? I’d rather not put them on ebay. Most ideally I’d like them to be sold on amazon.com but I’m not sure how to get them there. I can’t sell them back to the bookstore because I recently changed extensions and they…

You post them on Amazon and then send them directly to the seller. You’ll have to create an Amazon seller account. Then, after the person pays for the book, you have to wait about 30 days (to make sure they get it and don’t want to return it), then Amazon will pay you (through Amazon credit or they can deposit $ in your bank account).

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23 thoughts on “How Do You Sell Books Back To Amazon

  1. No if i am done with that class I sell them. I use amazon because you can get more then selling them back to your school but if they are books specifically for your school then thats the only place that will except them. I think its silly to keep books you wont need again.

  2. I have many books in my library, I need to sell most of them. I do I go about selling the books on Amazon?

  3. not very much compared to the huge original price, it has been a while for me, but I’d say less than 1/2 of the original cost

  4. Go to the website, look for their instructions. As a college student, who grew up with the internet, you should have been able to figure that out for yourself.

  5. Vive la emoción de ver una buena película en tu propia casa comprándolas en internet. No es nada mas relajante que ver una buena película en casa, he comprado muchas DVD-s con películas interesante en amazon, la última adquisición ha sido una película para niños, le ha gustado tanto a mi hija la película y la calidad del sonido y del video que he vuelto para comprar mas como regalo porque las cosas buenas tienes que compartir.

  6. If the subject interested me, I would keep it once I go somewhere else if they have me buy textbooks.

  7. I am an English major and I keep all of my text books from literature classes. I’m interested in them, or I wouldn’t be majoring in English, right? I think it’s a good practice if you plan on picking them back up and reading for pleasure.

  8. I majored in industrial and systems engineering. I kept all my books for classes in my department. At that point I was sure what field of industrial engineering I wanted to go into so having all those books can be useful. I might be able to get a similar book years later but it’s much easier to get knowledge from a book I’ve already spent hours and hours studying. Some people have a bookshelf of fiction books but I’ve got a bookshelf of fiction books. If you need the cash just sell them back and don’t worry about it.

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