Book devotees are often horrified when it’s suggested that they purge their precious book collection in order to make more space in their homes. But the fact of the matter is, it’s just not feasible to keep every single book you read. After all, read just one book a week, and you will have collected a pile of 52 books, and that’s without taking into consideration all the books we buy with good intentions to read, but never get round to it.
You could give away the books, but these days every penny counts and we all need an extra bit of cash from time to time. Instead, you should think about book recycling. This doesn’t mean taking your books to the nearest recycling centre and watching them be turned into pulp, but is about selling your old or unwanted books online.
If you want a fast, secure way to sell your books, the best thing to do is to download the We Buy Books app. All you need to do is go to your app store, download the app, open it up and use our handy barcode scanner to get an instant cash price. We’re available on Android and Apple.
WeBuyBooks makes this process as simple as possible, with an easy to follow step-by-step process. To find out how much your books are worth, all you need to do is enter the ISBN number or the barcode your item into the online selling basket .If you are happy with the amount offered and decide you want to sell your book, you can print out a free prepaid postage label, then all that’s left to do is send your books to us using myHermes. If you want to sell more than one book at a time that’s fine too – you just need to pack them up into one big parcel and follow the Packaging Guidelines.
Then, once the WeBuyBooks warehouse has received and checked your items, they will pay your money into your account (usually within three working days). As long as your books are in reasonable condition as outlined by the Item Condition Guidelines, you can be confident that WeBuyBooks will offer a great price for your items – so you can rest assured that you are getting a great deal.
Put simply, it’s the best way of book recycling; your unwanted books can go to a new home so that someone else can read and enjoy them, you will be making some much-needed space on your bookshelves, AND you can earn some money in the process. It’s a win-win situation for everyone!