Paperbackswap(dot)com

is a great site to post your books and swap with people. List all of the books you have that you are willing to swap. You get 3 or 4 instant credits for listing your books. You pay the shipping (not that expensive...around $3) to send the book and get a book credit. Then you choose a book that someone else has on their list and they send it to you for free (they pay to ship it to you). It works out great if you have a lot of books to get rid of like I do.

There is also a CDswap(dot)come and DVDswap(dot)com.

Last edited by la929; 08-21-2009 at 11:07 PM.
I've been a member of this site for years. I have not bought a book in that same amount of time; I only swap for them. I don't mind waitlisting for a book because I've gotten so many that I am reading what I have in the meantime. It's a wonderful way to "recycle" books.

I got so tired of bringing boxes of books to the used book store and getting & *maybe* $10 for the entire box. PBS is a more economical and more convenient alternative, IMO.

I also use SwapACD.com but not as much as PBS.com
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Thanks! I'm definitely going to check that out. I would love to swap a few books in exchange for others.
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Im a part of SwapSimple. Which is better economically for me because you don't have to pay shipping.
I used to use Paperback Swap all the time. But we've gone through some more economic hardships as late and sometimes when I get a request, I just can't pay for the shipping. But I'm definitely going back when things are more steady.
And if you like paperbackswap, you'll LOVE http://www.goodreads.com. I hope paperbackswap links with them someday.
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I'd never heard of www.goodreads.com before. Thanks for mentioning it. Bookmarked!
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DT: Kiehl's Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak, Curl Junkie Deep Fix, Briogeo Don't Despair Repair!
ooooh now I'm gonna get rid of some of these books.... I'll have to research these sites though and see which is better for me.... I'm broke.
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