They always have the highest buyback prices. If you don't mind receiving Amazon gift cards you should sell your books here.
Having said that they are a bit slower at processing stuff than a lot of the other companies, probably because of the volume they receive every day. Also they have a 2 copy limit per ISBN which sucks, but I still sell here quite often
|Oct 2015||I've used Amazon to trade in my books a couple times now and they have always given me the quoted offer without any trouble. It will take at least a week for them to get to your order AFTER they receive your package so be prepared for that. The one thing that you can use Amazon book buyback for which I don't think some people realize is for books which you aren't 100% sure will be accepted or not. Unlike every other book buyback site which I've used that will simply throw away your book and leave you penniless if they deem your book in an unacceptable condition, Amazon will ship your unaccepted books back to you free of charge.|
|Oct 2015||Slow to Pay. Make sure you call and or email Amazon in regards to the status of you trade in. They are super slow and require a lot of hand holding to get your credit...never the less, you can make a profit off them.|
|Feb 2015||Always a great experience. Quick check in, quick payment for the gift card!!!!|
|Jan 2015||No minimum to ship to them. They only pay out in Amazon gift card that is added to your amazon account. Not a problem for me, since I buy quite a bit from Amazon. They will also pay to ship the book back to you in case they receive it and they decide to downgrade its condition.|
Amazon was my first experience with selling books in this manner. I had a good experience. These are the pros and cons in my opinion...
Pro: They paid me the very same day that my books arrived at their facility and they paid the same amount originally quoted.
Con: They only pay in Amazon gift certificates, which might be a drawback for some folks. I also discovered after the fact that some of the books that I sold Amazon were being bought at much higher rates by other vendors and that is actually how I discovered Bookscouter. I found that several of the Amazon buyback prices were similar to other vendors, but I was disappointed to learn that a couple prices were 40% lower. Depending on your shipping preference, I believe Amazon is limited to either UPS or USPS (for free shipping) and not Fedex, which for me doesn't make a whole lot of difference, but it may matter to others.
|Nov 2014||Negative comments here are simply a result of user error. If you ever have questions about a trade in, use the chat feature and contact customer service. Simply scroll to the bottom of any page on Amazon and click "Help". You can select that you have a question about a trade in and then chat with a rep. In EVERY SINGLE instance, they have provided me with tracking information on an item that has been returned to me. They always ship UPS, which is going above and beyond, considering I only know of one other sell back company that even sends books back at their expense if they don't meet standards. Gift cards are applied usually within a week of delivery. I've never had a single issue with them. If you don't know how to navigate Amazon to use customer service, I can see why you'd have a problem. I've even contacted them about buybacks that show delivered and I have not been paid for and the rep will credit my account right then and there. Try going through the right channels before leaving poor reviews.|
I have sent many books to Amazon. Only once have I disagreed with there rejection. Customer service is first rate, and the free returning of a rejected book is unmatched by any buyer.
So, ship your books with confidence.
|Sep 2014||Got full quoted amount. The only thing I don't like is the whole process is so SLOW! The tracking status shows they have received my books. I had been waiting for one week since they got my books, but no further responses. Until I reached the customer service, they finally paid me.|