In the sad case that your textbook is not worth anything from the 36+ vendors on BookScouter, we want to help you find a new life for your book. Take a look at our tips for donating and recycling your books.
Sometimes you get a good buyback offer for a textbook and no offer for a piece of fiction. Why is it so? Let’s take a look at a practical case.
How do you know if your book is a true first edition? Your book may be labelled as a first edition, but may not be from the original publisher or date. We’ll help you decide whether or not you have a true first edition.
Taking care of your textbooks will make sure you get a good resale price. You can get more cash if you sell them at the right time of year.
Our website asks for your book’s ISBN. What is an ISBN? Here is the history of the number that gives each book an identity and helps you make money on BookScouter.
After entering your ISBN, choosing a vendor, and describing the books condition, your job is not quite done. Look at our tips for packaging your textbook so it remains in its original condition during transit.