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Sell Textbooks and Books on the Marketplace

Jun 11 2008 at 4:11 pm by

If you are a book seller looking to sell books online, is the place to list your books! With a combination of targeted online and offline marketing, we market to over 16 million college students nationwide.

To begin selling your books online all you need to do is:

  1. Register to become a marketplace seller
  2. Upload your inventory
  3. Ship your books
  4. Get Paid! We collect no fees unless you sell.

Seller Tools
Share in the efficiency of major web retailers with one streamlined order fulfillment program. Guaranteed to increase efficiency.

  1. Upload inventory files
  2. Sort and print item retrieval lists.
  3. Confirm and print hundreds of orders with one click.
  4. Print invoices and shipping labels.

Automate your Inventory and Order Processing – We accept virtually any file format.

Tech Assistance
We provide free unlimited technical assistance. Contact us now with any questions!

No Hidden Fees
The only fee we charge is 15% per item sold.

Seller Payment Guidelines fees per item sold: 15% of book sale price. Sellers will also receive a shipping credit based on the method of shipping.  The shipping credits are listed below:

Shipping Method Paid to Seller
Media Mail $2.69
Priority Mail $5.69

Seller Payments
Seller payments close on the 15th and last day of each month and are issued within 10 business days. Payments are currently issued by check.


For more information please view our Marketplace Seller home page, and make sure to check out our Tips for Booksellers page. If you have any questions, please contact us!

If you are a student looking to sell textbooks back online with our textbook sell back program, make sure to check our recent post about selling textbooks back online.

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