For the third time this week, I’ve bought a new book on BookFinder.com for less than the price of the cheapest used copy (including shipping).
My city is working on a climate action plan, which residents are being asked to respond to. I’m doing some background reading about the issues, and as part of that, I purchased two recent British books on the topic via BookFinder.com; in both cases, the price of a new copy was less than that of the used. For example, I bought Kyoto2 by Oliver Tickell for $17.45, far less than other new offers (e.g. $24.94 from Amazon.com), and a dollar less than the cheapest used copies. (All prices are postpaid to the U.S.)
My wife and I are trying to plan a vacation together, but we don’t know really where to go (our vacations invariably revolve around visiting family). So we went to the local library last week and checked out a lot of travel books; among them, we both liked Make the Most of Your Time on Earth, a book of travel ideas. We just used BookFinder.com to buy a $16.47 copy from ValoreBooks, $1.06 less than the cheapest used copy, and $3.36 dollars cheaper than the Amazon.com new price.
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