Thriftbooks: A Cheap Way To Read

Are you a huge bookworm but can’t afford the expensive costs of books nowadays? Thankful to you, there’s a website right at your fingertips to solve this problem. It’s called Thriftbooks.

Thriftbooks is a large web-based used bookseller founded by Daryl Butcher and Jason Meyer in the summer of 2003. It is a convenient and safe way to sell used books, DVDs, CDs, VHS tapes, video games, and audio cassettes.

Thriftbooks: A Cheap Way To Read

Thriftbooks, headquartered in Tukwila, Washington, has 10 warehoused located across the U.S. It is one of the largest used booksellers in the United States, selling nearly 12 million books a year. The website is full of a variety of genres, ranging from children’s books to rare and collectible books with young adult and fiction in between.

While slightly used, the books are all still in good enough condition to be passed from person to person. The books are highly discounted, reaching prices as low as $3.50. The website offers what’s known as “ThriftDeals” which allows you to choose the books you want and get them at discounts such as 2 for $7, 3 for $10, and 4 for $12.

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