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If you've been looking for a way to sell your books online, Ziffit has the answer.
Just enter your ISBNs or scan in the barcodes using the Ziffit app to find out how much your books are worth. It really couldn't be easier.
Whether you need to offload last term's textbooks, part with a disappointing bestseller or just clear some room on your bookshelves, we offer great prices for a whole range of titles. Hardback, paperback, brand new or thumbed through, it couldn't be easier to sell with Ziffit.
The good news is that it is beautifully simple. The even better news is that the whole process is free.
All you need to do is enter your ISBNs on Ziffit.com or scan the barcodes through the Ziffit App for iOS and Android devices. Fill up your basket; then, if you are happy with the quotes provided, proceed to the checkout.
Here you will be able to choose your preferred payment method. We currently offer bank transfers, PayPal payments and also a charity donation service in association with JustGiving.
Delivery is all taken care of too, with Collect+ drop-offs available for smaller trades and one of our FREE courier service partners for those who have a few more items to sell. It is all automatically calculated on weight, so you will be told during the checkout process which service to use.
So trade in those unwanted books and earn a little cash. If you're downsizing, this can help to free up a bit of extra space. Alternatively, if you're looking to evolve your literary collection, the extra funds may help to finance a fresh buying spree.
Every item we receive is manually checked on arrival at Ziffit HQ. So if your books are barely being held together or contain an entire year's course notes, please be aware that we may not be able to accept them.
That's the best thing about Ziffit. We are happy to take anything and everything. All you need to do is enter your book's details and get a quote.
There will always be occasions where we may reject a few titles, but you won't find out until you punch in the ISBN or scan the barcode.