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Why Readers Need Shopless

So, you love cracking open a thick book, smelling that unique book scent, and delving into new worlds? In fact, you love it so much that you have hundreds of books taking up room in your house and burning holes in your wallet?

You need Shopless.

Shopless is an online platform where users sell whatever products they want directly to buyers. In a way, it gives average people a simple way to open an online store of their own.

How does this help you, though?

Well, it can help in two ways. Let’s go over it.

Get New Books Cheap with More Options

Have you been to a book store recently? You can expect to pay a premium price for any book you buy; even if it’s been out for several years. When you’re buying books left and right, that adds up, and it can turn your reading habit into an extremely expensive one.

At a store like Shopless, you can pay half as much; without sacrificing quality or missing out on the latest titles.

This is because fellow readers sell large quantities of books via the platform, and they keep their prices low due to them usually being second-hand items. Sure, if you insist on having a brand-new copy of any book you buy, you probably won’t want to buy from a user-based market, but you’re accepting the high prices of bookstores for no reason. The vast majority of used books are in close-to-mint condition.

Bookstores are also pretty good about stocking classic titles or ordering things upon request, but sometimes, they just can’t do that. Some rare books just aren’t possible for them to track down, and they typically won’t sell used copies.

When you use a platform like Shopless, you don’t have to worry about that. People who own a copy from when it was available can, and usually do, sell it. This not only lets you save money on hard-to-find books, but it makes finding them a lot easier, too.

Finally, there are no restrictions in place. Sellers can sell a book regardless of what it is. Some bookstores, warranted or not, refuse to stock certain titles due to the points of view of their CEOs and other suits, or they don’t want the bad press associated with putting certain books on their shelves. Sure, you can look around for these “banned” books in other stores, but Shopless makes it easy by letting you buy them straight from those who own them already.

Selling Your Old Collection

You can’t keep every book you buy. As an avid reader, you’ll quickly fill up every storage space in your house with books you’ll never read again. So, why not sell them and get money for new books while also clearing up space?

You can do that on Shopless. When you’ve finished reading a book, you can list it, free of charge, for other avid readers to buy; getting it out of your house in the process.

Use Shopless for Your Book Habit, Now

By not using Shopless to find new books and sell your old ones, you’re costing yourself a lot of money.

Check us out today and see how Shopless can help you!