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Those of you that use Amazon often... watch


    (Original post by Ghost)
    Thank you for your invaluable input.
    Sorry, what I meant to say was amazon is indeed good for books but if you're buying from new, play can be cheaper and it's free postage =)

    but for second hand books its ace as you can offend find what isn't on ebay.

    I only use it if I need something (ie. book, DVD) and can't be bothered to go hunting for it in the shops. However, most of the time it doesn't accept my debit card :rolleyes: so I've been using play.com more recently.

    I'll use it a couple of times a month or less, generally for books. Marketplace sellers are good place to look to find cheaper versions of most books (if you don't mind them being slightly battered etc) and are especially good for the more obscure titles that may not be in print any more.

    I've never had any problems from them and most of the time my orders arrive ahead of time when I'm ordering from the main site.
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