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Selling Used Books on Amazon FBA in the UK

Last updated on August 28, 2019

Start selling used books of Amazon FBA in the UK today! There’s NEVER been a better time to get started.

Why used books?

There is so much money to be made selling used books on Amazon FBA in the UK. The return on investment can be CRAZY! In my case my overall average purchase price is £0.32 per book. My average sale price is £13.76. After fees I’m close to £10 profit per book! If you sell an average of only 3 books a day, that’s a £1000 profit per month. 3 Books a day is VERY easy! I hit 10 a day within my first few months. You would have to be mad NOT to do this!

Now, this is my main business so I’m not about to sell this as a “Get Rich Overnight Scheme”. It takes a lot of learning, trial and error, initial setup and some leg work. But it’s more than worth it!

How do I get started?

If you want to skip a lot of that trial and error and accelerate your learning then head over to my Instagram. I’m SUPER active on instagram posting daily stories of my finds and wisdom.I also answer dozens of your questions that I get on a daily basis. I also have a YouTube channel dedicated to helping you start selling used books on Amazon FBA in the UK specifically. I will embed the video most enjoyed by my audience at the end of this post.

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One of my favourite things about this business model is that you can do a lot of good at the same time as a majority of the stock you end up purchasing will be from charity shops. This allows you to support great causes whilst building yourself a sustainable monthly income. I also find it very environmentally friendly as you are saving books from landfill and connecting them with new owners to enjoy for years to come!

Enough waffling! Get out there and start today!

Check out my blog post about this business model helping to support charities

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