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Tips on how to sell, buy and rent books for students. Here you’ll find tips and tricks along with updates and special offers from BooksRun, your all-in-one platform for selling, buying and renting books.

Our homes are the reflection of ourselves. The designs we choose, the balance of light and shade we prefer, all the pieces of the interior that surround us, up to the smallest details—all this is connected to how we feel and see ourselves. No surprise that if we introduce changes to our homes, these feelings change as well. Cleaning produces a similar effect. And spring cleaning is what we all need now that winter is giving way to spring. 

Read more > “Your Spring Cleaning Checklist from BooksRun”

Usually, when you sell your books or return rentals, you need to send the used books to the venue that provides buyback or rental services. To send them, you need to print a shipping label and attach it to the package. Easy, right? Yes, if you have a printer at home. If you don’t, you have to find a way to get this label printed. Yes, in 2021.

BooksRun found a better way. Now you can use a special QR code instead of looking for a printer to print a shipping label. No printing, no papers, no problems shipping your books to BooksRun!

Fast and easy – ship your books to us when you sell or return rentals without printing shipping labels! Just show the QR code to the mail carrier to send the books.

Carriers included: FedEx and USPS

The feature is available for the following services:

  • Buyback (when you sell your used books to us)
  • Rentals Return (when you return the books you rented from us)
Read more > “Great news from BooksRun: Ship your used books with no need to print a shipping label”

Have you wondered how textbooks appear at your doorstep? We would like to take the credit for all the hard work, but we cannot! BooksRun relies on several postal services to ship textbooks you’ve bought or rented. We process and prepare an order in our storage facilities, and then we hand it to a delivery company. These postal companies make sure that our textbook services are available to everyone across the country.

However, in recent weeks and months, we have all faced a nationwide problem of constant postal delays, no matter what company one uses (USPS, UPS, FedEx, and so on). It is a systemic failure that was only worsened by the ongoing pandemic crisis. Both customers and businesses who relied on delivery services are affected by this problem.

Read more > “Experiencing Delivery Delays? Here We Explain Why”

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