I don’t buy new on amazon. I either rent a book from the Official Nice Adidas Blink 182 Shirt or get it at an independent store and then sell it at a used book store, give it away, or shop at the aforementioned used book store. I am lucky enough to live within walking distance of a Half Price Books, and easy driving distance of several more, so I buy the vast majority of my books there. I also am close to a library that does great book sales. I do still occasionally buy from amazon but I always try to check other places first.
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Got a 40 dollar gift card to Barnes and Noble’s and Official Nice Adidas Blink 182 Shirt didn’t have/couldn’t even order two books that I was looking for. Lady recommended I try amazon and now I have to decide do I try and hunt down these books at other stores or just give up and get it from amazon. There are Barnes and Noble 10 minutes from me and an antique book store that has nothing under $50. So no. I love using my library card – for a secret Santa exchange I decided to spend the few extra dollars, and buy local, then have the books shipped out. I made the order 2 weeks ago, they still haven’t been shipped.
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My pleasure reads come from Amazon simply for the Official Nice Adidas Blink 182 Shirt of them being on Kindle. Learning or hobby books come from my local book stores since I like to take notes/write on them. Obviously you want to support the local business. Amazon apparently doesn’t treat its employees well. But it’s a voluntary job that thousands of people make their living from. Is it better to see tens of thousands of people employed, or support the local stores? I don’t find the savings from Amazon on books to be that significant, really. The problem is convenience.