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Another Book Sale Finder

Sep - 23 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

Last week I wrote about Book Sale Scout and then I found out about Book Sale Finder. Both are pretty handy. Personally, I like that Book Sale Scout better it lets you search for sales – it also lets you list your sales for free.

I still think that both need some serious design help. The ads are overwhelming on Book Sale Finder and on Book Sale Scout they don’t seem to know how to keep their ads within the borders of their page.

What this means? It means if you’re shopping for books go ahead and check both sites – if you’re looking for a place to advertise your book sale – go with Book Sale Scout.

[update] I just got an email correcting me – apparently Book Sale Finder offers free ads to non-profits – always has – I just didn’t find that fact when browsing the site. Sorry about that. [/update]

4 Responses so far.

  1. Maureen says:

    Are you aware of any other web sites where book sale events are listed?

    I am part of a Friends group for our local library and we would like to list our semi-annual sales where it would be appropriate.

    Thank you.

  2. Nicole says:

    Nope, those are the only ones I’m aware of.

  3. Garret says:

    There’s a new one called which looks like it might be pretty handy. At least it looks like they’ve got a number of features in the works.

  4. Jullie says:

    Another new one is It seems like it is similar to the old book sale scout where you can search by zip code.

    It also has a lot less ads that is very annoying from

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