Sell Books Dalhousie

Sell Books Dalhousie


Sell your used textbooks to the Dalhousie University Bookstore using this instant price quote app! It allows you to scan the barcodes of books that you'd like to sell using your phone's camera. You'll find out instantly how much we'll pay you for your used books. Please note: This application is able to use your camera to scan barcodes, however the camera on IPod Touch doesn't have the resolution to capture barcodes reliably. But, you can always type in your ISBN. If you have any trouble, please let us know! Prices quoted through the App can change at any time without notice.
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About Sell Books Dalhousie
Sell your used textbooks to the Dalhousie University Bookstore using this instant price quote app! It allows you to scan the barcodes of books that you'd like to sell using your phone's camera. You'll find out instantly how much we'll pay you for your used books. Please note: This application is able to use your camera to scan barcodes, however the camera on IPod Touch doesn't have the resolution to capture barcodes reliably. But, you can always type in your ISBN. If you have any trouble, please let us know! Prices quoted through the App can change at any time without notice.

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A Google User
Apr 21, 2014
I hate Dal for making my books worth less than they should!
A Google User
Jul 11, 2012
Htc one v Works, though I am not one to sell my books back in the first place.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2012
Htc one v Works, though I am not one to sell my books back in the first place.
Dawud
Jul 11, 2012
Htc one v Works, though I am not one to sell my books back in the first place.
A Google User
Dec 27, 2011
good app, bad dal great app for anyone who wants to come to the realization that they shoild never sell any books back to the dalhousie bookstore