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Where can I buy seforim online for cheap prices? I mean real seforim.....not digital ones.

I'm willing to buy seforim either new or second-hand.

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More specific: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/14870 –  msh210 Mar 1 '12 at 20:17

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Try Jewish Used Books.

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If it is a mainstream book (i.e. sold on amazon) You can normally find a used copy on Amazon. You can usually get a pretty good price if you're willing to buy used books that aren't in perfect condition. For example, this book is $20.95 new and only $8.84 used.

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Personally I highly recommend this: http://www.virtualgeula.com/index.htm I used it all the time when I lived in the US, because it was often cheaper to have them shipped sea-mail to me, then to buy them from anywhere(including online stores) in the US. That and he has a knack for finding rare Kabbalah Seforim.

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zolsefer.co.il usually has the cheapest prices for a very wide range of seforim, plus they have nearly all of them in stock so that your order can be shipped very quickly.

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Try CheapJewishBooks.com. All the profits go to buying Sefarim for people who cannot afford them.

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http://www.kodeshbook.co.il has very large variety of seforim, only new, for great price. What I like is that they can get you all Artscroll books in Israel for the Artscroll site prices but without the extra sales tax that is added on for purchases in Israel. Service is great considering that it is an Israeli based company, and they really do try to make you happy.

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