Ordering books from Amazon

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I'd like to order some books, but don't know if they are being delivered. Does anyone know how it works? Does the mailman bring them, or would I have to pick them up somewhere?

Any help is appreciated... I'm all out of reading material.
 

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Thanks for the referral - I checked, but the books I want are listed as unavailable. Amazon has them in the used books section.
 

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+1 for book depository. They are owned by Amazon. Free shipping. Arrives here via correo argentino. I have used them a lot.

Amazon works as well. They seem to use DHL these days. Will get here faster, but you pay the expensive international shipping.
 

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+1 for book depository. They are owned by Amazon. Free shipping. Arrives here via correo argentino. I have used them a lot.

Amazon works as well. They seem to use DHL these days. Will get here faster, but you pay the expensive international shipping.
Edit: Not sure about the used books, though. Those might be third parties selling them over the Amazon platform. Or are they shipped by Amazon?
 

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They are sold and shipped by used booksellers, probably via regular mail. I've got books from Amazon before - the mailman left a note in the mailbox and I picked up the package at the local Post Office.

But with this virus thing everything seems to be upside down.
 
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