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Denver’s First “Pay What You Can” Bookstore

Denver just got its first “pay what you can” bookstore! You can take home all the used books you want, donate your old books, and support local nonprofits at 50/50.

Background on 50/50

The shop is the brainchild of David Chung, who has been selling books since he finished Smoky Hill High School in Aurora. He had a brick and mortar store until the rent went up.

Then he started selling books online. That experience made him aware of how many good books go to waste because they’re too heavy or inexpensive to sell on the internet. Chung decided to help them find new homes by opening a warehouse where you can shop in person.

Still, 50/50 isn’t just keeping books out of paper mills, and ensuring that everyone who wants books can get them....

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