COLLEGE Textbooks | New – Used – Rent or Sell ???

CAMPUS STORE RIPOFF:

Each new semester gives you a Course Syllabus listing
all the books you are “Required” to BUY plus an additional
list of recommended books to buy.

It seems like a conspiracy between the college and their
book store trying to get you to spend ALL your money on
books you will probably not really need.

Then they are so specific about the edition of the book
which means you have to pay full price for a book that
you could be saving tons of money if you bought the
older edition.

WHY DO COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS COST SO MUCH?

Back in High School all textbooks were supplied by the local school district at Tax Payer’s expense.
But in college each student must pay for each book themselves.

And with textbooks selling for $100 to $200 or HIGHER, a student is looking at about $1000 per year or more just for textbooks.
With costs like this it is time to look for ways to save money…

BUY NEW-USED OR RENT TEXTBOOKS:

GO ONLINE and buy the same new or used books at
substantial savings.

Online merchants like Amazon were the first ones to
offer books for sale online.

By buying online many students have realized savings
up to 90%.

Now in addition to Amazon many others are doing the
same thing like Valore Books, Chegg Books and
Campus Books.

SELLING BACK YOUR BOOKS:

Once you are done with a textbook what can you do with it? Well if you want to get ripped off just go to your college book store and get back enough money to buy a stick of gum.

Rather than selling to your book store, just go online. There are several websites that buy used textbooks and pay you in cash plus pay for the shipping of the books to them.

VALORE BOOKS is one source that has a reputation for paying the highest buyback prices,
so you might want to check them out.