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How to Not Go Broke When Buying Textbooks

Postby cheap-textbooks » Sun Aug 03, 2014 8:34 pm

From Mashable.com
College kids, get ready to spend your hard-earned summer cash on textbooks.

Vital to the college experience is the tradition of poring over hundreds of pages of reading each week. However, the average textbook is far more expensive than a regular book. Some can cost upwards of $100 — or more. The average college student spent about $1,200 for textbooks and school supplies in 2013.
It doesn't have to be this way. There are plenty of shortcuts to keep your final costs down.

From repurposing used books to scouring the school library, you can always find ways to save money. Your tuition may be expensive, but your book-buying experience doesn't have to be.
See the 7 steps - http://mashable.com/2014/07/31/cheap-textbooks/
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