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College Textbook Buying: Cheap and Easy!

Postby cheap-textbooks » Thu Aug 13, 2015 4:17 pm

College Survival Lesson 1:

Walking into a College Bookstore for the first time can be heart stopping! You’ve likely never paid $140.00 for a single book, but that’s the average. If you continue shopping, you can drop hundreds of dollars on books you will not need at the end of the semester. You’re excited, committed to your higher education, ready to excel…but wait!

Don’t get out your wallet. Get out your notebook or smart phone, and record the following information for each of your classes (You can also get the needed information on your teacher’s webpage: Click on the Syllabus):

Title of Book, Edition and Author’s Name
ISBN Number (is the most helpful)
College Bookstore Price (If you want to brag about how much money you saved!)

Now walk out!

Buying College Textbooks is cheap and easy on a specialty website just for college textbooks, Cheap-Textbooks.com
All you need is a computer (or smart phone), the internet, and your charge card.

Go to http://www.Cheap-Textbooks.com and tap in your Textbook Title or ISBN (International Standard Book Number) on the Search Bar and select the title. Tap the “Get the Cheapest Price” box.

You will find numerous copies of your textbook at far cheaper prices. Don’t be afraid to buy a used book. They often have helpful highlighting and notes. You can also purchase e-books (which are much lighter to carry around). Don’t want to purchase a book? You can rent one for even cheaper! Each option is an easy click to the checkout stand. Just make sure to check the shipping times so that you receive your book when you need it.

At the end of the semester, just go back to Cheap-Textbooks.com to sell your book!
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