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  • Textbook Condition Guide

    Date: November 28, 2014 | Author: Jake Owens | Category: Tips & Tricks

    If you have ever bought a textbook online, then you probably noted the small description that was given of the shape it was in. This same grading system is used when you are selling books back. Whether it be at the school store (which is a bad idea) or through an online site (best idea) the buyer is going to want a description first, and to preserve your integrity, you need to know how to do that.

    This selling back of textbooks has really made a difference in the wallets of college kids all across the country. Sites like sell textbooks for cash will find the buyers and best price for you simply by you entering the bar code off of the..

  • Better To Rent Or BuyTextbooks

    Date: November 10, 2014 | Author: Jake Owens | Category: Tips & Tricks

    Over the last few years, there has a been a growing trend in college bookstores to “rent” text books instead of selling them. Compared to the price of buying the book, this may be seem like the cheaper option, but at the end of the day (or semester) you are still losing out.

    When you rent the book, you have to give it back at the end of the term, without getting any money back. If you are still in the dark ages and buying and selling your college textbooks at the campus bookstore, then this might work. But when you compare renting a book to buying one used online, there is really no comparison.


  • Sell Textbooks Back Online

    Date: October 10, 2014 | Author: Jake Owens | Category: Tips & Tricks

    Just like you can count on bad food in the cafeteria, you can count on swarms of students at the campus bookstore the end of every semester. What drives your fellow alumni to travel in packs there? They are making an attempt to get some money back for the textbooks they no longer have a use for.

    This is a system that has been taking place on college campuses all over the world for decades. Pay a ton of money for a textbook, look at it a couple of times when the professor tells you to, and then sell it back. Of course you don’t get back what you paid, even though next year’s owner is probably going to pay the same amount..