The BEST sites for college books.
I hate getting ripped off by on campus bookstores that charge you three times the amount that most people online charge for! The truth is that most of the time campus rental stores ignore the fact that your tuition is already very high. With pell grants and student loan interest rates going out the roof, I compiled a list of the best sites that I guarantee will save you up to 80% or give you the highest check for used textbooks.
These are my absolute favorite places to save on textbooks:
Amazon student - Simple to use, over a million text books from previous students or discount companies at the click of a button. They’re even offering free delivery on sign-up.
Chegg - Plants a tree every time you buy a book (I know, it’s a beautiful business plan). Their delivery is fast and on average you save about 450 dollars per order. Mostly everyone I know buys from here.
E-Campus - New company but pretty easy to manage, just type in the isbn number or title of the book you need and you can buy or rent.
RentText - This one is possibly my favorite, it’s very independent and has a wonderful design and customer service. You can only rent or sell books on this one, but with high turn out.
What are some of your favorite sites?
Boosting. We still have to buy our books in Denmark on formal education. But then tuition is free and we’re paid to study. =D
And I have a point to saying that.
I full support the rights of LGBTQ men, women, and youth and I accept people who choose to live alternative lifestyles. But I am not personally involved and I do not know all of the specifics of what goes on for them. I suppose that’s obvious. Only in the past…
“Choose” is a strong term. I’m not offended that you said it, but avoid it in the future because it’s quite incorrect.
Everything else, totally agree. For all that I know about the LGBT community (including being bi myself), there’s so much that I don’t know. It’s a very sensitive subject that has a lot of details. I think that instead of getting offended, people should focus on trying to educate others. For instance, I just now told Kush that saying that people “choose to live alternative lifestyles” is incorrect, because it’s not a choice. I’m not hurt that he said it, and I’m not going to send him hate mail about it or stalk his home.
Moral of the story: don’t hate, educate. Unless the person completely ignores everything you say. Still, don’t threaten them. That’s the wrong way to deal with it.
Support the President with a $10 donation before midnight, get this rad car magnet. Win/win.
Yeah man, I can spot you ten bucks. You only gave me MY ENTIRE HEALTH INSURANCE AND EDUCATION.
Comment of the day.
I don’t know, you are only the first President to acknowledge that my friends should be allowed to get married. You made it possible for them to serve the country. You made sure that I’ll have health insurance when I graduate from college. I’m not buried in debt. My health insurance company has to tell me how much of my premium goes to patient care. You added 4.6 billion dollars to the Veteran’s Administration so that this country’s defenders can receive mental health care. You eliminated subsidies to private lender middlemen of student loans and protect student borrowers. You established the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. You signed financial reform allowing shareholders of publicly traded companies to vote on executive pay.
Surely that’s worth a 20?
You’ve had my back, now I’ve got yours.
Comment of the day, part the second.
Dear University students in Montreal who are protesting,
You already have the lowest tuition cost for post-secondary schooling in Canada, even after the hike. The government is also offering greater student loans and bursaries. Stop complaining and
be happy with what you havesuck it up.
Thank you very much.
You should come to Denmark.
This is a no-brainer.