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Buy And Sell Textbooks ~REPACK~

You can sell back your textbooks almost every day, at the UVM Bookstore. The best time to sell is during BUYBACK which takes place twice a year during exam week. This is when the Bookstore will payyou top value for your books, if the book is needed for the following semester. At other times the books are shipped toa wholesaler who determines the price.

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Buy and sell textbooks directly from students at Diablo Valley College with the help of DVC Book Center. The DVC Book Center Textbook Swap is here to help Diablo Valley College students easily buy and sell textbooks online. Students may submit listings to the DVC Book Center Textbook Swap for textbooks they wish to sell. List your textbook today!

We buy textbooks for wholesale prices everyday. However, the best prices on books is during Prep & Finals Weeks. Your books may be worth up to 50% of the purchase price, when they're being used next semester and quantities are needed. Remember, you must present a valid photo ID or your MavCARD to receive cash for your books at the UNO Bookstore cashier window located in Milo Bail Student Center, 1st floor.

As if college tuition, housing and food expenses were not already enough, the cost of textbooks can add a significant amount of financial stress to any student. In 2017 the College Board reported that the average expenditure of a full-time four-year undergraduate student is estimated to range from $21,000 to $51,000 depending on whether the student attends a private or public college or university. Within that budget, the College Board also found that an average of $1,200 is spent on textbooks each year. Every semester, students scramble to find textbooks for cheap while selling older books from previous courses. Although the campus bookstore is convenient, there are plenty of online resources offering a better deal and a wider range of textbook formats and selections. Here are the four best sites to buy, rent and sell textbooks.

Chegg has been in business since 2003 and is one of the most familiar sites when it comes to buying, renting and selling books due to its 21-day risk free return and free rental returns for all books using a printable prepaid shipping label. Moreover, Chegg has diversified its services by offering students online tutoring and even includes a four-week free trial of Chegg Study for all first-time purchases, a feature that provides customers step-by-step solutions for assignments and 24-hour Q&A help from experts.

Student2Student is unique in the sense that it allows college students to buy and sell textbooks directly with other students on their own campus or nearby campuses. For this purpose, there are no shipping fees or credit cards involved. Simply search for the desired book and type in the name of your college or university and the website will determine if it is available on your campus. The site also provides safety warnings and encourages students to avoid wiring or transferring money and to always do local meet-ups only.

Monts notes faculty benefit by finding out early if there are problems stocking a particular title, if there is a new edition, or if a title is out of print. The process also gets textbooks into the hands of students before they register, so that they can be sure the course is what they expect long before they walk into a classroom.

Buy and sell textbooks directly from students at Occidental College with the help of Occidental College Bookstore. The Occidental College Bookstore Textbook Swap is here to help Occidental College students easily buy and sell textbooks online. Students may submit listings to the Occidental College Bookstore Textbook Swap for textbooks they wish to sell. List your textbook today!

If you've been assigned a custom edition, all you need is the ISBN for the NON-CUSTOM EDITION to save money. You can either contact your professor, or look at the copyright page of the custom edition to get this. The non-custom version also has sell-back value when you're done with it, unlike the custom edition.

Just like we compare buying and rental options, we also compare sellback options. Most of the same websites that sell books to students are also interested in buying books. When you search for a book by ISBN, we provide a list of quotes. If you decide to sell your book to one of the sites, they will provide you free shipping labels. After you print the label, simply drop the book in the mail with the shipping label and you'll have that sweet sweet cash (or Amazon store credit if you sold through Amazon Trade-in) before you know it!

By compiling prices on textbooks into one, convenient spot, SlugBooks provides students with the cheapest prices available - even if those prices happen to be at the university bookstore. Buying or renting your textbooks has never been easier or cheaper. Just type in the school and the class and voila - the cheapest available textbook prices. We also allow search by ISBN, for those who prefer searching by book. We compare textbook prices between the largest and most trustworthy online new, used, rental and digital textbook sellers, including Amazon and Chegg.

...but they don't have to be. SlugBooks levels the playing field by providing information and finally (finally!) lets the student stick it to the man. We've seen $200 textbooks selling for less than $10 online. Our comparison tool makes sure that you'll never get taken advantage of again.

If you have books for sale, you can either list them in our localized students exchanges (every college has its own exchange), or you can sell textbooks through our sellback page, which also allows you to compare textbook prices between all of the sites that buy them back.

If you have this book go ahead and post it here and your listing will appear for all students at your school who have classes requiring this specific book. Make sure to price the book competitively with the other options presented, so you have the best chance of selling your book.

Our Textbook Sellback program puts money in your pocket! Just return your textbooks to us at the end of the semester. If we need them for the next semester, we will give you up to 50% of the new book's price.

Selling your textbooks back helps students by providing them with less expensive used textbooks for the next term. It also helps the environment by reducing the environmental strain of additional textbook printing. Everyone benefits with Sellback, so make sure you take advantage of this great program.

When I was in college I usually bought my textbooks online on sites like and then sold them back to the bookstore at the end of the semester. This combined the best buying price with the least hassle in selling.

Yes, buys international editions textbooks. To sell us your international edition textbook go to our homepage and enter the ISBN number for the international edition. Always make sure that the ISBN number you enter is for the correct edition of the book. If your international edition has a sticker of the barcode it is very important to enter the ISBN from the copyright page - for more information on how to find your books ISBN be sure to read what is an ISBN.

An international edition of a textbook is a textbook that publishers make available for sale outside of the US. Publishers usually price international editions based on the economy of the country they are selling in. International editions can also sometimes be referred to as:

If your International Edition Textbook says "Not for Sale in the US" - you might be wondering if it is legal to buy and sell international editions. The textbook publishers would prefer people not to buy and sell international edition textbooks in the United States (they would also prefer you not to buy and sell used books - ever wonder why custom editions textbook or loose leaf edition textbooks exist?) - But because of the decision by the Supreme Court in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. it is legal to sell International Edition Textbooks.

To get the most cash back the best time to sell your textbooks is at the end of each academic semester; however, textbooks will be bought back on a daily basis throughout the academic year at wholesale value.

If you rented a textbook from the University Store for the fall semester, those books can also be returned at our buyback location. Please remember, rented textbooks are property of the University Store and must be returned by no later than Friday, December 9 at 5 p.m. to avoid penalties. Please refer to the University Store's textbook rental agreement for any questions you may have.

If you are taking undergraduate courses at Cornell, you have access to your required digital textbooks and coursepacks in Canvas by the first day of class through the Cornell Academic Materials Program. Sign in to using your Cornell NetID and select View or Print Booklist view/print a list of the materials that will be used in your registered courses.

Sign in to using your Cornell NetID and select View or Print Booklist to view the textbooks and course materials for your registered courses. You may shop our site directly from your booklist, and you can also compare prices with other online retailers.

No, please use the shipping label provided. This label has your specific transaction information embedded in the label and is the only way the receiving facility can match the textbooks as coming from you.

NOTE: Sellers accept full responsibility for shipping damaged or unaccepted books. Please ensure you are shipping the same ISBNs as are listed on your packing list. Course packs do not have an ISBN and are not eligible for buyback. Textbook(s) identified as damaged or unacceptable upon receipt will yield no reimbursement and will not be returned to the seller.

The Coastline College Bookstore is open online for those who need to purchase textbooks. Vist the Bookstore Help Center for frequently asked questions or call Customer Service at (800) 325-3252. Phone support is available from 8am - 8pm Central Time. 041b061a72


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