Textbooks prices have increased by 186% since 1986 and students find them harder to buy. Second hand books are equally expensive but there are a few online places you can buy them affordably. These include;
You may have heard of TextBookX.com because they have a handy Facebook app that allows students to buy and sell directly through your profile. I’ve never used this service, but leave a comment if you have.
This is a typical buy & sell used textbook website.
Here, Students get to outsource any academic help they seek because the website has subscription to many online libraries and journal databases to enable useful dissertation writing and research. You can also buy essay from this website.
I’ve never used this service, but they offer free textbooks in return for completed surveys. These textbooks have ads in them – which help pay the cost. Leave a comment if this service is legit or not.
eCampus.com provides a place to buy and sell discounted textbooks. You’ve probably seen their ads in your campus newspaper.
This websites compares textbook prices across a bunch of popular online stores like Ebay.com, Half.com, and Amazon.com.
CampusBooks.com claims to save students 58% on average on textbooks. Prices include tax, shipping and coupons.
A site similar to half.com – which allows you to buy discounted textbooks and novels.
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