So now that im a freshmen i just bought all my books and saved probably 400 dollars on amazon. id suggest anyone buying college books to use chegg or amazon as its much cheaper than buying from your college's bookstore. I have a referral link i am going to post but what it does is, if you have a .edu email address it will give you 6 months of free amazon student which is like prime. and ontop of that when your amazon student runs out in 6 months it says you can get amazon prime at half the cost (yes i am trying to get you to use my referral link as it gives me 5 dollars per person but it also basically gets you free prime for 6 months.) So if you havent done this yet and want free amazon student, i would prefer you use my recuitment link but you can also just go on amazon and sign up if you dont feel like getting me 5 dollars haha
I'll probably end up signing up, thanks.
Unfortunately like 3 of my books are specific to my college and I can't find them online. Sigh.
Oh god thank you. I'm about to have to buy college books and last year it ran me around 500$ for books I never even used.
Guys....Ill let you on my little college secret:
Go to bigwords.com
Paste the ISBN number of the text book you want.
My colleges bookstore: 1200$
Go my friends. Go off and celebrate!
I mean you can rent some books and have to send them back at the end of the semester but guess what? They provide you the box to send it back in, and postage so not that bad (besides some books even send you a check with your money back that you spent renting the book, was more like collateral). Oh and the best part? I ordered 5 of the math books i needed last semester and sold them back to my school for a 50$ profit each. LOL. I sold back so many they stopped accepting them from other people within the first day.
wow id like to buy and resell to bookstore