Best Websites To Score Cheaper Textbooks

February 3, 2019

Photo: Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash 

 

It’s a new year, and for many of us, the spring semester is officially in full force. Unfortunately, preparing for the spring semester by buying your required textbooks is one of the fastest ways to drain your bank account. Instead of spending all that cash you got for Christmas, check out these websites to score your books for less!

 

Sellbackbooks.com

Before you scour the internet in search of the cheapest textbooks, visit sellbackbooks.com. This website allows you to sell old, used books and textbooks. Selling is a great way to do some spring cleaning and earn a little extra money to put toward those new books!

 

Ecampus.com

Ecampus.com is another great site to sell your old textbooks. You can buy and rent books as well. The website allows you to rent cheap textbooks and choose your return date, making the process super convenient. If you decide to purchase your textbooks to keep, Ecampus offers significant discounts on all listed prices.

 

Knetbooks.com

This website makes renting textbooks very affordable. With just three easy steps, you can rent and return a multitude of books from their wide-ranged selection. The rental service allows you semester-long, quarter-long, or short term rental options to best suit any student’s needs.

 

Biggerbooks.com

This site offers rent and buy options, and gives customers coupon codes each day of the week to receive discounts on their purchases! If you prefer reading online, this site also allows you to buy low-priced eTextbooks.

 

The start of a new semester means new opportunities to get involved on campus, make new friends, and work on accomplishing those New Year’s resolutions. Using these sites to score cheap textbooks will help you save your money to start the year off strong!

 

Nadia Pressley is a 20-year-old student at Mercer University. She is majoring in Journalism and Global Development Studies. Nadia enjoys photography, traveling, and live music. She hopes to work in digital media after graduation.

 

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