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Save on Textbooks 2014 Edition

So, every year around this time I make it a point to give out free advice on how to purchase textbooks. WHy? Because I used to work in a textbook store and I LOVED it. This year I’m going to take a bit of the short route and post a list of links below to everything you need to know. Some of them will be links to websites to help you guys out. Others will be links to article both by me and from the web that help to explain the best ways to go about purchasing textbooks either for yourself of for your college student.

Here we go!

Most campus have a college bookstore that more than 80% of the time is owned by Barnes and Noble. Want to find out what the website of for your specific store Or if your school even has a Barnes & Noble? Go to this website:

1) bnctextbookrental.com  <—click here

If your school doesn’t have a campus bookstore (for some weird reason), you still have options to rent. Go to the website below. I’ve used it for years. Not only are the prices low, but the majority of their books also have e-book options:

2) Chegg.com  <—click here

Want some advice on the best routes to buying textbooks, here are a few links:

3) How To Save On Textbooks  <—click here

4) University of Houston Students Please Read (applies to all schools) <—click here

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out! I have plenty of advice to shell out

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