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Ways to save on cheap textbooks and other stuff while at college.

CheapestTextbooks.com Selling Comparison Page

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If you need to get some extra cash, and want to sell your old textbooks, CheapestTextbooks.com is the place to do it! Our selling comparison page gives you a look at what different merchants are willing to give you for your textbook.  All you have to do is search for your textbook, decide which merchant has the best offer for your book, and then sell it.

 The simple layout to the selling comparison page makes it easy for you to pick which merchant’s offer you like the best.  The far left column tells you the name of the merchants who are willing to give you an offer for your book.  The next column tells you what type of payment they will give you for your textbook, for example cash or check.  The third column displays the amount that the different merchants are willing to pay for your textbook, and the final column on the right is where you click the “sell now” button next to the offer you would like to go with.

After you click the “sell now” button, CheapestTextbooks.com redirects you to that merchant’s site, where you then fill out your information to finalize the transaction!

Since all of the merchants know that they are competing against each other for your textbook, they are sure to offer the best price they can for your book.  If you buy your textbook through CheapestTextbooks.com, you are sure to get a low price for it, then selling your textbook back through CheapestTextbooks.com can get you the highest price for it.  As a result you can even make profit off of your book if you buy and sell it through CheapestTextbooks.com!

As the end of your semester grows close, remember to check out CheapestTextbooks.com for updated buying and selling prices for your textbooks!

 

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Tips for Saving Money at College

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For college students, being out on your own can be very exciting. You’re finally on the way to starting your life, and away from your parents!  However, with the new found freedom comes great responsibility: learning how to spend your money wisely.  Here are some tips to help you learn how to save money.

1. Attend campus activities- Colleges offer a wide variety of on campus events for entertainment, such as movie or game nights, and musical performances.  Instead of going to the movies or the mall (where you will be spending money), go to the campus events since these are typically free to students.

2.  Rent or buy used textbooks- These options tend to be significantly cheaper than buying your textbooks new. 

3Pay bills on time- Forgetting to pay a credit card or phone bill can result in extra late fees, which in return means more money you have to spend.

4.  Make your own coffee- Energy is definitely needed for those long days in class, but consistently buying your coffee at coffee shops can add up with those expensive prices.  Instead, try to make your own coffee in your dorm or apartment to take with you to class.

5. Buy generic products- If possible, buy the store brand generic products when shopping for food and other necessities.  Think about what name brands you can live without, and switch to the generic brand!

6. Bring your own snacks to class- Instead of eating out, or on campus where your meal plans are not accepted, try to pack your own food and snacks to eat in class or when you have a break between classes.

7. Don’t bring a car to school- If you can live without a car on campus, you can save tons of money on gas and campus parking passes if you simply do not bring your car to school.  Try to use public transportation, or even ride a bike or walk if where you need to go is close to your college.

 Remember, to bring in extra money, you can always talk to your school’s career center.  They can help you to find a job on campus and even off campus if you are in need of money and have the ability to balance school and a job.

 

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