You’ve just gotten home from another successful semester of college. How do you sell the expensive textbooks that you only opened a few times? And where are you going to come up with the money for the next round of required expensive books for the fall? We’ve got you covered! Here are the best places to sell and purchase textbooks online.
It’s super easy to sell your textbooks back to Chegg.com. All you need to do is find the ISBN info inside of your textbook, enter it into the site and Chegg will tell you how much money they will give you for it. If you are happy with the price and choose to sell to Chegg, they will then send you a free shipping label to send it to them. You usually receive your money in 10-15 business days. You can also purchase textbooks from Chegg for the coming semester, but you also have the option to rent them. You end up saving up to 90% on textbooks, have 21 days to return the book if you end up dropping a class and you get a 4 week trial of Chegg Study. When it’s time to return the book at the end of the semester, simply ship it back with a free shipping label on the box it came in!
BookScouter.com has a very user-friendly site. Whether you are looking for a specific book to buy or sell, just type in the ISBN information and you will find the book you are looking for. You can choose to either purchase it at a price that is much lower than your college bookstore’s or get an estimate for how much you could make by sending it to them. BookScouter has also started a referral program where you can get money off your own textbooks when referring a friend.
CampusBooks.com gives you the option to buy, sell or rent the textbooks that you need or want to get rid of. On CampusBooks you can compare dozens of sellers to find the lowest price to purchase a book and the highest price to sell one at. Getting your money is convenient as you have the option to receive cash, check, payment through PayPal or even in-store credit to purchase books for the next semester with.
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