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Cheap Textbooks

Posted by medliorator on August 30, 2007

Although oodles of online stores and marketplaces — like Biblio.com, [Valorebooks.com,] Abebooks.com and A1books.com — have in the past five years built large inventories of both used and discounted new textbooks, there’s no single site where you can always get the best deal.

 

Bookfinder.com, an umbrella search site that sifts through the inventories of hundreds of thousands booksellers worldwide, started a simple, easy-to-use textbook search tool. The way it works: enter a title, I.S.B.N. or author’s name in Bookfinder’s textbooks search box to navigate a huge database of 125 million new and used books. You can compare prices, shipping costs and the availability of less expensive editions published overseas.

Knowledge Is Priceless but Textbooks Are Not [NY Times]

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2 Responses to “Cheap Textbooks”

  1. I buy my textbooks using Bigwords.com! They search all the online textbook sites and find the best prices. Then, they add coupons, discounts, and shipping and show you where to buy them for the best price. They also have a buyback feature that shows you where to get the most back for your used textbooks!

  2. Diane said

    I buy all my cheap textbooks at http://www.cheapesttextbooks.com they have great coupons and search all the book sites to find the best price for your book!

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