Used Textbooks vs. Campus Bookstores

There’s no argument that college textbooks are one of the pricier expenditures in a college student’s budget. Some services like sell used books, and others like Chegg offer rentals. But are they more or less convenient? And are students willing to pay the extra price to have their books right away?


2 Responses to “Used Textbooks vs. Campus Bookstores”

  1. Let's Students Earn Money for their Assignments | Edu in Review Blog says:

    […] they need in their school’s library. Also, since many ebooks cost less than $10, this “bookstore” will not break the […]

  2. Rent Your Textbooks to Save Money | Edu in Review Blog says:

    […] are now several companies that allow students to rent affordable textbooks and then return the used books when the students have completed their classes. Most of the time, this model is much more […]

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