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  • 7 Ways to Get the Most Cash for Textbook Buyback

    Dec 10, 2014 • Textbooks.com • Saving & SpendingRead More »
    7 Ways to Get the Most Cash for Textbook Buyback

    Cash. We could all use a little extra of it this time of year. Holiday travel, presents, next semester’s books – there’s no shortage of things to spend it on. So now how do you get more of it? Sell back your books via our textbook buyback program, of course. And we’ve got some pointers on how to ensure, maximize, and otherwise up your buyback cash total. ...

  • Textbook Buyback Tip: Don’t Sell Textbooks Like This!

    May 7, 2013 • Textbooks.com • College TipsRead More »
    Textbook Buyback Tip: Don’t Sell Textbooks Like This!

    By the end of the semester, when we start reminding you to sell us your used textbooks for the most cash, you’ve heard it a million times: Keep your textbooks in good condition. It’s obvious why! We don’t buy back books in bad shape because other students can’t use them. And reusing textbooks to save [&hellip...

  • 8 Tips for Selling Used Books for Big Bucks

    May 7, 2013 • Textbooks.com • Saving & SpendingRead More »
    8 Tips for Selling Used Books for Big Bucks

    As your schedule gets more crowded than the dining hall’s DIY waffle station, you might not be thinking about how to keep your textbooks sturdy, stain-free, and in good condition. But take care! Books in bad shape aren’t worth beans at buyback because they’re unusable by other students. Straight from the horse’s mouth, here are 8 tips [&hellip...

  • Why Smart Students Take Care of Their Textbooks

    May 7, 2013 • Textbooks.com • College TipsRead More »
    Why Smart Students Take Care of Their Textbooks

    If you’re a college student, you probably own a textbook. And once you buy a textbook, it’s yours, right? So you can do with it what you want. But whether you plan on adding that textbook to your library or just want to get the biggest bang for your buck when you sell it back, you [&hellip...