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Just rent them from chegg. You save money and don't have to worry about selling them back to your school at 25% of what you actually paid. School bookstores burn the fuck out of poor students
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buy used from amazon, buy the cheapest one listed. look for the $1 to $10 ones. renting should be last resort
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ask to borrow from classmate then never return

so what are you gonna say to them when they ask you for their book every day in class?
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hey is it better to rent or buy used.... i need to buy some text books this weekend for summer school or where do everyone get their text books at since this is a new year.. but i am thinking about renting two books pros/cons
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June 9, 2012 @ 06:24 AM

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Just this past semester, I needed a math book for my stats class. The only problem was that the book was going for like $150-ish because of the access code it included. I didn't need the access code though. After looking and looking, I found the book on Chegg for about $75 brand new! Of course it didn't have the access code though which is fine. Just recently, when the semester ended, I sold the book back to Chegg for almost exactly $65. That's right, it costed me around $10 to use a textbook for a whole semester. Not bad! I was also almost going to rent that book too for $40-something before I found it for sale. Point being: just look around a LOT! When you think you've found the best deal, keep looking. Sometimes renting is cheaper, sometimes it isn't because of the resale value.

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