How to lower your textbook costs up to 70%

You can actually save as much as 90% on Monday but I’m going to stick with a more conservative number based on my tests over the course of the past few years.

In my continued quest to save you time and money, text book costs are rising faster that tuition costs. With a single text book demanding prices of $200 – $300, something needs to be done!

Students will vigorously price compare apartment costs and meal plan costs but less than half of the students I interviewed comparison shopped text book prices.

Whether it’s due to time constraints or other pressure, there are great tools readily available. One of my favorite search engines to help students (and parents) lock in the lowest text book prices takes only seconds to use.

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