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    joes71351
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    I know I've seen websites listed on this group for finding textbooks

    cheaper than new. But I didn't write them down at the time, of course,

    and now I need them. My daughter will be a freshman in high school in

    the fall and two of the textbooks she needs will be brand new, and

    costing around $90 EACH.



    Can someone direct me? Thanks.








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    jeanne
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    my son just bought a college textbook off of www.half.com you could check

    there.



    jeanne



    On 6/5/08, joes71351 <joes71351@yahoo.com> wrote:

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    > I know I've seen websites listed on this group for finding textbooks

    > cheaper than new.



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    Guinea Chawla
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    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" background="none" style="font-family:arial;font-size:10pt;color:#000000;background-color:#ffffff;"><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">try amazon.com that is where we got our textbooks for college


    Guinea
    www.marketamerica.com/ginsglow

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    From: joes71351 <joes71351@yahoo.com>
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    I know I've seen websites listed on this group for finding textbooks
    cheaper than new. But I didn't write them down at the time, of course,
    and now I need them. My daughter will be a freshman in high school in
    the fall and two of the textbooks she needs will be brand new, and
    costing around $90 EACH.

    Can someone direct me? Thanks.






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    Cass Rogers
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    www.alibris.com&nbsp; is the best one and chaepest I have found so far but

    another really good one for school books is academic book services.

    Academic Book Services - Shopping Cart

    &nbsp;

    Good Luck



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    Subject: Budget101.com : cheaper textbooks



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    Linda
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    You might try eBay, my grandaughter got some great savings on there

    last year. Another good site is half.com, which is actually a

    subsidiary of eBay. On there you don't bid, you just see what

    everyone's charging and pick one. They're great for books and music. A

    lot of times cheaper than eBay too. And their shipping charges are

    cheap (media mail). I usually watch for one with good feedback ratings

    too. Also searching the individual books in Google might be a way to

    see what's out there cheaper. I do that a lot for comparisons. I am a

    bookworm!



    Good luck,

    Linda





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "joes71351" <joes71351@...> wrote:

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    > I know I've seen websites listed on this group for finding textbooks

    > cheaper than new. But I didn't write them down at the time, of course,

    > and now I need them. My daughter will be a freshman in high school in

    > the fall and two of the textbooks she needs will be brand new, and

    > costing around $90 EACH.

    >

    > Can someone direct me? Thanks.

    >










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    Wendy
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    I know of www.half.com and have used it a couple of times!



          

    Wendy

    myspace.com/novaprincess79

    newstarsisters.bravehost.com



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    From: joes71351



    Subject: Budget101.com : cheaper textbooks

    Can someone direct me? Thanks.










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    M R
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    I am a graduate student and I have hundreds of dollars worth of textbooks to

    purchase each semester. I have found half.com is so far the best. I have saved

    tons of money- I have also sold my textbooks by posting them back on half.com

    when the semester is over. Sometimes I have been able to sell them for the same

    price or even more than I bought them! Stick with the individuals that are

    selling and not the big booksellers. I have found the individuals to be more

    reliable. Also, sometimes you can luck out on ebay, sometimes amazon, and once

    I found Barnes and noble to be the cheapest for one book.



    Good Luck- Michelle in MA












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    Ruth Molenaar
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    Amazon.com as well--just look up the textbook by isbn, find it and then see

    if there are used ones for sale. I have bought most of my daughter;s college

    books there and resell them when she is done.





    ruth



    On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 6:47 PM, Linda <lkdclark@yahoo.com> wrote:



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    > You might try eBay, my grandaughter got some great savings on there

    > last year.






 

 
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