Our Pick for Textbook Shopping: Textbooks.com!

Next semester is fast approaching, collegiettes, and that means new classes and a whole new set of textbooks! There are a lot of sites out there for buying textbooks, but we've looked around and found our fave, Textbooks.com. Before you head straight to your overpriced school bookstore, search their huge selection of used textbooks -- it's where we found just what we needed, at the prices we wanted!

With over 10 million books in stock, Textbooks.com has the MOST used textbooks anywhere. Whether you're looking for used or new books, just want to rent, or prefer eTextbook downloads, they've got everything you need to start your semester off right. Their site is super easy to use, designed so you can get in, get your books and get on with your life. And since they hand-inspect every used textbook, you know that yours will be in good shape!

Textbooks.com is all about making sure that you get the best prices on high-quality used textbooks, with no hidden costs. Shipping is free, and if you drop a class, there's a generous 30-day return window so you can send back what you don't need.

When you're done with the semester, hit them up for textbook buyback, too! You'll get the most cash (not credit, but actual cash) back when you sell your books to Textbooks.com. With their Guaranteed Cash Back program, they'll give you 50% cash back on thousands of textbooks.

We think it's pretty obvious that Textbooks.com loves textbooks, and that love's not just in their name: it's in their free shipping, their policy of hand-inspecting every used book for quality, and their obsessively awesome customer service. Love is why they built the fastest, simplest, best ever textbook shopping experience for you and your fellow students.

So what are you waiting for? Check out Textbooks.com now, and make sure you shop with them next semester!

Happy book hunting, collegiettes!


Julia is a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University, where she studied Writing Seminars and Women's Studies. She lives outside of Boston and is a Fall 2012 Editorial Intern at Her Campus. Her favorite activities are writing, drawing, and eating sushi. She also enjoys picking up new hobbies, like photography, and she's trying hard to learn the ukelele!

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