Get Easy Cash for Books with

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Textbooks are expensive, and we deserve something back for what we spend!  Selling back your textbooks post-finals can be incredibly satisfying—or unbelievably frustrating, if your campus bookstore isn't buying back particular textbooks, or only offers you a nickel for a book you spent over $100 on!  As the Fall 2012 semester ends, if you're looking for a convenient way to get the most cash for your books, check out  It's a fast, easy way to unload the textbooks you no longer need and get that cash back in your pockets by winter break—just in time for the holidays! is dedicated to making textbook buybacks a hassle-free, lucrative process for students.  Simply go to, click the "Sell Textbooks" tab at the top, and enter the ISBNs of the books you want to sell.  The website will generate an instant quote, i.e. what you'll be paid for mailing in a specific textbook.  If you want to sell your book for the offered price, you can choose either to have the amount credited to your PayPal account or to have a check mailed to you.  Either way, will provide you with a printable packing list and a pre-paid shipping label (mailing in textbooks with is always free!).  Simply package everything together and mail it off—done!

Quotes are good for 30 days, so you can even look up how much you'll get for a textbook and then wait until you're completely done with the book to mail it in.  Getting the quotes is fast and easy, and doesn't commit you to selling any of your textbooks.  Definitely check out this fantastic website!



About The Author

A Chicago native, Elizabeth is going into her senior year at the College of William & Mary, where she is majoring in Psychology and Literary & Cultural Studies. Last year she circumnavigated the globe and visited 12 developing nations with a study abroad program called Semester at Sea, honing her travel writing skills and chasing her dream of someday working abroad. Currently she is the Editor-in-Chief of the literary magazine Winged Nation and the Philanthropy Chair of her beloved music sorority, Nu Kappa Epsilon. When she's not writing her butt off for class or for pleasure, she can usually be found practicing harp, watching Community, or hanging out with her Phi Sigma Pi brothers.