Earlier this month we took a look at TextBookMe (click here to read more about it) and we were pleasantly surprised with how easy and convenient it is to find a text book (or pretty much any type of book for the matter). It displays a handful of online places to purchase the book accompanied by price. I’m always one to hunt for a deal so this makes it much easier. What can I say I am selective at how I spend my money.
Now for some, the first school term is coming to an end (about 6 weeks left for some–talk about time flying by!) and those textbooks that you just purchased may be of no use to you anymore so time to recoup some of your loss and sell them. If you fall into this camp than you’ll want to check out BookBuyBack. BookBuyBack behaves very similar to its counterpart TextBookMe that allows you to swiftly pull up an assortment of online stores by simply scanning (or typing in the ISBN number) and pulling up a list of stores as well as how much they’ll buy back your book for. Some of the places even pay for the cost of shipping so finding a place to sell your books back (other than your local college bookstore) with BookBuyBack couldn’t be any easier.