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Sell Old Textbooks and School Books for Cash This Semester




Textbooks are your most important books in college. Most classes require them and experience will tell that it’s hard to survive without them. At some point in your college years, you will worry where you’ll get the funds for your textbooks. The answer is quite simple: sell your old textbooks!

Have you forgotten the books you used last semester and the previous years? Well then, it’s high-time for you to let go of these textbooks and at the same time, earn some money. Aside from earning money for selling your books, you also minimized your clutter and created more space for other items.

Where can you sell your old textbooks?
You may sell your old school books at the campus’ bookstore but there are higher chances that they would only purchase the ones that will be used for the next semester and the newest edition books. Sometimes, older books aren’t worth much here but in other places, these might be sold for higher prices. It is unreasonable to drop by every school’s bookstore just to look for buyers of these books. It’s a waste of money, energy, and time. This is where the internet comes in! There are numerous sites that buy old and used textbooks at fair prices. Some sites pay higher depending on the condition of the book, include free shipping and fast payment.

When should oyu sell your books?
If you think that there’s no need to hang-on to your old textbooks, you must sell these quickly, in fact, the earlier the better. Textbooks are easily outdated which means their worth could decrease instantly. See to it that these are still in demand before a new edition is released to be able to receive reasonable prices. If more students are selling their textbooks, there would be more supply, lower demand and therefore lower cash prices. With good timing, you can sell back your old textbooks to gain the highest cash price.

Let’s define ‘good condition of the book’
If you want to get a good price for your book, it should meet these conditions:
1. There shouldn’t be any markings (sticky fingerprints included!), highlights, or notes scribbled on the pages and cover of the book.
2. The book shouldn’t have tears or any damage.
3. No lacking/missing pages.
4. No bent ends of pages and cover.

Students can earn money off of textbooks by themselves without worrying too much and exerting great effort. In the end, selling your old textbooks reward you some that may help in your school expenses and create more savings.

If you’re looking for ease, convenience, hundreds of dollars of savings, or the best deals when you buy textbooks, then Bookgator.com is the best textbook online source for you. A social BookStore like Bookgator you can Buy or sell textbooks online, swap or trade old text books with other group members, organize your own bookshelf, and demand any book you want to read for free.

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