Are textbooks eating up all of your money?

Between buying the textbook, supplemental e-book, and online access code, you could easily spend a couple hundred dollars on the required textbooks for just ONE class.

I am here to tell you, “No more! No more will we bend to your capitalist agenda! No more will we allow you to commodify our education! We demand respect! We demand cheaper textbooks!”

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Okay, so maybe there are a few easier ways to get cheap textbooks. Check out these sites to find all of your textbooks at the lowest prices.


  1. Affordabook

http://www.affordabook.com/

Just type in the author, title, subject, or ISBN of the book you are looking for and sit back as Affordabook compares the lowest prices from Amazon, Chegg, and other textbook sources. Then be ready for the savings and watch it rain!

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2. FreeTextBooks App

This iPhone app allows users to have cheap textbooks delivered to their door. P.S. They also deliver cupcakes!

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3. Project Gutenberg

http://www.gutenberg.org/

Project Gutenberg has over 50,000 free e-books online. Now that’s a lot of books, just sayin.

4. Open Culture

http://www.openculture.com/free_textbooks

And Open Culture has 200 free textbooks as well. Cheers!


Maybe these sites will help you save some moola this semester, maybe not. But isn’t it worth a try? I mean, who wants to end up looking like this guy?

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