Get Your Textbooks For Less

It’s a new year and for college students, it’s a new semester. By now, you’ve probably bought all of your books for your classes and hopefully you did not have to pay an arm and a leg for them.One of the things I’m enjoying about being a graduate student in creative writing is that there are no textbooks for my classes, just novels which are cheaper. However, as an undergrad, I remember paying upwards of $400. I also experienced ordering books all together on Amazon only to have them arrive in three separate shipments spread out over a month.

There is no reason for any student to pay that much or endure that much hassle, which is why renting your books is a much better option.

At Shakespeare & Co., you can save up to 80% by renting your textbooks. You can order online and have them delivered within the next two days. At the end of the semester, you can return them in person or through the mail.

Another drawback to buying textbooks is that you’re often stuck with them after the class is over. Ever had to deal with clunky, heavy textbooks when you’re moving? If you haven’t, you don’t want to.

Shakespeare & Co. also buys used textbooks. You can check their website to see what books they buy and how much they will pay you for them.  This is a great way to get some fast cash.

With their four locations, including one in Brooklyn, Shakespeare & Co. is a thrifty and convenient way to rent and sell textbooks.

Audrey, the New School
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