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Old 01-29-2007, 11:00 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a good, cheap, reiable website that sells college books? thanks Nick[/code]
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I've been told that you can get good deals at amazon.com
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I think my brother gets them from ebay or amazon. He buys them from the college store and then returns them when the cheaper ones come in the mail so that he doesn't have to go without book for the first week of class.
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before you go that route make sure to check your schools return policy REAL good. where i go they have a set date that once you go beyond that all you can do is sell them back. you'll get next to nothing for them then.
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I personally used www.alibris.com this past semester. Not sure how they were price-wise, I know they were quite a bit cheaper than the on-campus bookstore, so thats all that mattered to me. Almost every single book I ordered came quickly except for one, which I just got today. If we hadnt cancelled classes the first week, I wouldve now just finished my second week without a book.

Alibris doesnt sell many books, mainly they network together booksellers. I did a group project on them last semester, so I decided to use them this semester.
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check on
www.amazon.com
www.ebay.half.com
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www.ebay.com

When buying text books, you may wish to get the ISBN code number from the book as there are many, many editions out there of the same book. when we need to buy them, we go to the college store, get a good look of the cover, jot down the ISBN code, and then go online to search. It is probably not crucuial to get the exact same one.

However, some text books take a long time to receive if they refuse to expedite shipment...that can be a problem if you need it for an assignment.
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thanks for all the replys. I usally just front out the cash for the books at the book store but this sem. the bookkeeper person decided to only order 15 books for the class i'm in and theres 45 students....smart right .. ya i know.. so i was left with no choice to finding other ways of finding this book. So ill search the websites and try to find the cheapest and fastest shipping one.. thanks again Nick
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What book do you need? It would be funny if someone here has a copy....
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sorry took so long to get back i was at work... but the book i need is

Microsoft Word 2003
Signature Series
By:Nita Rutkosky, EMCParadigm Publishing Inc..

So does anyone have this book and willing to sell it to me? Thanks for bringing that up Singscountry i would have never thought of that... Nick
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No problem Nick... that'* what we Mom'* do best...
PS - I edited your title too...
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