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Ways to Save Money
#1 - Used Textbooks Cost Less
Before purchasing a new book, try to find used ones, which cost less.
#2 - Older Editions Cost Even Less
Ask your instructor if a previous edition will work, changes to the textbook can be minor.
#3 - Buy Early - Buy Low
Used books cost less when there are more of them, market price goes up when supply goes down, buy early when there are more books.
#4 - Sell Early - Sell High
The earlier you sell, the more you'll get. Once the buy quota is met, market prices plummet.
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#5 - Consider International Editions
The price difference can be enormous - up to 70% on new, same content textbooks.
International Edition Textbooks
Are versions produced for the overseas markets. Besides costing much less, they can have different covers, use black and white pictures instead of color, sometimes are printed on lesser-quality paper, and usually contain the same content.
#6 - Tax Credit for Textbooks
Save your textbook receipts as you may qualify for a federal educational tax credit worth up to $2,500 per year for your first four years.