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Our used book buying counters are open with limited hours at all threeof our Portland-area locations! Please know that when selling yourused books in-store, we offer payment via store credit only (no cash).




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The best source of used books is you, our customer. Having more used textbooks in stock is the single most significant way the UCLA Store can reduce your textbook costs. Our preference is to purchase them from you rather than purchase them from a used book company.


Buyback prices are determined by campus demand for the book next term or national demand via used book wholesalers. When the UCLA Store needs a title for the following term, we attempt to pay a premium for it over wholesale buyback prices and online buyback prices. It is our preference to buy those books back from UCLA Students.


Selling Books online to Sell Back Your Book could not be easier. Simply enter your books ISBN number in the box above and we will give you an instant price quote! Sell books with free shipping and no worries about if your book will sell or not. Our online book buyback tool is the best way to get value for your used books.


Why let those old books continue to gather dust? Give your used books a good home and get cash in your pocket today! Our process is risk-free and honest, we tell you exactly which books we can receive, what they are currently worth at that moment, and you have the option to see your overall quote before accepting. You can even click below to download our mobile app so that you can scan the ISBN codes with your phone!


Direct Textbook is a free service that instantly compares offers between the web's most reputable textbook buyback vendors on a single page. Direct Textbook also allows you to set Buy Back Price Alerts, which notify you via email whenever a vendor offers the price you want for your textbooks.


Direct Textbook does not buy textbooks. Instead, we connect you with the best-paying and most reputable buyback vendors. Once you see an offer you like, click the Sell Now button. You'll be redirected to the buyback vendor's website to complete your transaction.


If you're selling multiple textbooks to a single vendor, it depends on that vendor's system and policies. If you're selling multiple textbooks to multiple vendors, you'll make individual transactions for each vendor.


Direct Textbook Buy Pack Price Alerts let you name your price! Once a buyback vendor makes an offer that meets or exceeds your price, you'll be instantly notified via email so you can sell your textbooks at the price you want.


To try to save money, many students opt to rent their books instead of buying them. But is this cost-saving measure worth it? Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of buying versus renting your college textbooks below.


Students who have their own textbooks tend to do better in their classes. A 2017 study by Inside Higher Ed found that half of students who avoided or delayed buying books earned lower grades. If you buy college textbooks, you can also highlight and write notes in the margins to help you study.


Depending on your major, information in textbooks may continue to be useful well beyond graduation. If you own your books, you'll always have them to use as a reference. For example, engineering and science textbooks may contain many useful formulas that can help you work out equations on the job.


If you buy textbooks that you no longer need, you can resell them to your friends or classmates, to the campus bookstore, or through an e-commerce site. Depending on the quality of the book and the demand, you may be able to recoup a significant amount of your original purchase price.


Purchasing new or even used textbooks can be quite expensive. Campus bookstores are convenient, but their used book inventories might be scarce. Many students struggle to afford the price tag of books at the beginning of every term.


If you buy your books with the intention of selling them back, be mindful of highlighting or writing in your textbooks. If you sell them to a friend, marks and highlighting might not matter. But if you sell them to the campus bookstore or an e-commerce site, the sale price may plummet. It can be difficult to sell a used book, especially if it's filled with marks from your study sessions.


Renting books is less expensive than buying them. You can rent textbooks in most campus bookstores, as well as from e-commerce sites like Amazon and eBay. This option can help you save hundreds of dollars each term, which can really add up over the course of your time in college.


Similar to buying used books, if you're renting your textbooks from an online dealer, you might be unpleasantly surprised by the condition of your books when you get them. Stray notes and highlighting may be distracting for some learners. Additionally, a rental company might try and charge you for damage to a book you didn't cause. Read the fine print on rental agreements carefully.


Many textbooks feature supplemental information, such as access codes for online lesson plans and coursework. Rented books, however, may not contain this information, or rental companies may charge extra for these materials, which can drive up the price.


Students have many options for renting their textbooks, from campus bookstores to e-commerce sites. Each e-commerce site has different policies on returns, shipping, and rental periods. It's important to read the fine print before agreeing to rent any college textbooks. Here are a few rental companies to consider.


Renting, whether from websites like Chegg and Amazon or actual stores or other students, usually offers significant discounts, especially if the book has been previously used or is in a digital format. Lesson one: it pays to shop around.


For example, students can rent a new edition of Statistics for $144.15 from Barnes & Noble at BU, or a used copy for $99.80. On a recent visit to the Chegg website, the same book was available for rent for $63.49 and on Amazon for $63.34 Note: neither Chegg nor Amazon specify whether their rentals are new or used.


The best way to save money is to buy textbooks used online. Do not pay full price for a new textbook. Used textbooks are still in good condition. Plus, when you buy textbooks, you can sell them back for cash to textbook buyback websites like Mybookcart.com. You can do it all online now.


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