How Can You Save?
Tuition, textbooks, and just about everything else is getting more expensive every year. The last thing you need is to be short-changed. Unfortunately, university bookstores are doing just that...
Let's do the math
If you're lucky, a bookstore might buy back your books at 30% of their resale value. They add a used sticker and change the price tag, and typically sell textbooks back to unsuspecting students at 60%-75% of the original price. The worst part is they do it more than once, and often more than twice!
Together We Can Beat The System
After a semester of intensive study sessions and grueling all-nighters, you deserve a little extra cash in your pocket. Instead of taking it to the bookstore, you can share it with a student like you for half the ORIGINAL price of the book.
As you share the book with a 2nd user, the cost of the book for each of you is 50% of the cost of a new book. Eventually the 2nd user submits the book to be shared by a new person. Once a 3rd user gets the book, they pay a third of the original price. The 3rd user's payment is split between the first two users. If it's shared again, a 4th user pays a quarter of the original price, and that payment is likewise split between the first 3 users.
The more a book is shared, the lower the cost for everyone. Get a breakdown of HOW IT WORKS.
Textbooks Sharing Options - PrePay Sharing, PostPay Sharing
PrePay Sharing allows the student to buy book at full price, and share with other students in successive semesters, and save money for every one sharing the book, as illustrated below:
PostPay Sharing allows the student to buy book at discounted price but has to share with other students in successive semesters, as illustrated below: