Did you know that you can purchase most (if not all really) of your textbooks for your university classes on Amazon? Every year you start a new semester and get assigned five to seven textbooks per class that you are not even sure you will use right on the first day. Then you make your way to your school bookstore and your eyeballs literally gape out of your eyes the price tags of some of these textbooks you aren’t sure you’ll need. I’ve been there.
And while I don’t want to avoid buying the book as a whole because I’m sure there will be at least a reading or two assigned from it, I certainly do not want to buy it from the bookstore. So, I started using Amazon for pretty much all my textbooks.
They have such a wide array of subject matters that you are sure to find what you are looking for. You can at least get the third edition rather than the fifth, and most of the information will be the same. On Amazon you have the option to search by genre or to just type in the title you need. Most of the textbooks are offered at a significantly lower price than they are from the university. And if you have a Prime membership, you can take advantage of free, guarantee, two-day shipping, so you won’t have to wait very long to use them either.