Books Shopping Tips

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    1. Prices for textbooks often rise when school starts, so try to plan ahead and buy the books you need before classes begin.
    2. Buying second hand books is always a money-saving technique, but you can go one step further and opt for older editions that generally include just about all the text you need for your course.
    3. International editions of the same textbook may also be cheaper sometimes, so it’s worth having a look into them when shopping for books online.
    4. Never write in your textbooks if you want to keep their value for resale.
    5. Consider buying books in bulk – i.e. more than one at a time to enjoy discounts.
    6. Buying a digital copy is often cheaper than buying the paper version.
    7. Paperback editions are always cheaper than hardback editions.
    8. Always compare prices, as they may differ depending on the edition, even for the same title, especially for fiction.
    9. Look for places that offer student discounts.
    10. Pre-order your books when possible to get better prices.
    11. When buying used books, only purchase items in very good condition if you’re planning to resell them.
    12. Avoid buying books that you know you won’t ever read just because they’re on sale.
    13. Research the author first when buying fiction to get a taste of his or her writing.
    14. Remember that books are generally non returnable items.
    15. Box sets can save you money every time.
    16. Signed books are generally valuable and they may be worth even more over the years.
    17. Look for extras that sometimes come with books, like memorabilia or even book signs.
    18. Read reviews of a book when possible before purchasing.
    19. Get inspiration for new fiction books by joining a book club.
    20. Literary magazines often have coupons for book discounts.

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