November 21st, 2008 09:22 EST
Are you Strapped For Money? Sell Your textbooks
BookFinder.com Buyback ensures students top price for their used textbooks
Cash-strapped college students looking to sell used textbooks can find the highest bid for their books by comparing buyback offers on BookFinder.com, a price comparison search engine for buying and selling books online.
Students simply go to BookFinder.com Buyback (www.bookfinder.com/buyback) and enter the ISBNs codes for the book(s) they wish to sell. The search engine checks prices from multiple buyers, allowing the student to pick whichever buyer is offering the highest price. Buyers pay the full cost of shipping books, so students don`t need to worry about postage.
"Being able to compare offers from multiple book buyers is essential to getting the best price for your book" explains Charlie Hsu, BookFinder.com co-founder. "We are dedicated to helping take the guesswork out of buying and selling textbooks by continuously offering more options to cash-strapped students."
BookFinder.com`s buyback system operates year-round, meaning students no longer have to worry about missing their college bookstore`s short buyback window. Because shipping is free, the site is currently available only to US residents.
Even students who decide to sell their books to a college bookstore can make sure they`re getting paid fairly by researching competitive offers on BookFinder.com Buyback.
Since 1997, BookFinder.com has been one of the best ways to find and buy new, used, rare, and out-of-print books online. The comparison shopping engine has over 150 million books available for sale from a network of 150,000 booksellers in over 50 countries, making it the world`s largest searchable book inventory, online or off.