Posts Tagged ‘textbooks’

For many college students, summer is the time to relax, have fun, and take time off from school. For those who went away to school, summertime can also mean returning home and visiting friends and family. Even though you may have earned that break after a semester of hard work, consider the benefits of attending […]

Sales and bargains come and go, but when it comes to certain purchases, you can almost always get away with paying less than retail. If you’re looking to save some money (who isn’t?), then never pay full price for the following: Cars All sorts of purchases are negotiable, and when it comes to cars, haggling […]

Shopping for used items is a great way to save money when it comes to certain products, especially for things that are in like-new condition and are a fraction of the cost. Although you might want to opt for new when it comes to certain purchases—for example, expensive purchases that have non-transferable warranties—there are other […]

  If you’re a college student, you’re likely already thinking about your summer break. Whether you plan to return home and visit friends and family, go on a trip, or just relax, many college students use the summer as an opportunity to recharge for the upcoming fall semester. But before you decide to take the […]

The expense of college goes beyond housing and tuition—even required course materials can be costly and add up quickly. In fact, the average college student will spend about $400 each semester on just textbooks. Because every little bit of savings can help tremendously throughout college, you’ll want to cut down on the cost of textbooks […]