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Resources for Used and Low-Cost Textbooks

Textbooks are expensive. Texbook prices have risen over 1000% in the last 40 years. It's no wonder that some students only buy textbooks for their major classes, or forego buying textbooks altogether. But why risk failing the class without having the textbook when there are other options that don't require you to break the bank? Although some professors and instructors have adopted affordable, high-quality open educational resources, not all of them do. To help you, we've compiled a list of websites to help you locate your textbooks at reduced prices.

Websites to compare new/used/rental textbook prices:

Websites that offer digital and new/used/rental textbook options:

Websites that have new/used/rental textbook options: