As one of the companies that pioneered selling textbooks online in 1998, CampusBooks.com has evolved into the premier Web site to buy college textbooks online. CampusBooks compares prices on millions of new and used college textbooks from thousands of sellers at dozens of stores. The days of site-hopping from one site to the next looking for deals on college textbooks are long gone. We find the best deal for you. Not only do we search all the top bookstores like Amazon and Barnes, but we also search online bookstores in Canada and the UK, and convert the currency for you, so you get the best pricing on college textbooks in 3 countries.
OK, so you know that CampusBooks.com finds the lowest prices on college textbooks on two continents. But did you also know that you can compare prices on multiple college textbooks at once? That's right. You can add all your textbooks to the CampusBooks BookBag, and get the lowest total price, including sales tax, shipping, and coupons, on new and used textbooks. We calculate your local state sales tax and standard or express shipping costs to give you the lowest total price on all your textbooks. It just doesn't get any easier than this!
As if that wasn't enough, CampusBooks also lets you sell used college textbooks directly to other students on the CampusBooks Marketplace for up to 200% more than buyback. If you need instant cash, you can also compare textbook buyback prices to sell used college textbooks directly to online bookstores. To get the most cash for your used college textbooks, most students prefer to sell used textbooks directly to other students. Think of it this way: with buyback, you are essentially selling your college textbooks at wholesale to a bookstore, who then marks up the price and resells it to another student. By selling used textbooks on the CampusBooks Marketplace, you are cutting out the middleman and getting more money for your by selling it at retail.
So when it comes to buying college textbooks online, CampusBooks.com is proud to find you the best prices on textbooks since 1998.