With school back in session and the economy still in its rut, most students are sharing a similar concern. How on earth are they going to be able to afford those pricey textbooks? From living in closets to subsisting on ramen noodles, folks are desperate to lessen the pain of textbook buying. Luckily, they have an ally in the fight. Have you been to Book.ly?
Book.ly tags itself as “The Better Way to Buy Textbooks”. They are certainly onto something hot and useful. Using Book.ly, students can buy, rent, and even sell textbooks without the painful markup of college bookstores. In fact, the site currenty estimates that its users are saving about 60% on their book purchases! That adds up to a VERY healthy savings when you consider how many books the average student purchases in just one school year!
Using Book.ly can hardly be easier. You simply go to the site and search for either the book title or your school. In it’s databanks, Book.ly has up-to-date syllabus information from over 1,500 colleges and universities! Students can actually buy their books before they even have their syllabi in hand. At the end of the semester, students can then use Book.ly to sell their books back for top dollar. Talk about a total solution!
Book.ly is barely a year old, but has already attracted a huge fan base. You can look at the main page to see just how much the students at particular colleges and universities have saved. The leader board is impressive! Best of all . . . it is not just for students. Anyone can use Book.ly and reap its rewards.