Fourth of July is parades, fireworks, BBQ… and a new BooksRun coupon for your next buyback order!
To receive 8% extra on your buyback order, simply follow these 5 steps below… Continue reading “Happy 4th of July! 8% extra Coupon on Textbook Sellback”
Now it’s time to finally sell all the textbooks… make sure to get at least something positive out of them, like cash!
To receive 7% extra on your buyback order, Continue reading “It’s Finals Week! Sell your Books for Cash”
Get yourself a Margarita and celebrate with a new BooksRun coupon code! With 7% extra, BooksRun wishes you happy Cinco de Mayo!
Simply follow these 5 steps below: Continue reading “Happy Cinco de Mayo from BooksRun!”
The winter break is nigh! Finally, the time of the year when you can relax and do absolutely nothing is almost here. However, nothing is not the only thing you can do during the break, and some activities can be both useful and entertaining.
1. Read a book. You may not have enough time for reading books for pleasure during the semester, but now you’ve got a chance to remember that books can also be not about calculus. Continue reading “7 Things to do on a Winter Break + Christmas Coupon Code!”
You may know what subjects are the most popular among buybacks, but some particular books sell much better than all the other editions taken together. For example, many people take Anatomy & Physiology courses every year, but none of them would want to buy an old textbook from 1995. This list can help you make sure that you will definitely earn money on reselling textbooks and learn what ISBNs are guaranteed to bring you profit.
Check out the most frequently quoted textbook titles below:
Campbell Biology (10th Edition)
Sell ISBN-13: 9780321775658 (no access card)
Sell ISBN-13: 9780321775849 (Plus MasteringBiology eText Access Card Package included)
Authors: Jane B. Reece, Lisa A. Urry, Michael L. Cain, Steven A. Wasserman, Peter V. Minorsky, Robert B. Jackson
Category: Biology Continue reading “Top 5 Selling Textbook Buybacks in 2016”
Do you know that feeling when you’re reading the same line for ten times and not grasping the sense at all? Because I do. And I’m pretty sure that’s a very common problem for students who don’t know how in the world is it possible to learn many chapters in one night before the test (mind you, the “night” does not mean eight hours you should be sleeping).
Here are some tips that will help you. Nothing particularly mysterious or any terrible secrets passed down from generation to generation of people with straight A’s, just a small guide to improve your reading and studying habits.
First, find a nice location. It’s quite important to both sit comfortably (so that nothing would distract you) and feel collected – i.e. not lying on your back with a textbook threatening to slip out of your hands and land on your face. No judging, but I personally don’t find that studying position extremely efficient. Continue reading “Am I Reading a Textbook Efficiently?”
Buyback quotes of textbooks fluctuate a lot when comparing those during different seasons, months, and even a couple of weeks apart. If the supply is too high and used textbooks market is flooded by them in a matter of days, obviously, the prices will fall swiftly, and you won’t get too much. This guide is to help you find the best time to sell textbooks and beware of the worst.
- When the quotes are the best?
The highest demand for books usually tends to be right before the start of the academic year. Companies specializing in textbooks refill their stocks, and students are getting ready for the upcoming semester, so that means they will most likely be ready to buy books. The best season is summer, namely July and August, and to some extent winter, especially January. Continue reading “When are the best times to sell textbooks?”
If you are a student and happen to be concerned with a question of saving money (most likely you are), you sure have seen all these vague tips such as “control your spending”. Here, we can give you something more concrete to rely on.
- Share expenses with friends
Get a bunch of roommates and flatmates (make sure you get along with them first) and split the costs of rent, heating, and even food if you’re willing to share meals. Same goes for all the deals you can find where you can get more for less money—for example, cinema or Netflix account.
Paying the full price for all the textbooks cannot be good for your budget, and getting used books may be the way out. Of course, they might not look as good and fresh as new ones, but what’s the point of spending so much money if you’re going to use the book twice a semester for a short homework problem? BooksRun.com may help you with this. Continue reading “7 Real Money-Saving Tips for Students”
BooksRun.com recently had a flyer campaign near Brooklyn College!
The students who were lucky enough to receive such a flyer could sell their textbooks for 10% more. Don’t worry, if you missed that promotion, you can simply have your books quoted on the website, bring them to our store, and receive extra cash when selling them. We have great prices for online deals, but our local prices are even better!
BooksRun.com store is located in a very convenient place only six minutes away on foot from Flatbush Ave. – Brooklyn College subway station, so it’s easily accessible both by car and public transport. Feel free to visit our store in order to buy or rent college textbooks at affordable prices, or sell them back and get money! We are open Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
If you don’t live nearby, just check out our website and see that our prices are still the best! Surely better than most campus bookstores.
See the detailed map below:
Continue reading “BooksRun.com: unique offer for Brooklyn locals”