This week is the last call for anyone who wants to participate in our 2012 DirectTextbook.com scholarship essay contest. Grand prize is $2500 and runner up is $1000.

Find all the details and application here:

http://www.directtextbook.com/scholarship.php

We look forward to reading your entry!



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Jose M. won $100 in our July 3rd Facebook drawing, congratulations!

You can enter to win your own $100 prize by posting the amount of savings you got using www.DirectTextbook.com our Facebook page here:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Direct-Te ... 3218665068

Best of luck!

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DirectTextbook.com got a new look and feel over the weekend with an updated site design. You will still find all your favorite tools and features on the site, just with a little different look.

If you have thoughts or concerns about the new design, please send us an email at service@directtextbook.com. We like the new look and hope you will too!



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Congratulations to Michelle S., this week's winner in our $100 Facebook drawing. She won $100 and you could too! All you need to do is post the amount of your savings using DirectTextbook.com on our Facebook wall, and you are entered to win. Good luck!

DirectTextbook.com Facebook Page



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A few weeks ago we posted about our experience selling used textbooks back to online stores. Below is an update to that post, showing which stores we actually used, and what our experience was when selling our books to these stores.

Amazon.com (trade in): 9 books total sold, 4 were returned for not being in acceptable condition. They paid quickly and often offered the highest price, but payment was in the form of Amazon.com credit that was only good for select items. Offered good customer service. Existing amazon accounts can be used to complete the process.

BetterWorldBooks.com: Sold 8 books, 1 was not in acceptable condition and was not returned, per their policy. Prices were close to other stores, within about 3 dollars. Registration and checkout process was... more »
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