A quick note to let you know we've just posted some really good coupons and deals to help you save money on upcoming book purchases.
When you search for a book on DirectTextbook.com, we show you prices and available coupons from over 200 bookstores. See an example here:
We also keep a regularly updated list of all bookstore coupons here:
Below are some examples of popular coupons:
* 14% off anything on Half.com (min order $50, max discount $40, limited time offer)
* Free 2-day shipping on eligible orders from Amazon.com and Amazon Marketplace
* 5% off book rentals at BookRenter.com
If you have any questions regarding buying books online or locating coupon codes on the... more »
Aug 2, 2011 Comments
You can now rent or purchase some popular textbook titles for Amazon's Kindle.
If a Kindle version of a book or textbook is available for rent or sale we display a message in our search results. We cannot display the rental price or for sale price, you will need to click through to Amazon to find it.
We did a quick check of some popular textbook titles available on Kindle and found that the Kindle version is often more expensive than ebook options from Coursesmart or Barnes and Noble. Of course this could change over time.
We now search over 10 bookstores for ebook options! For most books if an ebook option is available we will show the ebook option if you search for the paperback or hardcover ISBN. You can also use our ebook specific search to narrow your results to only ebooks.
Barnes and Noble
B... more »
Jul 25, 2011 Comments
While buying textbooks online can save you a great deal it can be difficult to determine which book will meet your needs. If you look at the listing for this popular textbook College Algebra in Context you will see in the left hand column where it says "Displaying" that we show 7 different formats for the book (new, used, rental, ebook, international, instructors, and solution). To help you sort through all these formats we added filters. Below is a rundown on what they mean and how to use them.
New - Brand new, never been used book. Usually the highest priced type of book. Should contain all supplemental materials like CD ROMs and access codes.
Used - Will have cover creasing, some highlighting and page marking (depending on condition). Be sure to check the listing description before buying a used book. Some used books are in great condition and some are ... more »
Jul 21, 2011 Comments