I want to sell my books to Chegg.It's that time of year again. Exams are over — or are winding down — and graduation ceremonies are right around the corner. But before head out of town, don't forget to stack up this semester's textbooks and get some money back. Pros: Convenience. Chegg does offer an option to donate low or no-value books. And since the company rents or sells the books back, buyback standards are on the higher end: highlighting is OK, but much more wear than that, and you risk a rejection on the buyback.
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August edited September in Parents Forum. It's 2 weeks before classes and my campus bookstore has run out of used books. Since book rental prices are really cheap, I'm thinking about renting my textbooks from Chegg. Has anybody used this service before and had a bad experience with it? August edited September
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If your book has a sticker placed over the original barcode, please use only the ISBN found on the title page or copyright page. Stickers will, in most cases, have a different barcode with a different ISBN printed on them which indicates the book is an alternate edition which we don't accept disguised as the regular student edition. Bookbyte is happy to buy back textbooks you no longer need. In days we receive it, and you get paid via check or PayPal, your choice. And since you want the most cash for your textbook buyback, you want to sell ASAP. We know how much can change between semesters, so we offer you a protected quote on your textbooks. That way, you never get blindsided by a new edition being released after you decide to sell your textbooks.
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