We just provide new powerful tools to make it easier than ever for students to find the best deals available.
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2009
With textbook costs up an average of 6 percent, students need to take advantage of every opportunity to save money.
The reputable and established website GetTextbooks.com has added an innovative new iBundle feature, allowing students to find the best prices for all of their semester's books at one time.
The new iBundle gives students more options to find the most competitive prices on all their books quickly and efficiently.
GetTextbooks.com was founded in 2003 by a resourceful college student who was tired of paying full price at the campus bookstore. Now, six years later, students can compare millions of new and used textbook prices from hundreds of stores and tens of thousands of sellers from one place. Money-saving alternatives like international editions, annotated editions, review copies, textbook rentals and even digital textbooks are also available.
Students typically do not have much time to shop around for their textbooks, which leads to often paying more than necessary. With so many possible discounts and options available, it is more important than ever to use a price comparison tool such as GetTexbooks.com, which not only includes tax and shipping, but even calculates coupon discounts for you.
While there are other websites to compare textbook prices, none work quite as well or as accurately as GetTextbooks.com, where you can choose between different iBundle options while buying from multiple stores. Even better, it allows the student to make an informed decision by comparing book condition, new versus used or owning versus renting.
"We leave the choice up to the student," said site founder Jeremy Jung. "We just provide new powerful tools to make it easier than ever for students to find the best deals available."
Francisco Siller, a Central Texas College sophomore, said that he was able to buy all of his fall semester books from GetTextbooks.com while saving hundreds of dollars. When shopping on other sites for books, he found that his textbooks would cost around $400.
"On GetTextbooks.com, I spent only $91, plus shipping was only $3, and I had my books in about a week," Siller said. "It was simple to search and find books for the lowest prices."
For more information, visit GetTextbooks.