Be Head of The Class with These Online Spots for Cheap Textbooks View Share Tweet Pin 1 10 Rachel Cantrell Campus bookstores can pile up the costs while they pile up the textbooks. Try these online options instead. Collegiate Begin Slideshow Begin Rachel C. liked this. 10 Comments Sort by Most Recent Most Liked Most Replies Michelle P. 2 years, 7 months ago Ebay is my favorite app, to search for excellent items @ a fraction of the price at times Like This? None Reply Lana a. 2 years, 7 months ago Ebay is my favorite online website to buy anything I want. During all my college years I have a good amount of books on ebay. you've got to know the tricks to buy your books on ebay. also, the rest of the clothes/purses and anything for the most part is cheaper than in retail stores. Like This? None Reply Brenda D. m. 2 years, 9 months ago I sold anything from eBay, but I definitely bought many things from eBay. I prefer eBay over Amazon because thats more easy to use. Like This? None Reply Madison S. 3 years, 1 month ago I also majorly recommend searching at Bookbyte and AbeBooks too. It is always smart to shop around if you are looking for the best deals, so it is best to widen your horizons. Some sites will have better deals than others for specific books. Chegg never was a site that worked for me, but I do know works for many. Just do some research if you really want the best deals. Just make sure the website is legitimate :) Like This? None Reply Mia S. 3 years, 2 months ago I so needed this article right now, shared it! Please lets see more things around the hub that help college students save money and live fabulously. Like This? None Reply Oneida D. 3 years, 2 months ago I certainly agree! College is expensive, and any help on savings is greatly appreciated. Like This? Show more comments You May Also Like Finals, A Survival Guide: The All Nighter Back to School DIY: Washi Tape Dorm Decor: Wall Art 101 Dorm Room Essentials Back to School Dorm Decor: So Sixties Back to School Dorm Decor: Bohemian Bedroom for $200!