(WMC) – It's back to school season for college students and many of them get hit with sticker shock at the bookstore, with some text books now $300 apiece.
WMC Action News 5's sister station found some ways to lower those costs without buying a beat up used book.
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Andrew Douglas reminds students to look into renting before buying textbooks; they probably won't need it after the class ends.
Just make sure it is the latest edition; a 3-year-old edition could be very different and very frustrating to use.
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