This holiday season, Bookbyte has partnered with the Center for Hope and Safety in Salem, Oregon to help improve the lives of women and children who have been victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Free college. The idea is whispered like an incantation in student government meetings and dorm rooms across the country. An education without crippling debt. Surely a pipe dream, but a beautiful one none the less, right?
Several states in the US have begun to offer free or heavily discounted Community College, though 4 year universities still charge tens of thousands of dollars per semester. If, oh glorious thought, a 4 year degree were to be offered free of charge, what would it do to textbook costs?
Learning how to ship books safely is as easy as remembering five steps. It’s alarming how frequently we receive books that are damaged during shipping, usually due to being poorly packed. You can’t control how your boxes are handled while in transit, but you can control how you protect your books to minimize the chance of damage. Save yourself the heartache of a damaged delivery with these five tips for shipping your books safely.
If you are an Oregon resident (or at least are a student in Oregon), we have great news for you. If you want to avoid shipping costs for your online textbook orders, you have two ways to do so. You can either order more than $49 in textbooks and receive free shipping (just like everybody else), or you can take a short trip to Bookbyte in Salem, Oregon. Our warehouse has over 30,000 textbooks in it just waiting for plucky students to walk in and buy them, tax and shipping free.
We’ve all been there, sitting in your first class of the semester only to hear your professor say “Due next class is paper on chapter two of the textbook.” The textbook you haven’t bought yet. So what’s a girl to do?
Your first panicked instinct might be to run to your campus bookstore and pay an extraordinarily high price for the book, if your textbook is in stock. If you’re strapped for cash or the bookstore doesn’t have a copy available, it’s time to panic. Or at least it would be, if you didn’t have access to this list of 5 ways to deal with a missing textbook.
According to OnCampus research, the average student sells back three books at the end of each semester. Most students sell back to one of three places: their campus bookstore, Amazon, or an online textbook marketplace like Bookbyte. The average student makes about 33 bucks back per book, according to the 2015 research. We’ve sifted through the data and we’re going to take you through the best strategy for getting the most cash back.
With the most frightening night of the year just around the corner, Bookbyte has a few recommendations to get you into the Halloween spirit. Here are four classic horror tales for your enjoyment. Continue reading “4 Horror Classics to Prepare you for Halloween”
‘Tis the season for spooky stories, pumpkin-flavored everything, and sitting in front of the glowing screen of your TV while you stream scary movies on Netflix. It’s also time to start planning your Halloween costume! Before you start venturing into the jungle of Spirit Halloween stores and the frightening “sexified” versions of your favorite childhood characters, why not take a trip down memory lane?
In the spirit of our Costumes of Halloween Past Contest, our Marketing team waxes nostalgic about some of our favorite Halloween costume photos (or the photos we could find in the tubs of our parent’s attics).