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    use booko.com.au they compare prices online between most of the sites suggested by Want2TTC. They also include shipping costs in the price comparison. BEST way to find cheap books. I often get them there much cheaper than people advertise them 2nd hand. Postage is usually only 2 weeks too.

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    I have just spent $700 on text books

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrAins View Post
    I have just spent $700 on text books
    I just love spending almost $1000 on 'required' textbooks that are rarely touched :/

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    Subbing.. Iv applied to study a Bach of nursing next year so If I get I will come back to this thread to checkout best sites for textbooks! I'm thinking of getting mostly ebooks tho as I have an iPad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2mj View Post
    Subbing.. Iv applied to study a Bach of nursing next year so If I get I will come back to this thread to checkout best sites for textbooks! I'm thinking of getting mostly ebooks tho as I have an iPad.
    Yep ebooks are cheaper.
    I just prefer the actual books IYKWIM? and The majority come with a downloadable ebook

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    Quote Originally Posted by Want2TTC View Post
    Yep ebooks are cheaper.
    I just prefer the actual books IYKWIM? and The majority come with a downloadable ebook
    Yeh I know what you mean by preferring the books.


 

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