ghiraheeheeheem:

Friendly reminder to all my fellow college students that bigwords.com is a wonderful site that can save you a ton of money on textbooks. 
Let me explain how this site works:
When you go to bigwords.com you input the ISBN numbers of the textbooks you are looking to get. BigWords then looks at tons of other sites where books are sold: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, textbook rental sites, used book sites, and comparing not only the prices of the books themselves but the cost of shipping as well.


And it’s smart too! One year it told me to get books from Barnes and Noble because it could tell that if I went over a certain dollar amount, shipping would be free, and therefore I would save the most. It has provided coupon codes for savings too. It’s incredible.
If you don’t like a certain site or you don’t want rentals you can tell it to ignore those textbook options. You can tell it to take buyback cost into consideration for the best end value. It lets you customize according to what you need.


The cool thing about it is that it’s only a search engine. It does all the calculations for you and they don’t have anything to gain from giving you higher prices because they aren’t the ones selling the books. BigWords is just a search engine and an incredible resource for getting your textbooks at the best price. Once you finalize your cart, it links you straight to the inexpensive copy of the books you need.


It will walk you right through everything and it is 100% free to use. For all those of you in college struggling to pay for your textbooks, happy savings!

ghiraheeheeheem:

Friendly reminder to all my fellow college students that bigwords.com is a wonderful site that can save you a ton of money on textbooks. 

Let me explain how this site works:

When you go to bigwords.com you input the ISBN numbers of the textbooks you are looking to get. BigWords then looks at tons of other sites where books are sold: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, textbook rental sites, used book sites, and comparing not only the prices of the books themselves but the cost of shipping as well.

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And it’s smart too! One year it told me to get books from Barnes and Noble because it could tell that if I went over a certain dollar amount, shipping would be free, and therefore I would save the most. It has provided coupon codes for savings too. It’s incredible.

If you don’t like a certain site or you don’t want rentals you can tell it to ignore those textbook options. You can tell it to take buyback cost into consideration for the best end value. It lets you customize according to what you need.

image

The cool thing about it is that it’s only a search engine. It does all the calculations for you and they don’t have anything to gain from giving you higher prices because they aren’t the ones selling the books. BigWords is just a search engine and an incredible resource for getting your textbooks at the best price. Once you finalize your cart, it links you straight to the inexpensive copy of the books you need.

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It will walk you right through everything and it is 100% free to use. For all those of you in college struggling to pay for your textbooks, happy savings!

sales-aholic:

Here’s this Fall 2014 semester edition of how to save on textbooks! Here’s a list of promo codes and deals going on. Plus, don’t forget to sell your old textbooks as well. Hope this helps all my fellow college students out there :)
Amazon: 
Sign up for an Amazon Student account for FREE when you use your college email address. With this account, you’ll get 6 months of FREE Two-Day Shipping :D Be sure to cancel after your free trial ends.
Trade in your textbooks for Amazon gift cards.
Trade in your calculators, laptops, & other electronics for gift cards. 
Sell your textbooks yourself at the Marketplace.
Bigger Books:
Daily Deals Coupons found here. There’s a new one every day.
$5 OFF $75+. Use code: SocialLove (Ends 10/1/14)
$5 OFF $100 + Free Shipping. Use code: BIGGER100 (Ends 12/31/14)
Book Byte:  
5% OFF Rentals or Extra 5% Buyback Bonus when you sell your textbooks. Use code: bookbyte5 (Ends 9/15/14)
Bookrenter: 
5% OFF Rentals + free shipping. Use code: BKRPKGAUG (Ends 9/30/14)
Campus Book Rentals:
Refer Friends to Earn FREE Textbooks!
7% OFF + Free Shipping. Use code: bluenachos (Ends 12/31/14)
FREE Shipping on All Purchases & When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.
Course Smart:
FREE Trial of an eTextbook.
eCampus:
Extra $2 on when you sell your textbooks worth $15+. Use code: PLUS2 (Ends 11/10/14)
$3 OFF $60. Use code: ECAMPUS3 (Ends 12/31/14)
$5 OFF $100 + free shipping. Use code: ECAMPUS5 (Ends 12/31/14)
$10 OFF $150 + free shipping. Use code: 10OFF150 
FREE Shipping on Orders Over $59.
FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.
Sell Back Books:
FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.
Textbooks:
Free Shipping on Orders $25+.
FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.
For more:  Deals  ♥  Freebies  ♥  Sweepstakes ♥

sales-aholic:

Here’s this Fall 2014 semester edition of how to save on textbooks! Here’s a list of promo codes and deals going on. Plus, don’t forget to sell your old textbooks as well. Hope this helps all my fellow college students out there :)

Amazon

Bigger Books:

  • Daily Deals Coupons found here. There’s a new one every day.
  • $5 OFF $75+. Use code: SocialLove (Ends 10/1/14)
  • $5 OFF $100 + Free Shipping. Use code: BIGGER100 (Ends 12/31/14)

Book Byte:  

  • 5% OFF Rentals or Extra 5% Buyback Bonus when you sell your textbooks. Use code: bookbyte5 (Ends 9/15/14)

Bookrenter

  • 5% OFF Rentals + free shipping. Use code: BKRPKGAUG (Ends 9/30/14)

Campus Book Rentals:

Course Smart:

eCampus:

  • Extra $2 on when you sell your textbooks worth $15+. Use code: PLUS2 (Ends 11/10/14)
  • $3 OFF $60. Use code: ECAMPUS3 (Ends 12/31/14)
  • $5 OFF $100 + free shipping. Use code: ECAMPUS5 (Ends 12/31/14)
  • $10 OFF $150 + free shipping. Use code: 10OFF150 
  • FREE Shipping on Orders Over $59.
  • FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.

Sell Back Books:

  • FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.

Textbooks:

  • Free Shipping on Orders $25+.
  • FREE Shipping When You Sell Your Old Textbooks.
For more:  DealsFreebiesSweepstakes

deebott:

nikolasdraperivey:

CINEMATIC MILES MORALES COSPLAY

Yo! My name is Nikolas A. Draper-Ivey…This is cosplay as Cinematic Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider Man. This suit was made by 
Jesse Covington ( Writer and Costume Designer) and sewn by Sasha Williams ( Fashion Major graduate). Photos were taken by Pierre BL Brevard I specifically would like to thank Marvel Comics Artist Sara Pichelli for designing this character. I’m also very excited to see Olivier Coipel's work on Spider-Verse!

(Full shoot will be shot in New York itself just in time for NYCC)

I love you marry me

tyranitart:

look at this lil bruh-bruh. he fresh out the egg and already on the prowl fuckin wreckin a dumb human. meanwhile human babies just cry and shit themselves and have to be fed by a bigger, still frail human. damn we weak

tyranitart:

look at this lil bruh-bruh. he fresh out the egg and already on the prowl fuckin wreckin a dumb human. meanwhile human babies just cry and shit themselves and have to be fed by a bigger, still frail human. damn we weak

(Source: reptilianbitch, via vincecarters)

ultrafacts:

yon-ce:

ultrafacts:

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how did the cat bring the owner back to consciousness

According to the article: The owner slipped into a diabetic seizure in her sleep and Pudding nudged her awake until she could call out to her son. When he didn’t hear her calls, Pudding went into his room and pounced on him until he awoke and called for medical assistance.

ultrafacts:

yon-ce:

ultrafacts:

Source (Want more facts? Click HERE to follow)

how did the cat bring the owner back to consciousness

According to the article: The owner slipped into a diabetic seizure in her sleep and Pudding nudged her awake until she could call out to her son. When he didn’t hear her calls, Pudding went into his room and pounced on him until he awoke and called for medical assistance.

collegehumor:

College is a time filled with decisions. What to major in, whether or not to join a frat and, most importantly, how to arrange the beds in your dorm room. Once you unpack all your stuff it’s really annoying to move them again. Here are the pros and cons for the seven most common dorm-bed configurations.

Finish reading —> The Anatomy of a Dorm Room