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SOURCE: Tiger Bookstore
The Memphis textbook seller will offer cash to students for their textbooks from the Fall 2012 semester.
Memphis, Tenn. (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Tiger Bookstore, a full-service and off-campus University of Memphis bookstore, has started accepting textbook buybacks for the fall 2012 semester.
Offering competitive prices and friendly service, Tiger Bookstore is the premier location for selling your textbooks this semester. If you want the most cash for your books, Tiger Bookstore is your number one destination.
Students are encouraged to bring in textbooks as soon as they are finished with exams. University of Memphis final exams for the fall semester begin on Friday, December 7 and end on Thursday, December 13. Students that rented books for the fall semester from Tiger Bookstore should return them by December 17 to avoid late fees.
During buybacks, students will also be able to purchase or rent books for the upcoming spring semester. Those who opt to rent their textbooks with Tiger Bookstore can save up to 80% off the cost of a new or used copy.
Students that are not sure which books they need to purchase can bring in their class list for the spring. Tiger Bookstore’s staff will assist them in locating all the materials they will need to be successful next semester. To ensure students are getting the best deal, Tiger Bookstore will match local competitors’ prices on textbooks
If you are shopping for Tigers gear for the holiday season, Tiger Bookstore offers the widest selection and best deals in the area. Shoppers can find a variety U of M gifts for friends or any member of the family. For customers who wish to shop online, Tigerbookstore.com is offering free economy shipping until December 31st.
About Tiger Bookstore:
Since 1964, Tiger Bookstore has served the Memphis university community as the area’s premier supplier of textbooks, U of M apparel, gifts and more. Still locally owned and family operated, Tiger Bookstore has grown into a full-service bookstore and one-stop-shop for all things Tigers.
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