Why Your iPad Is Almost Always The Cheapest Way To Get Your Textbooks

The cheapest model of the new iPad costs $499 plus tax. In order for it to be worth that investment – in terms of saving you money on textbook prices – you’ll need to be able to save $62.37 per semester by purchasing eTextbooks instead of the regular paper kind. If you’re able to purchase most of your books as eTextbooks, then it’s pretty likely that you’ll save more than enough over four years to cover the cost of the new iPad.

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