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Too risky to order on amazon. Btw MyMathLab code is the same as a MyStatLab code.
on June 5, 2013
Based on the amount of negative review on this site regarding the state of an access code, whether it was expired or the packaging had a problem. For me, I had a negative experience in ordering what should have been a New, unopened access code. My seller shipped me a code that had a box cutter incision to the front of the package, a perforated disc torn out of the back and a seal that was broken on the top (the side seal was intact). This made me very suspicious and I immediately returned the package. Others have reported that even with their access code in good shape, the code was expired. Because sellers on here are usually individuals who will not refund your purchase if you have any problems, I recommend ordering from a more reliable seller like WalMart, which actually carries MyMathLab/MyStatLab codes for a decent price (I got mine for $82, at some point in time the codes were much cheaper).
If you didn't know already MyMathLab codes are the same as MyStatLab codes. I wish Pearson made this and other things clearer or more customer friendly, but the confusion surrounding their access codes and Pearson's general stinginess seems to maximize confusion and maximize our mistakes so that we lose more money by buying garbage codes only to have to buy more garbage codes.