what a joke. I buy a book for son's calc class for $150 in AUG, trade in price was close to $100. Last week down to $75, a few days ago down to $66...and today $37...gee thanks. So, when you buy the book at the start of the semester, you think you are getting a good deal at the current trade in price, but as the semester draws to a close, the value declines dramatically.
Is this the norm?
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