Welcome to the new best place to buy and sell textbooks at Binghamton.
It's completely free, made by and for Binghamton students. You can buy and sell textbooks online with people in Binghamton, not Seattle, without giving the bookstore a cut. Click a textbook and start saving now.
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|Economics Of Public and Macro Issues Second Custom Edition||Roger Leroy Miller||ECON 162||$25||September 26|
|Reading the World Ideas That Matter Third Edition||Michael Austin||WRIT 110||$20||September 26||Has wet damage on the corner of the book but still readable.|
|Dragons and Tigers: A Geography of South,East and South East Asia, 3rd Edit||Wiley Custom||AAAS 259||$26||September 26||Minimal underlining.|
|Introduction to Macroeconomics Second Edition||Kenny Christianson||ECON 162||$25||September 26||BOOK HAS MINIMAL HIGHLIGHTING.|
|Easy Writer Sixth Edition||Andrea A. Lunsford||WRIT 111||$15||September 26|
|Single Variable Calculus (7th Edition)||James Stewart||MATH 224||$20||September 24||Used textbook in good condition|
|Molecular Model Kit||Klein||CHEM 231||$7||September 19|
|A Social History of American Technology 2nd Edition||Ruth Schwartz Cowan||HIST 238||$20||September 13||Used. In good condition. Some pages have highlight on them.|
|Political Sociology: Power and Participation in the Modern World 5th Editio||Anthony M. Orum And John G. Dale||SOC 111||$35||September 13||In great condition. Barely used|
|The Souls of Black Folk||W.E.B Du Bois||SOC 111||$5||September 13||Great condition, almost brand new|
|Physics 4th edition custom for Binghamton||Giancoli||PHYS 121||$120||September 13|
|Managerial Accounting||Garrison Noreen Brewer||ACCT 212||$45||September 13|
|Student Study Guide with Selected Solutions Vol 2||Giancoli||PHYS 122||$30||September 12|
|Student Study Guide with Selected Solutions Vol 1||Giancoli||PHYS 121||$25||September 12|
|PHYSICS (4th ed. custom for Binghamton)||Pearson||PHYS 121||$145||September 12|
|Motifs (6th ed.)||Kimberly Jansma/Margaret Ann Kassen (Cengage)||FREN 115||$55||September 12|
|Imaginez Français sans Frontières (3rd ed.)||Vista Higher Learning||FREN 211||$55||September 12||BOOK ONLY|
How much does it cost?
Bearcat Exchange is completely free. Seriously, it’s free.
I’m in a rush. How long will it take to get my textbook?
Sellers are independent so we can’t control how long they’ll take, but they want your money and you want their textbook.
Can I search for textbooks by course?
Yep, you can search by any part of listings via the search bar on the top of the screen.
How do I remove or edit my textbook?
Click the edit your listings tab. Once you're logged in you can click the "sold" checkbox to the left of the item you want to remove. The item will turn grey and will no longer be visible to anyone else. Alternatively, you could click on the item and edit any part of it. If you're on a shared computer make sure you logout once you finish.
How do I create an account?
You don't. Instead of storing a password we just send you an email with a confirmation link if you want to edit your items.
You asked for my name and email, but I don’t want them on the internet...
Your information is safe with us. When buyers contact you they can’t see your email address because their message is sent through our server. A buyer will only see your email if you reply to their message to arrange a time to meet. If something seems odd, don’t reply. Additionally, since the message goes through our server we filter spam before it’s ever even sent! Best of all, once you mark your textbook as sold, no one else will be able to contact you, unlike normal email which stays in the wild forever.
Will you send me unwanted messages?
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I found a glitch in the site. What should I do?
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How did you make this?
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