I actually got back $50 for a book of a mine that cost $70. On the other hand, I only got $17 for a $55 book.
I think is mostly has to do with what classes are in demand. Classes with online textbooks sometimes don't have enough hardback books for students. You tend to get back more in my experience.
Originally Posted by Pesky Persian
****ing. Amazing. Racket. It's kinda ****ed up that you get charged $250 for a book you BARELY USE except for some stupid code for an online pseudo-class, where all the work is, then you can't sell it back, even though it would cost them like $0.000001 to add a new code, or just let you get another code (which also should be cheap). I mean, goddamn, tuition is bad enough.
I have to pay more to take my history exam. Granted, it's not much, but still. It's REALLY shitty.