Approximately $60 USD
What's up with this?
Cost in US: $170.22 USD !
Not to be sold in USA or Canada? Why? Because people would freak out at the price discrepancy?
My University used This Text
It's an International Text, but Wholly in English
What's going on here?
What's going on with US Textbook Prices?
Korean Price: Approx $45 USD , Less Considering Exchange Rate
US Price for US Students: $185 (Amazon)
Suggested Retail: $224.95
All right. So for those in college, (it is September after all, people are going back-to-school everywhere), here is a post for you.
I was at a big bookstore today, and was surprised by the cost of textbooks. Well, surprised that these American texts, in American format, using nearly the same materials, binding, and everything else, simply cost half, or less than half, the cost American students have to pay.
Now why is this?
Why shouldn't American students have access to AMERICAN books at prices struggling families an afford?