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Posted March 5, 2013
DO NOT RENT IF YOU NEED ACCESS CODE!!!
So I rented this textbook for school considering I only needed this class for one semester and thought I could save a few bucks along the way. Well I specifically rented the version with masteringa&p assuming an access code comes with it as anywhere else it does only to find out this is not the case. When I opened my package my books came (used mind you but I did not really care considering it is a rental) and no code to be found. There is a version of the book which is just the book itself but I needed more then that. So I called Barnes and Nobles help service only to find out that if you rent a book getting the access code is 50/50. They claim it is in the agreement terms but in all honesty who reads that? This is false advertisement and now I have to pay an additional $60 for the access code. At this point you are better off buying the book flat out as most people who do use it for two semesters and then can trade it in for a decent amount. Barnes and Nobles should fix this issue immediately.
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