This code saved me $42.01
Vs going through my school or Wiley directly.
Well worth the purchase.
I got access to assignment and I can't see where is the ebook or reading materials
As I got the code and entered it to the website it said the code was used and somebody else has used it before.
So my course required WileyPlus for assignents. I didn't want to pay the full price, which included the online textbook, when I already had a copy of the textbook I acquired by other means... ;)
The code worked and there was always a refund policy if it didn't or if the wrong one was bought. Saved a few bucks with JoshyExpress!
This is how wileyplus gets money from those looking for cheaper rates elsewhere
It was awesome to find ways to save but you MUST really careful to read all the directions before purchasing. Make sure you are purchasing the right type of Wiley product because the code i bought was for a different program. Although i was able to obtain a new code from Wiley with the same price, you just want to always make sure.
The process was very simple and the code was sent to me within couple of minutes.
Also if you have any questions, the response was also quick and it answered all my questions.
Thanks so much!!! Saved a broke college student some money :)
Saved about 80 dollars thanks to the access code and it was sent to me within 10 minutes of my purchase super happy with the service team
Access code never worked. I tryied to get hold of joshyexpress through a chat because they don’t have a phone number. I just want to see if I can get a refund of $115 on what I spent on the access code that never worked
It’s seems too good to be true, but for a change, it really is. I bought access to my Organic Chemistry book and homework (3rd Ed. Klein), which was offered from Wiley directly for about ~$140 or so. It took about an hour to an hour and a half to get the email with my code in it, but it did come and it did work.
I used this code for my legacy course and it worked. I got the code within a day after purchasing. Thanks, and screw those "education" companies!