Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Save Money On College Textbooks!!

A young person's years at college are often some of their most financially challenging years, between paying for tuition, the cost of living, and of course-the necessary textbooks. Did you know there are ways to save money during your college years though? One great way is to rent your textbooks, rather than buying a book that you will never look at again after your college graduation!


CampusBookRentals.com will save you money in so many ways! First of all, students will be paying up to 90% less to rent their textbooks, as opposed to buying them. That is a lot of money that you can spend on other needs! When you consider all the textbooks a college student uses over the course of their education, getting 40-90% off the cost of those books is amazing! I also like that CampusBookRentals allows students to highlight in the textbooks. I don't know about you, but when I'm reading an educational or informational book, I like to highlight the important parts and sections I want to remember. Oh, and if you're wondering about how much shipping costs will affect the money you save-the answer is not at all! CampusBookRentals offers free shipping both ways on textbook rentals!!


A new feature that CampusBookRentals is offering now, is their RentBack program. If you own a college textbook and would like to make some money on it to help with other costs, you can rent it out to other students through RentBack.com! You'll make 2-4 times more money by renting your books out, than you would if you simply sold them back to a bookstore. How great is that?! You can watch this short video to learn more about the RentBack program.



So, get started saving and earning money today! Visit CampusBookRentals.com or RentBack.com to learn more about how these programs work.

3 comments:

  1. We just rented some books for my son. It is a big savings and it is great when you mail the books back pre-paid. It is super that the books get used over and over also.
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  2. What a great idea! Money for college students is always tight, including for my nephew. I'll send this post to him!

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  3. Great concept. I can't believe how much textbooks are nowadays. The free shipping is really generous too.

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