Tuesday, November 13, 2012

CampusBookRentals.com :: Don't Buy Your College Textbooks...Rent Them!



Oh college, how I remember thee...late night study sessions and too many expensive textbooks! I'm back with CampusBookRentals.com to remind you of their awesome textbook rental service. Maybe some of you enjoy spending a fortune on textbooks you will probably never open again once your degree is in hand, but me? No stinkin' way! If I had the option of renting my textbooks back when I was in college, I would have saved so much money!

-Save up to 90% off of bookstore prices
-Free shipping both ways
-Can highlight in the textbooks
-Flexible renting periods & rental extensions
-Live Customer Support 
-Trusted source since 2007
-Price Match Guarantee
-Largest selection in the nation
-Drop your class? 30-day window for full returns


CampusBookRentals.com is a tried and true textbook rental service and has maintained their great reputation since the beginning. Here's a great example of savings from renting from CampusBookRentals.com as opposed to buying. The book The Sciences : An Integrated Approach is just $16.86 if rented now through the end of the current semester with a due date of 12/21. Or, if rented now through 6/30 of next year for the spring semester? Just $34.01. This SAME textbook is on Amazon right now for $104.68. What would you rather pay? I think the difference is clear!

They're also making a difference in the world through their partnership with Operation Smile. With each textbook rented from CampusBookRentals.com, a portion of the proceeds goes to this wonderful organization which translates to over 1,000 life saving cleft lip surgeries this year to children in need! That's just amazing and will truly take the financial burden off struggling families who would not have otherwise been able to pay for such a life-changing surgery. 

 
Disclosure: I received monetary compensation in return for posting this information and learning about CampusBookRentals.com through their website. Still, I only post information that is honest, and I feel will interest my readers. These are my completely honest opinions above based on my own experience and may be different from yours.

2 comments:

BethElderton said...

This would have been a good thing to know when my was doing his undergrad! Books are one of the most expensive parts of school these days.

Sarah @ made in usa challenge said...

I wish this had been around when I was in college. I bought all used books and it was still hundreds and hundreds of dollars and financial aid did not cover it. Glad to hear this is available to students today!