Save Money by Renting Textbooks

When I was taking online courses I didn’t have to have real textbooks, most were online ebooks, however, I was always advised on ways to rent textbooks as a way to be able to study better for tests and such. Recently I heard about a site called CampusBookRentals.com that offers a text book alternative. Rent text books and save up to 90%!

I know when you are in college the last thing you or your parents want to do is go broke on both tuition prices and textbook prices. With CampusBookRentals.com you can be happy knowing that you are saving money, have the ability to highlight in the rented text books and last but not least CampusBookRentals.com has teamed up with a program called Operation Smile. A portion of the proceeds from every book rented goes to Operation Smile to help children smile!

When you rent a textbook from CampusBookRentals.com you can be assured that the books are US editions. College students may highlight or write in the textbooks just be sure to remember another person will rent this textbook so try to only highlight or write what’s necessary. There are no monthly fees, membership costs, etc to join and rent textbooks from CampusBookRentals.com either.

Overall this is a fantastic way to save money, give back to Operation Smile and get a good college education to boot! Check out CampusBookRentals.com for yourself today!

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  1. Renting textbooks is a great idea. I’ve also been able to “rent” some textbooks for free by posting on facebook and asking my friends if I could borrow a textbook for the semester. I usually offer money, but most people won’t accept that and just ask that you come pick it up and drop (or mail) it back to them. This is a huge moneysaver especially since some of my graduate school textbooks cost upwards of $150 each.

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