Kindergarten has Started: Who Cried Worse?
Now I honestly don't know if my son Aj cried more or less than me,…
Last night as Lee and I sat watching an episode of Parenthood together, the topic of college tuition came up. $60,000 a year was the price for this Ivy League school in the show, I watched as Lee’s jaw just about dropped to the floor, apparently somebody hasn’t been up to par with just how expensive college is today and how much more it will cost by the time our children are there. That is why I love sharing sites like CampusBookRentals with you all, because no matter how much college tuition costs, it’s so worth getting your child the best education possible. The easiest way to save some cash on college costs would be to rent books, why pay full price costs for books you may only need one semester??
There are so many reasons why you should rent your college books from CampusBookRentals such as saving 40-90% off book store prices, free shipping both ways, you are allowed to highlight in the rental books, and the fact that CampusBookRentals.com will donate to Operation Smile for every book rented. One thing that tears at my heart strings is a company that gives back and this is a company that donates to Operation Smile every time someone rents a book. There are flexible rental options too, making renting textbooks just as easy as purchasing them but without the fear that they will devalue once your course is over.
As a parent to three children I know that I will be seeking out programs like this one, where my children can rent their textbooks for college because I will need to save money every chance I get. It’s funny, I keep thinking once the children are 18 they will fend for their own self but reality is if they choose to attend a college, I will still be financially supporting them in some ways.
Another fun fact about CampusBookrRentals is there new Rent Back option, this is where students may rent textbooks that they have to other students through the Rent Back program. This is a great way to allow students to make 2-4 times more money than they would trying to resell their textbooks from prior semesters and courses. I think this is a great way to allow students to make extra cash flow during the hardships of being a college student, maybe this could pay for their next meal, who knows!
As you can see CampusBookRentals is really a money saver in so many ways, so I think that you should look into this website if you are a parent who has a child in college or is getting to the point of planning for college. Really dive deep in CampusBookRentals.com to check them out as a whole and if you use their services please come back here to leave me a comment with some feedback on how it went for you. I would love to hear about your experiences with CampusBookRentals.com.