Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Rent Your College Textbooks and Save Money this Fall with Campus Book Rentals!

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Back to school is just around the corner! Are you or your children currently enrolled in college and starting classes this Fall or Winter semester? My husband is currently working towards his PhD in teaching and administration and it seems like books and tuition get more costly each semester - so why not save some money and rent your books?

Campus Book Rentals provides this easy-to-use service that will save my family on average 40-90% off bookstore prices! My husband is currently the principal of his middle and high school in addition to teaching foreign languages there. Teachers and administrators are required to continue their education so saving money where we can really helps.

Here's an example of the savings you can find at Campus Book Rentals:

List Price - $55.00

Amazon - $46.03
Campus Book Rentals - $39.39 for 130 day rental

You can also rent in different intervals depending on your class schedule - there are 55 and 85 days also available on this book for a lesser price.
Total Savings of $15.61 off List Price!

Some additional benefits to renting your books with Campus Book Rentals:
-Free shipping both ways -Save 40-90% off bookstore prices
-Can highlight in the textbooks
-Flexible renting periods
-A donation to Operation Smile with each textbook rented

I love when companies give back in the form of helping others like Campus Book Rentals does by working with Operation Smile! Operation Smile is an incredible organization that forever changes children’s lives through reconstructive cleft lip surgeries.

My husband and I are looking forward to the money we will be saving this coming Fall and Winter semesters on his textbooks! Don't forget that it's never to early to start shopping around for your textbooks!

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1 comment:

  1. I really wish that this was around when I was in college. I'm still paying my book loan and I graduated six years ago. Great idea for kids today!