2/17/15

Rent Your Textbooks


Whether you are a full-time college student, part-time, or taking night classes one way to save some money is to rent your textbooks. This is something that I have become very familiar with because I just finished my Master's Degree. I have even started renting my textbooks because I can save so much money. Even though I just received my Master's Degree, I am not finished with college yet. Now it's time to get my Rank 1, so that I can get another pay raise at work.
One great website to rent textbooks from is Campus Books Rentals. You can save 40-90% off of normal bookstore prices, which can really add up! Shipping is free both when you rent the book and when you return the book. You can treat these rented books just like books you buy. You are able to write and highlight in them! You can make notes in the margins. Really, I treat the books I rent just like the textbooks I use to buy.
There are other perks to renting from Campus Books Rentals. One being that for each textbook that you rent a donation goes to Operation Smile. Another great thing is their RentBack program. Through this process you can actually make money by renting the textbooks you own! How fantastic is that?

Want to know how it works? Check out this video:



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10 comments:

  1. Great post and tips dear

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  2. wish i would have known this while i was in school! ha! great ideas! heartofchic@gmail.com

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  3. I didn't know such a thing existed!
    Rented books and you can write in the too?! Sounds good :)

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  4. Here in Italy is so different, unfortunately. I bought a book (new) and it costed about 30-35€. Then I checked on a website, specialized in rent used texbook, and I could sell it for 9€!! What a shame... I kept that book for souvenir... .-.

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  5. i wish they had this service when i was in school. books were EXPENSIVE!! and you could never sell them back for much, especially when they were using newer versions!

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