I can’t believe I have a daughter entering kindergarten this year. We’ve been preparing for the school year to start by shopping for new clothes, shoes, school supplies, and a back pack. All of that shopping is really starting to add up, but I’m going to enjoy these elementary school years because I know it is only going to get more expensive as she gets older. I don’t even want to think about college. The cost of books alone is enough to put ya in the poor house. Trust me, I remember. It was only a few years ago I was attending Kent State University. I wish I had known about Campus Book Rentals then.
By renting your text books at Campus Book Rentals you can save 40-90% off bookstore prices. There are no shipping costs to worry about. You can even highlight in the text books. Plus the rental periods are very flexible and if you decide you want to keep your book at the end of the semester all you have to do is pay the difference and the book is all yours. If you change your mind on a book – perhaps you decided to drop a class – you have 21 days to return them for a full refund. And one more thing that I absolutely love about Campus Book Rentals is that they donate to Operation Smile with each text book rented.
Now what about those text books sitting in your closet or shoved under your bed? Those books that you probably over paid for and are just collecting dust now. I suggest shaking the dust off and checking out the Campus Book Rentals new program – RentBack. Through this program students rent the textbooks they own – to other students. What makes this so much better than a typical buyback program is that it allows you to make 2-4x more money. Each time your book gets rented you get paid. Which means you could get paid again and again and again and again and again… get the picture?
If you or anyone you know will be purchasing college text books this year be sure to tell them about Campus Book Rentals because who doesn’t want to save 40-90%? And don’t forget about that RentBack program because making money over and over and over again has never been easier.