Friday, July 12, 2013

Campus Book Rentals.com

I was compensated for this post.  Regardless all opinions are my own.


Today I have another back to school post.  This one is targeted towards all college bound students and ways to help them save money :). 

As we all know college gets expensive!  Between paying for your dorm, all the new supplies you need and your books it can really add up!  Wouldn't it be nice to have some relief.  To have a something anything that can make things a bit cheaper??
With CampusBookRentals.com you can save on textbooks!!  And when I say save I mean it, up to 40-90% off of bookstore prices and you also get free shipping both ways!

I know a lot of you are thinking you would prefer your own book so you can treat them however you wish.  No need to fear you can highlight in the textbooks without being penalized!  Treat the text book as if you owned it :).
This is just one of the amazing things about CampusBookRentals.com you also have flexible rental periods, 30 day risk free returns, no sign up fees or hidden cost, the books are the same ones you would find in your book store and did I mention all the money you will save :)!!

Their site is really easy to use you can search for your subject such as Math, Biology, and English or if you know the book you want you can also search by ISBN, author, and title.  After you find your book you pick your rental terms and decide how long you wish to rent the book you can even choose your own return date.

I know its great that you can save money, but the site also offers you a way to make money!!  Right now you can use RentBack.com
rents your books to others students.  You simply send RentBack.com your book, your books get rented, you get paid, your books get returned and rented out again and again and again!  As long as your book is in demand you can make an endless amount of money!

So far I have told you how this site helps you save money and how to make money.  Now I want to tell you why you can feel good using this company.
They are huge supporters of Operation Smile.  They donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented.
Operation Smile is an organization that performs life changing cleft lip surgeries on children whose families couldn't otherwise afford it.  These surgeries really improve the quality of those young lives.
So each time you rent from CampusBookrentals.com you can smile knowing that your business is helping to bring someone else a smile :).

College is quite awhile away for us, my oldest is only entering kindergarten,  but I know that when we are ready for that step I will be honored to use CampusBookRentals.com!!

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26 comments:

  1. I am a student so I definitely can use them. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I'll be passing this post along to all the kids heading off to school this fall. Sounds like such a great resource!

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  3. My husband went back to school last year and has used them! Its a great service and a whole lot cheaper than buying every book!

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  4. This sounds like a great idea to save money on school books - thanks!

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  5. This is awesome! Books can get so pricey!

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  6. Thanks for sharing this. Sounds great idea

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  7. I know several people who could really use this website :)

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  8. great idea! I wish it was around when I was in university!

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  9. I have looked into renting but I always buy my books, because you can get lucky at the end of the semester and sell the book for more than you paid! Maybe this is something that would be useful in the future though.

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  10. I really wish they had been around when I was in college! Such a great way to save!

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  11. I was just looking for books for my husband the other day...they are SO expensive!

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  12. We didn't figure out about things like this until our daughter was in her last year of college. Books are outrageously expensive and when you sell them back to the bookstore you only get like $25 to $30 but if you buy a used book they charge you like $150 for it. Our daughter would spend like $500 to $600 a quarter on books and that is just simply uncalled for. I know the last year she saved lots of money by getting books from places like this, I am not sure the exact name of the place but it was well worth it!

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  13. I wish this had been around when I was in college!

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  14. I wish I know about this when I was still in college. This would've been my great aid when it comes to books.

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  15. My daughter starts college next year so I will definitely be keeping this on my list so we can save some money. With tuition being the way it is we gotta try and save as much as we can. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. sounds like a great way to save money. Books can really be expensive

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  17. This is a great way to save money. :)

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  18. Just in time, Fall's about to start.

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  19. Great timing with back to school right around the corner. Thanks for sharing

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  20. I have just recently started rented textbook, and it is so much cheaper, I love it!

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  21. I have a daughter possibly going back to school. This is useful info. Thanks

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  22. This is such a great idea! Love that you can just rent and return and save money :) x

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  23. This is so great and could save my son lots of money. He has bought so many books for his online courses and it has cost him a fortune. I have to tell him about this

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  24. I love any idea that helps me save money, and this one for college is great!

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  25. I didn't know this site existed. I always have to spent at least 300.00 on books every semester.

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