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Rent College Texts or If you Own Them, Rent them Back!

by Pennie on November 25, 2013

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If you are just getting to the end of your first semester of college or you are in your last year, you know how expensive college texts are.  When you spend hundreds of dollars every semester on texts that you most likely will never refer to again, it feels like you might as well open your dorm window and just throw your cash out on the breeze.

Luckily there is an alternative that is even better than buying used texts, and that alternative is renting them.  When you rent your texts from CampusBookRentals.com you:

  • save 40-90% off of bookstore prices
  • get free shipping both ways
  • can highlight in the textbooks
  • get flexible renting periods
  • help others because they donate to Operation Smile with each textbook rented

And you never once have to pack those texts and move them up to a third floor apartment that has no elevator!  Here’s how it works:

 

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What do you do with those texts that you have already purchased that are sitting collecting dust?

RentBack.com is new initiative that allows students to rent the textbooks you already own – to other students… which is awesome because it makes you 2-4x more money compared to what you’d make through buyback options!  Isn’t that awesome?!

In case you haven’t heard of them yet, currently CampusBookRentals and RentBack have over a million customers on 5,871 campuses.  In 2012, it ranked #17 on the INC. 500 top companies list!

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1 Pauline Milner November 29, 2013 at 6:07 am

Thank you for introducing me to this service. We have 2 kids in University and have forwarded this information to them. They definitely should be able to save some money, which is great! Their books cost almost $4000 combined this year. Please keep up the terrific blogging.

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